I am a Research Engineer at the Netherlands eScience Institute. My research interests span Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Natural Language Processing and the intersection of these domains. My current research focusses on using machine learning to study sleep fragmentation. My PhD dissertation focussed on studying the feasibility of using a person’s linguistic style as a biometric modality. I also have over five years of industrial experience applying computer vision for machine vision and automotive applications.
PhD in Computer Engineering, 2018
University of Florida
MS in Electrical Engineering, 2011
BTech in Instrumentation, 2005
Madras Institute of Technology