About me

I am a Senior Research Scientist at Zippin working towards developing Machine Learning and Computer Vision solutions for check-out free physical stores. At Zippin-powered stores, shoppers are able to walk in the store, pick up what they want, and then leave. I’ve worked towards improving existing and developing new solutions for detection, tracking, calibration, SLAM, activity recognition, sensor fusion, self-supervised learning, and semantic understanding.

I received my Ph.D. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering at New York University School of Engineering, advised by Prof. Farshad Khorrami. During my Ph.D, I worked towards developing robust fusion and risk-aware algorithms for cyber-physical systems, working on simultaneous localization and mapping systems, and cyber-physical systems security. My research also attempted to find shortcomings in learning-based systems for perception and control of cyber-physical systems (CPS) and develop algorithms to overcome the same.

My objective is to work and grow in an environment that enhances my skills as an engineer and embraces my ability to innovate.