I am currently a PhD student in Computer Science at Northeastern University, advised by Prof. Robert Platt Jr., and Prof. Ennio Mingolla. I am a member of the Helping Hands Lab.

My main interest is in the field of Motion Prediction. In particular, I am interested in applying computer vision and deep learning to the problem of predicting motion.

Previously, I was a visiting research scholar at The Battelle Center for Mathematical Medicine, The Ohio State University College of Medicine.

I am also one of the early inventors of the technique to store Data into DNA.

More about me can be found here. A copy of my CV can be accessed here, and resume here.

Research Interests

Motion Prediction, Neuroscience, Perception, and Deep Learning.

My previous work has been on Data Compression, Complex Networks, Protein Structure Modeling, Data Security, and Big Data Analytics.