I am a first-year PhD student in Computer Science at Rutgers University. I am fortunate to be advised by Prof. Jie Gao and be a part of the Theory group.

My research interests lie (very) broadly in the fields of algorithms and learning theory. My current research involves topics in differential privacy.

Before joining Rutgers, I completed my Master’s in CS at NYU Tandon School of Engineering during which I was incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to work with Prof. Christopher Musco. I obtained my Bachelor’s in Computer Engineering from PICT, Pune after which I worked for at HSBC, Pune as a software engineer.

Apart from work, I enjoy video games and traveling. I also have a new found fondness for hiking.

Research

Author names appear in alphabetical ordering. Exceptions are marked with *.

Preprints

Conference and Workshop Papers

Teaching

Rutgers CS 501 Mathematical Foundations of Data Science (Teaching assistant)
NYU CS-UY 4563 Introduction to machine learning (Teaching assistant)