I am pursuing my doctoral studies in Computer Science at the University of Helsinki. I am advised by Michael Mathioudakis. My research focuses on developing theory and methods for low-dimensional representations of graphs, specifically node embeddings, along with their applications to computational social science.
In the past, I’ve spent time at UPF Barcelona, IIIT Delhi, MPI-SWS, IIT Gandhinagar, and TIFR Mumbai. I’m fortunate to have obtained my undergraduate and graduate degrees (majoring in Computer Science with a specialization in Humanities) at International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad.
M.S. in Computational Humanities, 2017
B.Tech. in Computer Science, 2015
November 2022 - I'm grateful to be awarded the Nokia PhD Fellowship!
October 2022 - Our paper on “Graph Summarization via Node Grouping: A Spectral Algorithm” has been accepted for publication at WSDM 2023!
October 2022 - Our paper on “Robustness of Sketched Linear Classifiers to Adversarial Attacks” has been accepted for publication at CIKM 2022!
September 2022 - Our paper on “Succinct Graph Representations as Distance Oracles: An Experimental Evaluation” has been accepted for publication at VLDB 2022!