I am pursuing my doctoral studies in Computer Science at the University of Helsinki. I am advised by Michael Mathioudakis. My research focuses on high-dimensional network analysis and robust machine learning with applications to computational social science.
In the past, I’ve spent time at 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
January 2019 - Our short paper on “Signals Matter: Understanding Popularity and Impact of Users on StackOverflow” has been accepted for publication at WebConf (formerly WWW) 2019!
October 2018 - “Iterative Machine Teaching” has been accepted for oral presentation to AAAI-19!
February 2018 - Our paper on “Fake News Detection in Social Networks via Crowd Signals” has been accepted for oral presentation at the Alternate Track on Journalism, Misinformation, and Fact-checking at WebConf (formerly WWW) 2018!