I am presently a North Carolina State University graduate student, and will graduate in Spring of 2019 with a Ph.D. in Computer Science. For my dissertation, under the supervision of Dr. Christopher G. Healey, I am researching a novel technique for generating and visualizing narratives—evolving as well as complete, linear as well as non-linear, and single as well as multiple timelines. Further details about my dissertation can be found on my Research page. 

Before beginning the educational journey to a Ph.D. in Computer Science, I received a M.S. in Computer Science from Old Dominion University, VA and a B.E. in Computer Science from PES Institute of Technology (now PES University), Bangalore, India. 

While studying computer science, I have also enjoyed teaching it. I have taught courses in C and Software Tools (CSC 230) and Introduction to Computer Graphics (CSC 461) at NCSU. Prior to that I have taught a special topics course on Muti-threaded Programming in C# at PESIT.