I am a PhD candidate at North Carolina State University, working at the Vision, Information, and Statistical Signal Theories and Applications Lab (VISSTA Lab), under the guidance of Dr. Hamid Krim, and Dr. Tianfu Wu.
My current research focuses on feature extraction and classification of targets using sensors like radars and telescopic imaging, and decision level fusion of sensor reports. I am also interested in developing algorithms that safeguard performance of sensor networks when some sensors in the network are highly noisy, or damaged.
I was born and brought up in Gujarat, India. I did my Undergraduate studies in Electronics and Communication from Nirma University. In August 2015, I moved to Raleigh for Graduate studies at the North Carolina State University, and joined Dr. Hamid Krim's group in August 2016.