Hemank Lamba,
PhD Student, Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

I am currently a PhD student in School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. 
I am fortunate to be advised by Leman AkogluChristos Faloutsos and Jürgen Pfeffer.
My research interests include Data Mining, Anomaly Detection, and Social Media Analysis.
My research has been funded by CMU Presidential Fellowship and SNAP Fellowship.

I have been involved with various Data Science for Social Good programs (UChicago, IBM). 
I interned with research teams at Google, IBM and Snapchat.

Previously, I was a Software Engineer (Research) at IBM Research Labs in New Delhi. I was working in the analytics domain in the Telecom and Mobile Research Group.
I completed my BTech (Hons) in Computer Science from IIIT-Delhi. I stood 2nd overall in the entire institute.
I am a regular member of the PreCog research group @ IIIT-Delhi. Owe a lot of the skills I have obtained in research and development to them. They are a bunch of cool people doing amazing work to say the least.

I did my undergraduate internship under Dr. Peter Andras at Newcastle University in Complex Systems group in 2011.
I was also an Extreme Blue intern working with Dr. Ramasuri Narayanam and Dr. Amit Nanavati in IBM Research, India in 2012.

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