I am a post-doc at Machine Learning Department, Carnegie Mellon University working with Rayid Ghani and Kit Rodolfa at the intersection of machine learning and public policy.
Previously, I was a PhD student in School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. I was fortunate to be advised by Christos Faloutsos and Jürgen Pfeffer. My research was funded by CMU Presidential Fellowship and SNAP Fellowship.
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.
Our work with Voter Proection Corps on identifying key counties which may face a shortage of poll-workes featured in multiple publishing houses [WESA, Fulcrum, CMU-Internal, Boston Herald, NewsBreak, TampaDispatch, KutAustin].
Paper on measuring information diffusion in open-source communities accepted at ESEC/FSE. See you online.
Invited to be a mentor at SBP Doctoral Consortium, and Ph.D. Clinic.
Selected as Young Researcher for Heidelberg Laureate Forum, 2020. See you virtually and next year, in person
Selected Awards & Honors
Best Research Paper, SIAM SDM 2019
Heidelberg Laureate Forum Young Researcher - 2020.
Snap Fellowship, 2018
Carnegie Mellon Presidential Fellowship, 2016
Best Student Research Paper, ASONAM 2015
SBP Data Challenge Award, 2014
Best Poster Award, SPS 2014
Best Paper Award, PSOSM workshop, co-located at WWW 2013.
Travel Grants - KDD, SDM, ICWSM, WebConf