I am a third-year Doctoral candidate in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of North Texas. My dissertation titled, "Application-Specific Things Architectures for IoT based Smart Healthcare " is directed by Dr. Saraju P. Mohanty in Smart Electronic System Laboratory (previously Nano System Deisgn Laboratory). My research involves system level design of sensors for application-specific smart healthcare solutions. Currently, I am employed as a Teaching Assistant in CSCE Department, UNT.
I am a motivator and I strongly believe that everyone is unique and talented. In today’s digital world, with an enormous amount of resources available to us, I believe that all it takes to be successful is a “Can-do” attitude. I love to create a positive atmosphere around me by inspiring and encouraging everyone. I am a trained Bharthanatyam dancer and have a great passion for cooking. In my spare time, I also enjoy free style dancing and photography.
- Architectures for consumer electronic systems in smart cities.
- Embedded systems for IoT applications
- Mixed signal IC Design
- RTL Design and its verification using UVM.
- Low power VLSI design
- Physical Design
- Machine learning
"Look at the Sky. We are not alone. The whole Universe is friendly to us and conspires only to give the best to those who dream and work" ~ Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam.