I am a third-year Doctoral candidate in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of North Texas. My dissertation titled, "Sensors for IoT Applications" is directed by Dr. Saraju P. Mohanty in NanoSystem Design 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.