I am currently a final year Masters student in Computer Science at Georgia Institute of Technology, specializing in Human Computer Interaction. I have been a part of the Contextual Computing Group under Dr. Thad Starner since 2012. I love to experiment with new technology, and try to see how it can make our lives better. My research interest lies at the intersection of Human Computer Interaction, Wearable Computing and Ubiquitous Computing. Prior to coming to Georgia Tech, I completed my Bachelors in Computer Engineering from the University of Mumbai in India.
My association with Diabetes Research started in my first year at Tech, where I was a part of a team headed by Dr. Nate Heintzman and Dr. Thad Starner to find patterns in the DMITRI dataset. This work continued in the Summer of 2013, when I interned at UC - San Diego and Dexcom Inc. And I plan to continue this work, till Diabetes is not cured.
In my spare time, I love to read books, watch movies and play sports. I am a diehard soccer fan, and I am in the process of gathering my own collections of some of the best movies of the past decade.