My research interests lie at the intersection of Computer Vision, Machine Learning, and Natural Language Processing. My area of focus is on designing deep learning models for visual data that emphasize semantic differences among objects, primarily as these are being expressed with natural language.
Recently, I interned at the Facebook AI Research Lab in Menlo Park, and before that at Autodesk Research in San Francisco. A few years back, I was a research assistant in the Haussler Lab at UCSC and an Erasmus scholar at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Tüebingen, DE.
March 2021: I successfully defended my Ph.D. Thesis titled "Learning to Generate and Differentiate 3D Objects Using Geometry & Language".
March 2021: I will give a lightning talk on "Art and AI" during HAI’s Intelligence Augmentation: AI Empowering People to Solve Global Challenges.
February 2021: I will co-organize the 1st Workshop on Language for 3D Scenes in CVPR 2021. We hope to spark new interest in this emerging area!
February 2021: I am initiating this "News" section. My intention is to give the gist of my (primarily) professional updates to visitors.