Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Stony Brook University
107 Academy St
Staunton, VA 24401
I am currently a 1st Year Ph.D in Computer Science student at Stony Brook University where I am developing assisitve applications for people with low vision or limited movement under the supervision of Professor I.V Ramakrishnan
I recently graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S in Computer Science (Hons) at Stony Brook University where I was actively involved in undergraduate research at the Human Language Analysis Beings Lab (HLAB), the Data Management and Biomedical Data Analytics Lab (BMI-DB) and the Computer Vision Lab (CV Lab). My research interests includes Computer Vision, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Human-Computer Interaction and Computing for Social Good.
My Senior Honors Thesis was "Quantifying and Detecting Whataboutism in Social Media Comments" where I applied deep-learning language features to create a semi-supervised graph propogation algorithm that can identify "whataboutism" in Youtube comments with an accuracy of up to 70%. I am also involved with the EyeCanDo Project where I am currently implementing gesture recognition features to an application used by ALS patients with limited movement.