Georgia Institute of Technology Ph.D. Candidate
I am a Graduate Student at Georgia Institute of Technology, in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. My current research is on sparse representation of neural networks, and machine learning in general. I am currently working as a Graduate Research Assistant at the Center for Translational Research in Neuro-imaging and Data Science (TReNDS), a joint research center by Georgia Tech, Georgia State and Emory University, under the supervision of Dr. Vince Calhoun and Dr. Sergey Plis.
I am primarily interested in sparsity in deep learning, model compression, efficient AI and sparse learning. I am interested not only in the efficiency due to sparsity, but also in its potential to find better solutions. I am also involved in the areas of federated, multi-task and multimodal learning.
Facebook AI Research (FAIR)
Georgia Institute of Technology
Fall 2019 - Present
Fall 2019 - Present
|Mar 5, 2023||Preliminary work accepted in ICLR 2023 Sparse Neural Networks workshop on communication efficient federated learning. Details coming soon!!|
|Oct 31, 2022||Our work, Explicit Group Sparse Projection with Applications to Deep Learning and NMF has been published in the Transactions on Machine Learning Research (TMLR). Available at: OpenReview|
|May 9, 2022||Joined FAIR at Meta AI as a Research Scientist Intern to work on efficient ML and model sparsity research. My compression research library was integrated as part of the open source Fairscale library.|
|Oct 20, 2021||Our paper, “Single-Shot Pruning for Offline Reinforcement Learning” was accepted in Offline Reinforcement Learning Workshop, NeurIPS 2021. - Paper.|
|Aug 27, 2021||Started Ph.D. at Georgia Tech. I will be working on developing new techniques for sparse deep learning, with potential applications in federated, multi-task and multimodal learning.|
|Aug 20, 2019||Started attending Georgia Institute of Technology in the ECE Master’s program.|