Masters in Computer Science - Rochester Institute of Technology, NY, USA
Big Data Analytics, Intelligent Systems, Machine learning-AI, Graph Databases, Algorithms, Distributed Systems, Cryptography, Computational Problem Solving, Advanced OOPS.
Current Projects: (Checkout Projects tab)
1. Big Data -
Analyzing trends from crowd-sourced reviews about businesses (Yelp), social data mining using R-Rattle, Color Reducer using Clustering, Text mining using Bag of Words & n-gram, analyzing large files using MapReduce.
2. Machine Learning & AI -
Analyzing trends from crowd-sourced reviews about businesses (Yelp), social data mining using R-Rattle,
Color Reducer using Clustering, Text mining using Bag of Words & n-gram, analyzing large files using MapReduce.
3. NoSQL & Graph Databases -
Implemented subgraph matching algorithms like GraphQL, QuickSI with Java on top of Neo4j. Neo4j Doc Manager with Mongo Connectors. Implemented a java process to convert MySQL DB to MongoDB.
4. Distributed Systems -
iotX open source project for Internet of Things – Middleware to facilitate end-user specified integration of services for distributed OS for IoT devices with light-weight data processing using Calvin framework.
Designing and simulating distribution intelligence in Smart grids by implementing Demand Response Management.
Recent Hacks at Hackathons:
1. Cryptoville -
Universal platform to buy/sell goods without any human interference, using block-chain technology.
Won Best FinTech Awards at BigRed//Hacks 2017 at Cornell University from companies like ITG & Capital One. https://devpost.com/software/cryptoville
2. Ctrl+F Android App -
Where you can search specific words in physical book in front of you. https://goo.gl/KjqODb
3. Connect4 iOS App -
RIT Apple iOS App Challenge 2016 https://goo.gl/5bfnTI
4. QuotePicker iOS App -
This app picks best caption or quote for your picture by detecting objects in the image.
5. Virtual & augmented reality hack -
Demoed at BigRedHacks 2016 - Cornell University https://goo.gl/GC1oNt
Checkout more details under projects tab, Github and DevPost
Bachelors in Computer Engineering - VIT, University of Mumbai, India
Data Structures, Analysis of Algorithms & Design, Computer Organization & Architecture, Operating Systems, Database Management Systems,
Computer Networks, Systems Programming & Compiler Construction, Discrete Structures & Graph Theory, Applied Mathematics, Object Oriented Software Engineering, Web Engineering
Final Year Undergrad Project:
Mumbai on Mobile: It's a mobile application with alternative to Google's real-time traffic updates, as it wasn't available for Mumbai region till 2011.
Technical Paper: http://goo.gl/7UEyNl