I am a PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at George Mason University, where I’m advised by Prof. Greg Stein in the Robotic Anticipatory Intelligence & Learning (RAIL) Group.
My research interests are in the areas of robotics and machine learning. I’m interested in improving the robot’s abilities to adapt to multiple environments online through dynamic model selection. My current research focus is on developing techniques with sound theoretical foundations that enable robots to reason about the performance of models that are not in control of the robot’s high level decision making based on the performance of the model that controls such decision making.
I graduated with a degree in computer engineering from Tribhuvan University, Institute of Engineering in Nepal. In the past, I have also worked with UNICEF Nepal and local partners on projects that include efficient information dissemination and data collection based on mobile technologies, automated interactive surveys, and data analytics and visualization. I was also an AI Fellow at Fusemachines.
|Dec 2, 2021||Successfully completed PhD Comprehensive Exam|
|May 12, 2021||Received Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award|
|Aug 26, 2019||Joined George Mason University in Fall 2019|
|Dec 31, 2018||Graduated from Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University|