I am currently pursuing PhD in Computer Science at George Mason University where I'm also a Graduate Teaching Assistant. My primary interests lie in the field of machine learning and computer vision. I graduated with a degree in computer engineering from Tribhuvan University, Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk Campus in Nepal. In the recent past, I have 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 Nepal where I played with and worked on machine learning projects.
In my free time, I love to explore ideas and topics in mathematics, physics, astronomy, nature of mind and consciousness, philosophy, and evolutionary biology among others. I find the universe thrillingly fascinating, and the fact that we are an insignificant part of the cosmos, inspires me look up in the sky at night.
I have always wanted to maintain a habit of writing regularly, and that was the initial motivation for maintaining a blog. But, to my despair, my blog has turned into a long abandoned haunted space. I hope that, someday, I will gather a little courage and resurrect my blog.
Anyway, drop by on Twitter if you want to say hello.
Please refer my resume if you'd like me to work for you.