I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at University of California, Berkeley. I am lecturing EECS16A for its first ever summer offering in Summer 2017.
My advisor is Prof. Anant Sahai. I work on designing wireless communication protocols for high performance control applications. I was a Graduate Student Instructor for EECS16A (Designing Information Devices and Systems 1) in Spring 2015 and a Graduate Student Instructor for EECS70 (Discrete Math and Probability) in Fall 2014.
I spent the Summer of 2016 as an intern at Microsoft Research in Redmond where I was mentored by Ranveer Chandra, Gireeja Ranade , Anirudh Badam and Sudipta Sinha. I participated in the Microsoft Oneweek Hackathon and won first prize in the Industries Category. I spent the Summer of 2014 at Qualcomm Flarion Technologies Inc. in New Jersey where I worked on developing algorithms for doing accurate indoor positioning using measurement engine.
Low-latency, high reliability wireless communication; Large scale optimization and learning problems; Information Theory and Coding; Internet of Things
Outstanding Course Development and Teaching Award ('15 - '16)
Berkeley Graduate Fellowship (2012)
Indian National Chemistry Olympiad Gold Medalist (2008)
IIT-JEE All India Rank 14, Rank 1 among women (2008)
AIEEE All India Rank 5, State Rank 1 (2008)
Karnataka CET Rank 1 (2008)
OP Jindal Engineering and Management Scholarship (2009)
Aditya Birla Group Scholarship (2008)
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