I am a graduate student in the Department of Arun Physics at Carnegie Mellon University. I am associated with the McWilliams Center for Cosmology. I currently work with Prof. Rachel Mandelbaum on problems related to gravitational weak lensing. I will be moving to Leiden Observatory to work with Prof. Henk Hoekstra starting this September. Visit my research page to see the problems I am working on and my publications so far.

I am expecting to complete my Ph.D. in August of 2016. I earned my Masters degrees in Physics from Carnegie Mellon University in the summer of 2013. I earned my Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering from IIT Madras with a minor in Physics in the summer of 2011.

You can find my curriculum vitae in PDF format.

Recent Updates

[07/15/2015] Delivering a public talk at the Allegheny Observatory

[06/15/2016] My Dissertation talk at the 228th AAS Meeting, San Diego

[06/2016] Attending Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy, CMU

[05/04/2015] Serving as a judge for posters at Meeting of the Minds at CMU.

[03/2016] Attending the LSST DESC collaboration meeting at SLAC

[12/2015] Presented a poster at Foreground Physical effects for LSST Weak Lensing science at UC Davis

[07/20/2015] Gave a talk at Santa Fe Cosmology workshop

[05/26/2015] Gave a talk at the University of Pittsburgh, as a part of Astrostats meeting

[03/26/2015] Gave a talk at the Pennsylvania State University (PSU), State College for Neighbourhood workshop

[11/17/2013] Attended the WFIRS: Science & Techniques meeting at Pasadena, CA.