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I am now employed as a Senior Software Engineer at MagicLeap. MagicLeap develops industry-leading head-mounted AR devices. Checkout ML2: The most immersive AR headset for enterprise. I am in the headpose team based out of Zurich and I am currently working on SLAM related topics
In the past, I was employed as a Robotics Navigation Engineer at Rovenso SA (Apr 2020-Nov 2021). I had the opportunity to work on ground robot controllers for docking motion, amongst other topics in robotic navigation. Rovenso is a startup incubated at EPFL currently based near Fribourg, Switzerland. Rovenso is involved in building and deploying agile robots. I worked on developing SLAM system and autonomous navigation capabilities for our robotic platform ‘Roveo’.
I completed my PhD in Jan-2020 from the UAV Group of Robotics Institute (RI) at ‘Hong Kong University of Science & Technology’ (HKUST) in Hong Kong. My supervisor was Prof. Shaojie Shen in the ECE Dept of the University, a world-renowned expert in autonomous drones. I developed a CNN-based place recognition system for online recovery from kindap for visual-inertial SLAM for my thesis. Go here for a detailed overview of my thesis.
I am familiar and have hands-on experience with 3D geometry, stereo vision, place recognition, and object detection. I mostly do computer programming with C++ or Python. Some other packages that I am familiar include, OpenCV, ROS, Eigen, Ceres-solver, GTSAM, Keras/Tensorflow. For my opensource contribution, have a look at my Github profile. When I am not traveling I usually love to tinker with stuff, write about mathematics, and read. Explore my blog to know more.
Before joining the Ph.D. program at HKUST I spent one year doing research internships at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Switzerland; University of Warwick, UK and SenoCAD research GmbH, Netherlands. I have completed my Undergraduate (Bachelors of Technology) from The LNM Institute of Information Technology (LNMIIT), Jaipur, India in May 2012 in Communication and Computer Engineering (CCE).
Electronics and Computer Engineering (ECE)
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), 2019
Computer and Communication Engineering (CCE)
The LNM Institute of Information Technology (LNMIIT), 2012
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