I am an M.S./Ph.D. student in the College of Information and Computer Sciences at UMass Amherst. I am advised by Profs. Tauhidur Rahman and Deepak Ganesan in the MOSAIC Lab. My research interests lie broadly in the areas of sensing and machine learning for cognitive wellbeing.
My work leverages wearable and ubiquitous devices to gain insights into people’s cognitive abilities (such as alertness, cognitive performance, and emotion regulation). Drawing on work in physiology and neuroscience, I use sensor data and behavioral markers to develop novel methods for non-invasive sensing of cognitive wellbeing. My past projects have examined the relationship between sleep, activity, and cognitive performance, as well as early detection of mental disorders.
|Apr 2022||I’ll be spending my summer as a research intern with the CTRL team at Meta Reality Labs in New York!|
|Nov 2021||Preliminary results from my internship work with Nokia Bell Labs have been accepted to PervasiveHealth 2021! Check out the preprint or explore our publicly available dataset.|
|Jun 2021||This summer, I will be working as a Research Intern at Nokia Bell Labs, Cambridge, UK!|
|May 2021||Passed my portfolio - officially a Ph.D. candidate now!|
|Mar 2021||I’ll be attending the 2021 CRA-WP Grad Cohort for Women on April 23 and 24.|
|Feb 2021||Join us (virtually) for the inaugural Voices of Data Science Conference at UMass Amherst on February 19th and 20th! We have an exciting speaker lineup and multiple interactive sessions.|