I'm currently a Sessional Lecturer at the University of Toronto, in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, teaching APS360: an introductory machine learning course for engineers. I was previously a Visiting Researcher at Google Brain Toronto/Google AR Core, and a Research Scientist at Wayve.
I completed my PhD at the University of Cambridge in Oct. 2018, where I was supervised by Professor Roberto Cipolla, head of the Computer Vision and Robotics group in the Machine Intelligence Lab, and Dr. Antonio Criminisi. My PhD was supported by a Microsoft Research Ph.D. Scholarship and I collaborated with researchers at Microsoft Research Cambridge (UK) extensively.
I am currently interested in efficient deep learning, specifically sparse neural networks, and their application to problems in computer vision. I have in the past worked on 3D computer vision, towards methods for processing and recognizing objects in large point clouds.
Microsoft Research Tech Report
MSR-TR-2015-58, April, 2015.