About Me

I am a PhD candidate in Electrical Engineering in Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. I am supervised by Professor Dr. Gautam Dasarathy. My research interest lies at the intersection of machine learning, signal processing, statistics, and information theory. My current research focuses on structure learning and robust model selection of graphical models. Applications of graphical models include recommendation system, decoding of low-density parity-check codes, brain networks, causal inference, social networks, speech recognition, computer vision modeling of gene regulatory networks and protein structure.

Before joining Arizona State University, I obtained my MSc in Electrical Engineering from Utah State University (USU) in 2019, where I was supervised by Professor Dr. Rose Qingyang Hu. I also actively worked with Professor Dr. Le Thanh Tan, who was then a post doc at USU. During my time at USU, my research was focused towards developing algorithms at the intersection of deep learning and statistical signal processing. I completed my undergraduate from Islamic University of Technology in 2014.

My deatiled CV and research statement can be found here and here here, respectively.

In my spare time, I enjoy reading allegorical and thriller novels, and two of my most favorite novelists are Dan Brown and Paula Hawkins. I also enjoy playing tennis, watching soccer, and hiking in my spare time. If you like to chat or play tennis, drop me a line via email.