About Me

Honda Research Institute

425 National Ave

Mountain View, CA 94043


mail at (my 1st name) dot in

My interests


                Last: Brigadier Gerard

                         (Conan Doyle)


                Last: Shostakovich String Quartets


                Last: Lunar Eclipse 



                Last: Windy Hill @ Portola Valley 


My links

I attained mortal form in the Indian capital of New Delhi. Since then my life has been relatively nomadic. I lived in seven cities all over India during my schooling days and then spent some of my most enjoyable days to date in the small north Indian town of Roorkee, working towards a B.Tech in CS at IIT-Roorkee.

From 2002 to 2007, I was a graduate student at the College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology. Here I was part of the BORG Lab and was advised by Frank Dellaert.

From 2008 to the spring of 2010, I was a research scientist at the Honda Research Institute lab in Cambridge, MA where I was able to indulge myself in both the quaintness of New England and in the wonderfully unique character of Boston at the same time.

Currently, I am a research scientist at Honda Research Institute’s lab in Mountain View, CA.