About Me

I am a Computer Science PhD student at the University of Virginia, co-advised by Matthew Dwyer and Yangfeng Ji. I am a member of both the LESS Lab and ILP-Lab .

Research Interests

My research interests lie in the areas of Software Engineering, Natural Language Processing, Computer Vision and Interpretable Machine Learning. My work is focused on:

  • Using unsupervised learning techniques such as dimensionality reduction and clustering to interpret the latent representation space of large language models such as BERT and Convolutional Models such as ResNet.
  • Developing Saliency Oracles to align the regions of interest to image classifiers with human intuition.
  • Formal Verification of robustness properties of Deep Learning models using verifier frameworks such as DNNV.

Other Academic Interests

I am interested in making the stae of the art developments in deep learning accessible to the general public. Sifting through technical jargon is a major deterrent to the unitiated and I hope to bridge the gap through my work.