I am a Post-Doctoral Researcher at Microsoft Research New England. My work is about creating dialog between AI and people. My interests include humor understanding, visual attribute discovery, crowd-in-the-loop systems, fine-grained object recognition, medical image understanding, and active learning. I received my PhD from Brown University in 2016 under the direction of James Hays.
During my Masters' course I was interested in novel topologies for permanent magnet motors. My general interest was the design and control of electrical machines and electro-magnetic phenomena for transportation (trains, ships, submarines). Please check the award winning ICEMS2009 poster and the paper.