Education & Awards

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Graduate Studies  ongoing (2017-2020)

Ph.D. studies Ongoing – the University of Exeter, Department of Mathematics

Subjects: Motor control, Mechanics, Machine learning

Graduate Studies (Master’s: 2008-2010)

Indian Institute of Technology, Madras with specialization in Clinical engineering.  As a part of the curriculum, we have a clinical rotation in hospitals where one needs to identify a specific problem and provide an innovative solution. I have completed a couple of projects and provided some ideas which can be taken forward.  This was an eye-opener.

Subjects of interest:  Physiological systems modeling, Medical device design, Finite Element analysis.

Undergraduate Studies (Bachelor’s: 2004-2008)

My major in Bachelor’s was mechanical engineering from Govt. Engineering college, Trivandrum.

Subjects of interest:  Calculus, Thermodynamics, and programming. It was my interest in programming and thermodynamics that made me select my BTech Project in magnetic refrigeration.

Scholastic Achievements 

Awarded Scholarship and a travel grant to attend Summer School on Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience by Department of Bio-Technology (DBT) India at Suzhou, China July 2010

Awarded Scholarship during Master’s by Department of Science & Technology under Teaching Assistantship Category

One among top 80 who got selected to join Javahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (a local branch of the ‘National Organization for Developing Young Talents) among lakhs of students that applied.

Professional Achievements

Awarded Livewire at HCL Technologies in Sept 2013

Awarded Outstanding Performance at HCL Technologies by Endo-Pharma Ltd in Aug 2012

Awarded second prize for best innovative Biomimicry design contest held in Shastra-2010 in Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM)

Initiated Bio-Engineering Group at HCL Technologies in 2011, a platform where engineers from various domains can discuss, contribute & innovate solutions to medical problems.