Throughout my life, I’ve approached every challenge with enthusiasm, creativity, and a ceaseless desire to achieve success. This passion and drive have paved the way to countless opportunities, unique experiences, and exceptional relationships both personally and professionally.
With a passion for mathematics, programming, and all things biomedical, I have both the skillset and academic background necessary to dive deep into the data and algorithmic world. As an upbeat, self-motivated team player with excellent communication, I envision an exciting future in the industry as Math Modeler, Data Scientist, or Data Analyst. If you’re interested in learning more about me, keep reading or get in touch.
Roles & Responsibilities
PROJECT ENGINEER, WECAN EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATION
September 2016 - July 2019
• Created content for technical training programs such as Embedded Systems, Python, Machine Learning, Drone Building, Blockchains, IoT, etc. Administrated all data-related activities for training programs. Held training sessions at the stated venue.
• Engaged with over 20+ clients as an IEEE-certified technical trainer. Instructed in more than 200 training with over 4500 students in 70 different venues.
BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INTERN, ACURADYNE MEDICAL SYSTEMS PVT. LTD., IIT - BOMBAY
October 2018 - May 2019
• “Pulse Oximeter”: Designed circuit and did signal processing with an accuracy of almost 95%.
• “Market Analysis for CVD Diagnosis”: Assessed causes, symptoms, and treatments of heart illnesses such as stroke, heart-attack.
SOFTWARE RESEARCH INTERN, MMM LTD., IIT - BOMBAY
August 2018 - May 2019
• Compared and evaluated Machine Learning Models like Regressions, Gradient Descent, Bayes, k-NNs, CNNs & ANNs.
• Developed a model for predicting heart disease.
• Computed using MATLAB tools for machine learning and model creation.
What I’ve Learned
September 2021 - Present
Master of Science in Applied Mathematics
D.Y. PATIL UNIVERSITY
July 2015 - June 2019
Bachelors of Technology in Biomedical Engineering
"Do not go where the path may lead. Instead, go where there is no path and leave a trail"