I am currently pursuing PhD in Computer Science at George Mason University where I also work as a Graduate Teaching Assistant. My primary interests lie in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning. I graduated with a degree in computer engineering from Tribhuvan University, Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk Campus in 2018. In the past, I have worked closely with UNICEF Nepal and local partners on projects that include efficient information dissemination and data collection based on mobile technologies, automated interactive surveys, and data analytics and visualization. I was also involved in teaching introductory course on machine learning at MPercept Academy during the first half of 2018, where I enjoyed sharing things I have learnt.
In my free time, I love to explore ideas and topics in mathematics, physics, astronomy, nature of mind and consciousness, philosophy, and evolutionary biology among others. I find the universe thrillingly fascinating, and the fact that we are an insignificant part of the cosmos, inspires me look up in the sky at night. Occasionally, I love to capture pictures, and my phone has been a good friend of mine to help explore that endeavor. I also acquired skills of playing bamboo flute after my high school, and can play somewhat decent melodies.
I have always wanted to maintain a habit of writing regularly, and that was the initial motivation for maintaining a blog. But, to my despair, my blog has turned into a long abandoned haunted space. I hope that, someday, I will gather a little courage and resurrect my blog.
Anyway, drop by on Twitter if you want to say hello.
Please refer my resume if you'd like me to work for you.