I am a research scientist and a tech consultant by profession. My research areas span artificial intelligence (AI), natural language processing and computational linguistics. I obtained a BSc. in Computer Science (2008) and PhD in artificial intelligence (2011) from the Middlesex University in London, where I also hold a research fellowship.
Apart from my professional work, I take a great interest and devote a lot of time into experimenting and developing concepts that fascinate me. Some of my hobby projects that I have worked on over the years (worth showing), can be found here.
While, by trade, my work revolves around software development and engineering, I am really a programming hobbyst, constantly experimenting and learning.
At the rare occasions when I'm not occupied by work, I find myself tending to my sporadically growing philatelic collection, trying my hand at photography, penning something down, reading something new, or pondering the unknown—the pursuit of knowledge is such an endearing drive!
- 2012 A Neurocomputational Approach to Prepositional Phrase Attachment Ambiguity Resolution
- 2011 Modelling Emergent Phenomena in Associative Memory with Neural Cell Assemblies
- 2011 A simulated neural games agent. Learnt Novelty with Overlapping Neural Cell Assemblies. CABot3: A simulated neural games agent