About me

Hi I'm Eashan. I love engaging content, staying well-informed and look for an environment which is conducive to a holistic development of my being. I stay on my toes and am always ready for the challenges life throws at me. :) Currently, I live in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania but originally I'm from India. So I try and take advantage of the best that Bethlehem and New York have to offer. I love delving in all the up and coming research topics with sustainable research potential, based on Machine Learning, Data Science and Computer Vision.

I'm a graduate researcher and graduate teaching assistant currently pursuing my Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Computer Science, Machine Learning from Lehigh University, Bethlehem - Pennsylvania. I recently worked as a Research Intern at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, where I was working with National Energy Research Scientific Computing (NERSC) group in optimizing the real-time workflows in Cori - 12th fastest supercomputer in the world. I did my Master of Science in Computer Science from Lehigh University, and Bachelors of Engineering in Computer Science from Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal, MP (India). Furthermore, I am currently working with Dr. Brian D. Davison, director of Web Understanding, Modeling, and Evaluation lab as a Research Assistant on multiple projects that you can find in here. I work on Adversarial Machine Learning, Information Retrieval, Data Science, and super computing with emphasis on deep learning. My work mainly deals with massive-scale deep learning and building stochastic optimal neural network models and Software Engineering. Drawing parallels from the quintessential researchers at Lehigh, my post-doctoral goal is to work in a research lab or Industry and contribute extensively to the field of applied deep learning for the betterment of society.

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