Sid is a sophomore at The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD). He is currently a member of the Advanced Network Research Lab, and also works with Prof. Nicholas Ruozzi on various research projects related to machine learning.
In his free time, he enjoys reading about recent developments in computational go (LeelaZero, MiniGo), practicing classical piano, cooking, or getting involved on campus.
B.S. Mathematics, Computer Science, 2021
The University of Texas at Dallas
International Baccalaureate Diploma, 2017
Westwood High School
A react-native application which takes a picture and tells you if something is recyclable or not. react-native, google-cv-api, snack.expo
Attempting to increase decision margins in neural networks through techniques similar to margin maximization in SVMs. Mentored by Prof. Nicholas Ruozzi, UTD. Python, Tensorflow, open-cv, alot of bash.
Developed a unobtrusive method to virtually display a physical object for collision avoidance in virtual reality. Work done in the Future Immersive Virtual Environments Lab (Mentored by Dr. Ryan P. McMahan) through the Clark Summer Research Program. Unity3D, C#, and the HTC VIVE headset.