Auditory perception, Hearing aids, Otoacoustic emission, Machine learning
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My current research interests include computational modeling of human auditory systems, in order to better characterize hearing loss and design solutions (hearing aids) for it. One particular way of detecting hearing loss is by measuring distortion sounds generated by the cochlea, known as otoacoustic emissions.
In the past, I have studied the use of keystroke dynamics as a behavior based biometric. I am also involved in exploring applications of machine learning, graph theory and natural language processing to solve practical problems in various domains.
- MSc in Cognitive Science from Center for Cognitive Science at IIT Gandhinagar (2015-2017)
- BSc (hons) in Computer Science from University of Calcutta (Scottish Church College) (2012-2015)