Masking in auditory perception, Machine learning
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My current research interests include computational modeling and psychophysics based evaluation of acoustic devices like loudspeakers, noise canceling headphone, hearing aids etc., in order to better characterize the interaction between these devices and human auditory pathway.
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 understand practical issues related to human cognition and behavior from various angles.
- 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)