Projects:

Optimistic Concurrency Control, August, 2015 - April, 2016
Advisor: Sathya Peri, Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad

I contributed to a poster presentation in the Ph.D. Forum of IPDPS 2016 and also to the CSE day, IIT Hyderabad. I worked on optimistic version of FOCC and improved the existing performance of the FOCC reducing abort counts by using independent locks on data items.

Neural Turing Machines, February - April, 2016
Advsior: Dr. Vineeth Balasubramanyam

Implemented not only Neural Turing Machines by Alex Graves et. al using Lua and Torch but also added implementations of GRU along with the LSTM already present. I also made a conclusive report on NTM possibilities in basic signal processing algorithms.

QuickSlots v2.0, February - April, 2016
Advsiors: Dr. Ramakrishna Upadrasta, Dr. MV Panduranga Rao, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad

I built a Timetable Scheduler for the {\it Computer Science Department, IIT Hyderabad}. The input to the system is faculty’s preferences and the output is a consolidated time-table. The problem was modelled as {\bf Min Cost Bipartite Matching}. A mathematical formulation for edge weights was created based on factors like time and venue conflicts, student batch size and course kind.

Action Recognition in Videos, Aug - Nov, 2015
Advsior: Dr. Vineeth Balasubramanyam, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad

I made an application to predict the sport given a video which was chosen from a subset of UCF Sports dataset. The features were generated using HOG+HOF+MBH (Dense Trajectories), made into Bag of Words descriptors by k-means clustering. It was trained using SVM and achieved an accuracy of about 40\%.

Port Scanner, August - Nov, 2014
Advisor: Dr. Kotaro KataokaVisiting Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad

A Linux based application with backend in C and frontend in Python. It returns open ports which can also help to identify the underlying applications.