I’m a researcher in Ambient Intelligence Lab, Interactive Digital Media Institute at National University of Singapore (NUS). I completed my PhD degree from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department in NUS under the supervision of A/ P Loh Ai Poh and A/ P Prahlad Vadakkepat. Before my PhD, I was working as a senior embedded engineer at Bosch India, in the automotive sector.
My research interests include understanding and extracting useful information about pedestrians and pedestrian crowds. I consider video input to be one of the best sources to extract this information. My work adopts social psychological theory on pedestrian behavior to form groups. And how this behavior can be identified and used to generate higher level of information like meeting events between pedestrians. Besides research, I love to play tennis and badminton. I consider myself an avid follower of science fiction movies.