I am currently a graduate student in the Computer Science Department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, working with Prof. Gedas Bertasius. My research interest lies at the intersection of Computer Vision and Robotics and I’m passionate about applying my research to Space Science. Currently I’m working on studying the zero-shot performance of Vision Transformers for Video Object Segmentation.

I have worked on Graph Machine Learning as a researcher at AI Garage, Mastercard and I’m interested in finding ways to port my experience across fields to my current and future projects. I also interned at Samsung Research Institute, Bangalore where I worked in the Computer Vision team of the Advanced Technology Lab.

I completed my Bachelors in Technology in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay where I worked with Prof. Ajit Rajwade on my Undergraduate thesis in the field of 3D Reconstruction in Cryogenic Electron Microscopy. I also was the Software team lead for The IIT Bombay Mars Rover Team, where I worked on building rovers capable of traversing on Mars like terrain.

Recent Publications

CuRL: Coupled Representation Learning of Cards and Merchants to Detect Transaction Frauds
Maitrey Gramopadhye, Shreyansh Singh, Kushagra Agarwal, Nitish Srivasatava, Alok Singh, Siddhartha Asthana and Ankur Arora