I am a fourth year PhD candidate at the Center For Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) at Stanford University, pursuing a doctoral degree in Computer-Based Music Theory and Acoustics. My ongoing dissertation work is on the topic of Close-microphone bleed cancellation in studio recordings, which is closely related to the topics of Source Separation and Blind System Identification. I am currently a research intern in the Audio team at Facebook Reality Labs, working on room acoustics for augmented reality. Previously in 2018, I interned in the Noise, Vibration and Harshness team at Tesla, writing DSP algorithms for vibration analysis of rotors. I am also a teaching assistant for various graduate courses at CCRMA. I graduated from Jadavpur University Kolkata, India in 2016 where I attained my Bachelor's degree in Instrumentation and Electronics Engineering. I was a Mitacs Globalink intern at University of Calgary, Canada in 2015.
My research area is Audio Signal Processing, in particular - Multichannel Interference Cancellation, Artificial Reverberation and Sound Analysis-Synthesis. As for other pursuits, I play the guitar, mandolin, bass, and like to record and produce music. I am also a science dilettante who likes to read up on Mathematics, Physics and Cognitive Neuroscience.