I am a fifth 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 Microphone Bleed Cancellation in Studio Ensemble Recordings, which is closely related to the topics of Source Separation and Blind System Identification. I was a research intern in the Audio team at Facebook Reality Labs Research, working on room acoustics for Augmented Reality applications in the summer of 2020. 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 - Statistical Estimation, Artificial Reverberation, and Spectral Analysis for Musical Instrument Modeling. 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.