I am a Computer Vision Researcher/Engineer (2017-) at Magic Leap. My primary research interests are in the areas of Robotics and Computer Vision and its intersection with Machine Learning and High Performance Computing.
Prior to that, I finished my Ph.D. (2012-2017) from the School of Interactive Computing, which is a part of College of Computing at Georgia Tech. I was associated with Cognitive Robotics and BORG lab and I was advised by Henrik I. Christensen and Frank Dellaert. I also collaborated with Luca Carlone, Vadim Indelman, Alex Trevor, Carlos Nieto, John Rogers and many others over the course of my PhD. I completed my Bachelors and Masters in Computer Science from IIIT Hyderabad in July 2012 working with P J Narayanan at CVIT.
I have also interned at Fyusion Inc. and spent some time collaborating with researchers from Army Research Lab which also has funded my research.
Here are some of the projects for which I released or contributed to the source code
Distributed Mapping with Privacy and Communication Constraints:
Lightweight Algorithms and Object-based Models
IJRR 2017 [arxiv] [code] [bibtex]
Distributed Trajectory Estimation with Privacy and Communication Constraints:
a Two-Stage Distributed Gauss-Seidel Approach
ICRA 2016 [pdf] [ppt] [www] [bibtex]
Active Planning based Extrinsic Calibration of Exteroceptive Sensors in Unknown Environments
IROS 2016 [pdf]
Bundle Adjustment - A Tutorial
Check out ResearchGate or Google Scholar for complete list of publications.