I am a first year Ph.D. student in the Computer Science Department at NC State University and a part of the WSPR lab. I work on VR Privacy & Safety under the guidance of Dr. Anupam Das.

My research interest lies in establishing the three pillars for a protected VR experience - safety, privacy, and security. I am currently working on qualitative studies exploring usable security and privacy for VR.

Prior to my Ph.D., I was an Engineer at Qualcomm, where I worked on improving the efficiency of Snapdragon's Neural Signal Processor as part of the Software Architecture team. In the past, I have been a student researcher, academic rank holder, & held various positions of responsibility at National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, where I graduated with a B.Tech. (Hons.) in Computer Science & Engineering in 2019.

I’m actively looking for research internships for Summer 2024. Link to my CV.


Aug 2023: I’m attending GREPSEC VI and USENIX Security!
Jun 2023: I’m serving on the USENIX Security '23 Artifact Evaluation committee
Apr 2023: I've been honored with the College of Engineering Graduate Enhancement Award at NC State
Apr 2023: I'm presenting a poster at the Graduate Student Symposium, NC State
Mar 2023: I'm attending WiCys 2023 at Denver, Colorado
Jan 2023: I'm the teaching assistant for CSC 433: Privacy in the Digital Age
Aug 2022: Started my Ph.D. at NC State!