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I joined Google in December 2009, upon completing my Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Maryland.
My research focuses on computer vision, machine learning, pattern recognition, and their broad range of applications in large-scale data processing and data mining. Here is my PhD dissertation - "Content Recognition and Context Modeling for Document Analysis and Retrieval". My advisors are Dr. Rama Chellappa and Dr. David Doermann.
Mining Rich Session Context to Improve Web Search
as author at Research Track,
Extracting Relevant Named Entities for Automated Expense Reimbursement
as author at Industrial & Government Tracks,