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Looking for an internship for the Summer of 2016 in the field of Computer Security.
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA
Integrated Masters & Bachelors (IMB) in Electrical and Computer Engineering with
Minor in Computer Science
I have relevant coursework in Computer Security, Network Security, Information Security Policy,
Machine Learning, Data Structures, Algorithms, and Programming.
1.Researcher working on ‘Service Chaining through Securing Flowtags’.
Project involves Network Security, Networking, Computer Networks.

Aug 2015 - Present

2. Research Assistant in the Security Behavior Observatory project of the CUPS group in
Cybersecurity Lab (CyLab), CMU. Project involves User Security and Software Security.
3. Machine Learning and Software Development Intern at Deutsche Bank
May 2015 - Aug 2015
Developed an integrated Trading application for GLM with a forecasting model using Machine Learning Methods.

Real Time Cricket Prediction Software

Aug 2014 – June 2015

Worked on software that predicts winning percentages of the two teams in real time (after each delivery) during Cricket matches. The algorithm is built by combining historical trends using Big Data and Recent
Player Form and applying elements of AI ( Machine Learning ) on the data.
Supernova Image Classification using Machine Learning Methods

Aug 2013 – Dec 2013

Worked in a team to implement four Machine Learning methods: K-Nearest Neighbors, Random Forests,
Boosted Trees and Deep Neural Networks along with Data Mining and Statistics to detect existence of
Supernovae in images.
Security Tools - IDA, QIRA, OllyDBG, gpg
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