I am a fourth year PhD student in theoretical computer science at the Institute of Mathematical Sciences (IMSc) where I am fortunate to be advised by Prof. Venkatesh Raman
 

I am broadly interested in various areas of theoretical computer science, specifically, in algorithms, data structures and complexity theory. My current research lies in the intersection of space bounded computation, graph algorithms and succinct data structures. More specifically I like to design highly space efficient data structures for solving fundamental graph algorithms in various restricted memory computational models and exploring its complexity theoretic consequences. Besides, I am also fascinated by the problems arising from social network analysis and stringology.

My curriculum vitae can be found here.