I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science & Engineering as part of the Graphics and Visualization Lab (GVL @USF) under Prof. Dr. Paul Rosen at the University of South Florida. I completed my M.S. in Computer Science at the University of South Florida and a Bachelor in Computer Engineering at the University of Mumbai. My broader research interests include information visualization, human-computer interaction, Visual design optimization, and perceptual science.
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Started the employment position as Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
Successfully defended doctoral dissertation titled "Constructing Task-Optimized Framework for Visualization".
Our Survey Paper – “A Survey of Perception-Based Visualization Studies by Task," accepted at IEEE TVCG issue, 2021.
Awarded and received Dissertation Completion Fellowship at the University of South Florida.
Volunteered as student volunteer and day captain – at ACM CHI 2021 ,Yokohoma, Japan (Virtual).
Presented our paper – “Modeling the Influence of Visual Density on Cluster Perception in Scatterplots Using Topology" at IEEE VIS 2020, Salt Lake city (Virtual).
Volunteered as student volunteer at IEEE VIS, 2020.
Attended Doctoral Colloquium at IEEE VIS, 2020.
Our Paper – “Modeling the Influence of Visual Density on Cluster Perception in Scatterplots Using Topology," accepted at IEEE VIS, 2020.
Our Paper – “LineSmooth An Analytical Framework for Evaluating the Effectiveness of Smoothing Techniques on Line Charts," accepted at IEEE VIS, 2020.
Presented our position paper – “You Can’t Publish Replication Studies (and How to Publish Anyways)" at Vis X Vision Workshop, IEEE VIS-2019, Vancouver.