I am a third year PhD student in the Communications and Signal Processing group at Imperial College London, under the supervision of Prof. Pier Luigi Dragotti. Previously, I obtained a first class MEng degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Imperial College London in 2016. Moreover, I worked for one year in Technology at J.P.Morgan post-graduation.
My research interests include event-based information processing, mathematics for signal processing, computational neuroscience and social network analysis, graph signal processing, inverse problems.
24.01.2019 Our paper on 'D-SLAM: Diffusion Source Localization and Trajectory Mapping' has been accepted for ICASSP 2020!
24.01.2019 Our paper on 'Sampling classes of non-bandlimited signals using integrate-and-fire devices: Average case analysis' has been accepted for ICASSP 2020!
06.02.2019 Enjoyed the special session on Challenges and Perspectives in Spike-based Sensing and Processing, at ICASSP19, in Brighton, United Kingdom.
06.02.2019 Happy to win the Communications & Signal Processing Poster Competition!
01.02.2019 Our paper has been accepted for ICASSP 2019!
26.11.2018 Really enjoyed presenting our work on Rumour Source Detection in Social Networks using Partial Observations at GLOBALSIP'18, in Disneyland, California!
10.10.2018 Had fun attending the EMEA Student Research Workshop for Brain Inspired Computing and Technologies at Imperial College London!
Check out the video of the workshop here.
26.11.2018 I was happy to talk about our work on Estimating the Topology of Neural Networks from Distributed Observations at EUSIPCO'18, in Rome, Italy.
08.07.2018 Had a good time in Lausanne, Switzerland, atteding the 3rd Graph Signal Processing Workshop.
01.07.2016 Honoured and delighted to be awarded the Eric Laithwaite Prize for outstanding innovation in my final year project. This project addressed the problem of diffusion source detection in networks, and was supervised by Prof. Pier Luigi Dragotti. The project thesis can be found here.