I am a 3rd year graduate student in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rice University working in Ashok Veeraraghavan’s computational imaging lab. I did my bachelor’s at Georgia Tech in Biomedical Engineering and received a minor in Computer Science. My research interests are using diffuse light to do imaging, imaging through scattering media, time-of-flight imaging, and neural imaging.
NSF IGERT training fellowship from the Gulf Coast Consortia: Neuroengineering from Cells to Systems (August 2017).
Paper titled “STORM: Super-resolving Transients by OveRsampled Measurements” was accepted to ICCP, 2019 in Tokyo (March, 2019).
Received an IGERT fellowship from the Gulf Coast Consortia: Neuroengineering from Cells to Systems, NSF (August, 2017).
Raghuram, et al. “STORM: Super-resolving Transients by OveRsampled Measurements.” ICCP, 2019.
Here is a link to my CV.