I enjoy working with both electronics and software.
Currently, I'm making Quantum Dot Photodetectors with cleanroom and
deposition processes. Previously, I've worked with thread-based electronics
and organic semiconductors.
Before that, I programmed in C & C++. I still have a deep interest in low
level systems programming and the hardware in embedded systems, especially
with Linux systems. Check out the Projects
page for more details!
Mentor, Team Anant
Having been a member of the On-Board Computer subsystem of the team for
4 years, I now mentor my juniors on the way ahead for the satellite. As part
of the team, I worked on Hyperspectral image compression, gained all my
knowledge about the Linux kernel, made drivers for it, helped conceptualize
the On-Board Computer, and founded the Publicity and Sponsorship Division.
Class of 2020 BITS, Pilani
Graduated with a B.E. in Electronics and Electrical Engineering,
and an M.Sc. in Chemistry with a CGPA of 7.96/10 (3.57/4.0).
Absolutely fascinated by space.
Since my childhood, I've had a deep interest for all things related to space,
whether it be astronomy, rockets, or satellites. Team Anant is my biggest
foray into this field, and with it, I'm trying to combine this interest of mine
with technical knowledge. I also interned at ISRO in 2018, where I worked on image
Drummer, connoisseur of prog rock.
I was a drummer on and off since standard 5th until university. 3 years ago at BITS, I joined Gurukul as a full time drummer. I performed in about 3 events every semester, and taught students through the Gurukul workshop. Now, partly because of the pandemic, I work on FL Studio. Check out my work here.