Ph.D, Computer Science & Engineering Oct. 2001 – Nov. 2004

M.Tech., Computer Science & Engineering July 1999 – Dec. 2000

B.Tech., Computer Science & Engineering Jan. 2001 – June 1999

Positions Held

Dean of Academic Affairs (DoAA) June 2020 – Present

IIIT Delhi, India

Project Director, iHub Anubhuti IIITD Foundation Aug. 2020 – Present

IIIT Delhi, India

Professor Jan. 2019 – Present

Dept. of Computer Science, IIIT Delhi, India

Founding Head, Center for Design and New Media, IIIT Delhi, Aug. 2018 – Feb. 2020

Founding Head of the Department, Dept. of Human-centered Design, IIIT Delhi, India, Feb. 2018 – Feb. 2020

Associate Dean of Research (ADIRD), IIIT Delhi, India April 2014 – March 2017

Associate Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, IIIT Delhi, India April 2014 – Dec. 2018

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, IIIT Delhi, India Oct. 2009 – April 2014

Research and teaching in the fundamental areas of Computer Science

Professional and Institution Services

Ingénieur Expert (Research Engineer), Inria Rocquencourt, France Jan. 2008 – Oct. 2009

Research Associate Dec. 2005 – Aug. 2007

Culture Lab, University of Newcastle Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Worked on NERVE project to develop mobile-based visualization tools to show data of civic agen- cies in time of crisis. We worked with Civil Engineering Dept, Industry partners, and Police and Fire Services

Worked on ASK-IT project to develop ubiquitous computing applications for visually impaired people. The apps were aimed to support independent navigation for visiting a museum.

Worked on Future Traveler Information Systems and build location-aware services to support independent and intelligent navigation across different transport modes within the city. Also, mentored a Ph.D. student in the project

Worked to develop a prototyping tool for developing location-aware services

Research Fellow Sep. 2004 – Aug. 2005

Dept. of Psychology Portsmouth, UK

Worked to develop a mobile learning application in J2ME for Japanese-English speakers

The aim of the app was to train Japanese-English speakers in learning the difference between

/r/ and /l/ sounds.

The app was adaptive in nature to adjust the difficulty level as per the user’s performance