I am currently a Visiting Researcher at Polytechnique Montreal specializing in designing efficient neural network architectures. Moreover, I am currently pursuing a Ph.D. from the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokodai) in the Dept. of Systems and Control Engineering at Okutomi Tanaka Lab. My primary supervisor is Professor Masayuki Tanaka, and I am working closely with Professor Masatoshi Okutomi.

Previously, I worked at Woven Planet Holdings as a Data Scientist, where I was part of the Self-Driving Recognition/Perception AD/ADAS team from 2021 to 2022. At Woven, I work on research problems related to few-shot object detection, scene tags image classification, and road marking recognition. I worked at Rakuten (Rakuten Institute of Technology - R&D Dept) as a Research Scientist for 3.5 years, where I used deep learning, machine learning, and reinforcement learning to solve computer vision, finance, cybersecurity, and e-commerce related research problems. In Rakuten, I worked under the supervision of Bjorn Stenger, Bruno Charron, and Mitsuru Nakazawa. During my master’s, I worked under the supervision of Prof. James Wolf for my master’s project.

Research Interests

My research interests include Computer Vision, Efficient Deep Learning, Neural Architecture Search, and Reinforcement Learning.




Visiting Researcher at Polytechnique Montreal

Data Scientist II at Woven Planet

Computer Vision Researcher at Rakuten (RIT)

Research Assistant at ISU

Teaching Assistant at ISU

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