Augmented reality/Virtual Reality sensor and AI-Based roBot for Intuitive Exploration
I finished my undergraduate program in Biotechnology from R.V. College of Engineering with a graduate program in Neuroscience at the University of Geneva. In the past I worked as a technical student at CERN and research assistant at NCCR Synapsy. I am currently also one of the co-founders of an EPFL based startup called NeuralWorks which was a part of the TalentKick Program. I also am also involved in developing volunteering projects under Global Health Research Collective. Outside work, I like to do skateboarding, kayaking, snowboarding or playing guitar.
This project contributes to the UN sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in several ways. Broad access to information about historical efforts to achieve global peace can contribute to promoting the goals of peace, justice and strong institutions (SDG 16) and partnerships (SDG 17).
In order to prevent deaths of salt farmers from toxic gases that erupt from ground when the farmers dig to find water underneath the ground, we developed a low cost toxic gas sensor that could warn farmers at an early stage about presence of toxic gases in that dug out area.