Research Experience

Research Assistantship

Visualization and Data Analytics Lab (ViDA), NYU, New York, USA

  • Building an intelligent modular sports tracking system
    • High-speed cameras for tracking players and the ball
    • Precise audio/video synchronization for game events detection
    • Edge processing with Nvidia Jetson
  • Designed a novel subsurface light scattering acquisition device
    • Based on custom light field camera
    • Capable of measuring up to 3 mm of anisotropic subsurface scattering
    • Paper published at International Symposium on Electronic Imaging 2020 and patent filed

Center for Urban Science + Progress (CUSP), NYU, New York, USA

  • Developing Reconfigurable Environmental Intelligence Platform (REIP)
    • Sensors network with edge processing for in situ insight generation
    • Supported by NSF Award 1828576
    • Based on Nvidia Jetson


Laboratoire de Physique Nucléaire et de Hautes Energies (LPNHE), UPMC, Paris, France

  • Development of a pixel sensor based telescope
    • Implemented an FPGA based readout system for FE-I4 pixel sensors
    • Evaluated performance of the system at test-beam in CERN
    • Designed an algorithm for optimization of track patterns of charged particles
  • Advanced testing of the Associative Memory chip (AMchip)
    • Improved test-bench developed during previous internship
    • Established 2 Gbps serial links for full emulation of AMchip’s working environment
    • Added support of overclocking and power consumption measurements
  • Evaluation of the Associative Memory chip for ATLAS Fast TracKer (FTK)
    • Developed an FPGA based test-bench supporting JTAG protocol
    • Integrated 100 Mbps Ethernet connection into the system
    • Conducted performance tests for AMchip04
    • Supervisors: Dr. Giovanni Calderini and Francesco Crescioli, Ph.D.

Summer School

Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Hamburg, Germany

  • Study of field distortions in Time Projection Chamber (TPC) and their influence on resolution
    • Performed simulations of electron transport in Gaseous Electron Multipliers (GEMs)
    • Improved Garfield++ interface for CST™ Electromagnetic Studio
    • Supervisor: Klaus Zenker, Ph.D.