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Saksham Singhal
Contact

Phone: +1 (412) 636-7043
E-mail: sakshams@andrew.cmu.edu
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sakshamsinghal

Education

Carnegie Mellon University, School of Computer Science, Pittsburgh, PA
Dec ’17
Master of Science, Computational Data Science
GPA: 3.96/4.0
International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad, India
May ’16
Bachelor of Technology, Computer Science
GPA: 8.48/10

Relevant Courses CMU: Intro to Machine Learning, Machine Learning for Large Datasets, Search Engines, Adv.
Multi-modal Machine Learning, Distributed Systems
IIIT H: Artificial Intelligence, Optimization Methods, Information Retrieval and Extraction, Datawarehousing and Data Mining.
Skills

Programming Languages: Python, C, C++, Java, R
Frameworks and Tools: MySQL, AWS, Apache Spark, Apache Hive, Elastic Search, MongoDB

Experience

Machine Learning Intern, Adobe San Jose, United States
Summer ’17
Interned with the Adobe Search and Sensei team. Built federated query auto-completion microservice from scratch which will become a part of Adobe Universal Search Service. Also, built a
source affinity model for query classification to understand intent of the query.
Research Intern, IIIT Hyderabad, India
Summer ’15
Interned with the Center for Data Engineering lab under Prof. Vikram Pudi. Developed the
hypothesis for concept-based communities in citation networks for analyzing similarity in nodes.
This work was accepted at IEEE International Conference on Data Mining 2015 (ICDM)

Projects

Attention Routing for Fraud Detection
Spring ’17
Built a scalable visualization tool for directing attention towards fraudulent nodes in graphs. Tractability of the tool extends from detecting simple outliers to even micro-clusters of suspicious activity.
Visual Question Answering System
Spring ’17
Improving the state-of-the-art Visual-QA models using deep reinforcement learning over the glimpses
in the image. Improved the performance on unseen category of questions using zero shot learning.
Learning to Rank
Fall ’16
Built a complete search engine over ClueWeb09 dataset from scratch. Incorporated additional features like query expansion using pseudo relevance feedback, SVM model for feature based re-ranking
retrieval and diversity based retrieval model
Predicting Crime in Pittsburgh
Fall ’16
Modelled crime events in Pittsburgh using Gaussian Processes and ETAS model from both spatial
and temporal perspective to predict the amount of crime in an arbitrary neighborhood.
Dynamic Memory Allocator
Summer ’16
Implemented a dynamic memory allocator for C (64 bit systems) using heap’s virtual address space.
Used segregated free lists to maximize throughput and utilization.
Ranking in Citation Network and Modelling Topic Evolution
Spring ’15
Implemented ranking for research articles, conferences and authors to model topics and their evolution over time on DBLP dataset. Incorporated frequent item-set mining for topic modelling using
only the abstract of the article.


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