About me

I am a PhD student in the Machine Learning Group at the University of Toronto and Vector Institute. My supervisors are Prof. Amir-massoud Farahmand and Prof. Richard Zemel.

My primary research interests are in the security and adversarial robustness of learning algorithms.

Prior to coming to UofT, I studied at the University of Waterloo, where I completed my BASc. in Mechatronics Engineering, and MASc. in Systems Design Engineering. During Masters, I worked at the Vision and Image Processing (VIP) Lab, supervised by Prof. Alex Wong and Prof. David Clausi.

Recent News

Jul 2024: One paper accepted at ECCV’24

Apr 2024: One paper accepted at TMLR

Apr 2024: Accepted as a DAAD AInet fellow for the Postdoc-NeT-AI program on Safety and Security in AI

Nov 2023: One paper accepted with Featured Certification (Top 3% of Accepted Papers) at TMLR

Sep 2022: One paper accepted at BMVC’22

Jul 2021: Accepted to CIFAR DLRL Summer School

May 2021: Joined Samsung AI Center as a research intern

May 2020: Joined Huawei Noah’s Ark Lab as a research intern

Sep 2018: Started PhD at the University of Toronto/Vector Institute under Amir-massoud and Rich

Jun 2018: The projector super-resolution enhancement technique developed during my intern at Christie Digital was patented.

Apr 2018: My Master’s research work on 3D reconstruction technologies was featured on CTV News.