I am honored to have been chosen twice for the Fermilab LHC Physics Center (LPC) Distinguished Researcher Fellowship in 2018 and 2019. As part of the proposal-based fellowship, I worked on developing latest machine learning techniques to detector development and advanced data analysis, with a focus on rare Higgs boson decays and High-Luminosity LHC Detector Upgrade. During the 2018 Fermilab LHC Physics Center (LPC) Distinguished Researcher Fellowship, I worked on machine learning for Higgs decays to fermions and trigger applications.
In 2017, I have been appointed the convener of the CMS Machine Learning Forum (2017-2019). I have additionally been selected to represent the United States in Pan-American Advanced Studies Institute (one of two such selections) and was also one of the US LHC Users Association lightning-round winners in 2016. I was DESY Research Fellow from 2012-2015.