I’m a Research Fellow at Microsoft Research with the PROSE group, where I work on Program Repair and Formula Intelligence in Excel spreadsheets, advised by Dr. José Cambronero and Dr. Vu Le. I completed my Bachelors in IT and Mathematics from Cluster Innovation Centre, University of Delhi in 2021. I’m broadly interested in working on Neuro-symbolic methods, Natural Language Processing and it’s applications in Program Synthesis and Computational Social Science.
Previously, I was a Research Software Engineer at Supedio GmbH working on Master Data Management, Medical Entity Resolution and Text Extraction from PDFs. I have interned with the research team at DRDO, Govt. of India, where I worked on an Image Segmentation task in a simulated Gazebo environment. I spent a summer at Chennai Mathematical Institute as a Mathematical Finance Summer Scholar, working on sliding-window approaches for finding abnormal rate of returns. I have also interned with the Data Science team at Cronycle, UK, building a production-ready RSS aggregating pipeline. In the summer of 2018, I was a student developer with Google Summer of Code.
I have also had the good fortune to work with Dr. Rajiv Ratn Shah, Dr. Lucie Flek and Dr. Alicia Nobles.
|May 11, 2023||I will be joining Stanford University 🌲 for PhD in Computer Science this fall (‘23) !!!!|
|Feb 8, 2023||Our latest work on LLMs, FLAME: A small language model for spreadsheet formulas, was on the front page of HackerNews and covered by media outlets (TheRegister, techradar)|
|Nov 20, 2022||Our work, “Repair Is Nearly Generation: Multilingual Program Repair with LLMs” has been accepted at AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2023 (Core A*)!|
|Oct 2, 2022||Ran my first 10k! Completed 10.55 Km in 58 mins!!|
|Sep 9, 2022||Thrilled to share that our work on “Neurosymbolic Repair for Low-Code Formula Languages” has been accepted at OOPSLA 2022, a premier programming languages conference! This is my first work at Microsoft PROSE!|
selected publications (all)
- FLAME: A small language model for spreadsheet formulasarXiv preprint arXiv:2301.13779 2023
- Repair Is Nearly Generation: Multilingual Program Repair with LLMsProceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 37 2023
- Neurosymbolic Repair for Low-Code Formula LanguagesIn Proceedings of the ACM on Programming Languages (OOPSLA2) 2022