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Akshaj Verma

I worked in the field of deep learning and computer vision research for most of 2020 with Prof. Chiranjib Bhattacharyya at the Machine Learning Lab, Indian Institute of Science which culminated in a AAAI’21 paper. Prior to this, I have worked in the field of data science at KPMG and developed an open-source R package through Google Summer of Code’19.

Apart from this, I've worked on a diverse set of projects. From implementing papers such as model compression through filter pruning using PyTorch to building a full-stack web-app that recognizes over 150 Pokemon using TensorflowJS; I’ve developed the skills required to implement the latest research and also put it into production. Love Manchester United, pre-2010 music, and ATLA.

Tech Stack

  • Languages: Python, R, Javascript
  • Machine Learning: PyTorch, Scikit-Learn, Tidymodels, TensorflowJS
  • Data Analysis: Pandas, Dplyr, Tidyr
  • Visualization: Matplotlib, Ggplot2, Highcharter, Plotly
  • Frontend Web: ReactJS, NextJS, StyledComponents, TailwindCSS
  • Backend Web: NodeJS, ExpressJS, MongoDB

If any of the above sounds interesting and you think we would be a potential fit to work together, send me an invitation to connect and let’s talk!


  1. Investigating the difference in robustness between decoded brain (fMRI) representations versus those learned by CNNs using methods from computational neuroscience and deep learning.


  2. poke-zoo Public

    A deep learning based web-app developed using the MERN stack and Tensorflow.js.

    JavaScript 14 4

  3. Deep learning research implemented on notebooks using PyTorch.

    Jupyter Notebook 55 17

  4. Effect of memory on current response in mice using methods from computational neuroscience and machine learning.


  5. A repository of google-sheets that aim to demystify deep learning concepts through visualization.

  6. PyTorch code train segmentation models on chest-xray images.


430 contributions in the last year

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October 2021

Opened 1 issue in 1 repository
gleitz/howdoi 1 open

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