Summer Geometry Institute (MIT Geometric Data Processing group, CSAIL)
1. 3D Shape Correspondence via Probabilistic Synchronization of Functional Maps and Riemannian Geometry, Supervisors: Prof. Nina Miolane and Dr. Tolga Birdal
2. Self-similarity loss for shape descriptor learning in correspondence problems, Supervisor: Dr. Tal Shnitzer.
3. Anisotropic Schrödinger Bridge, Supervisor: Prof. Justin Solomon. [Technical Report coming soon!]
Learn IT, Girl! is a global mentorship program for international female students. Under this three-month long mentorship programme, I developed a health assistance mobile application that can analyze user symptoms for disease prediction and provide emergency medical services. During final evaluation, my project was featured among the top 12 projects out of 106.
Other than research, I am deeply fascinated by upcycling (which is creative reuse of waste to make crafts. See my artworks in the upcycling page.) My love for upcycling and computer science excites me to think of machines that have human-level creativity and exciting ways to advance education and art - which is one of the main motivations of my works. 🎨 💻
Our SGI Project on Functional Map Synchronization featured on MIT EECS website.
I love to take part into outreach and volunteer activities. I deeply care about encouraging more women in the field of Computer Science and Engineering. As a member of BWCSE (Bangladeshi Women in Computer Science and Engineering), I actively engage in mentoring my fellow junior students in their academic and research activities. In my free-time, I enjoy reading webtoons.