I am a computer science undergraduate at IIITH interested in the intersection of algorithms and complex systems. This includes areas within quantum computing, machine learning and computational economics, where “bits and things” intertwine. Also, I often go by my nickname Arjo and can be found playing poker when bored.
As a research student, I am working on adiabatic quantum computing and entanglement detection under Prof Shantanav Chakraborty and Prof Indranil Chakrabarty. Outside of research, I am also fascinated by history, stand-up comedy and songwriting.
You can’t cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water. (Tagore)
Amongst my friends, I am infamous for being extremely random. But this has some perks too as you get to go through a lot of unique shit and end up being a dweller of many trades. Although, you might often end up finding yourself staring sketchily at cashflow statements or blasting satchels on your own teammates in Valorant (somehow).