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You can also call me a software developer, experienced developer/designer, interaction, UI, UX, or any other market-defined function title. I prefer to keep learning, continue challenging myself and do interesting things that matter. My abundant energy fuels me in the pursuit of many interests, hobbies, areas of study, and artistic endeavors. I’m a fast learner, able to collect new skills and juggle different projects and roles with relative ease. I primarily consume JAVSCRIPT, however, picking up new technology or language isn't a problem. I have extensive programming experience and I'm comfortable developing on the frontend or backend as well as setting up or managing infrastructure.
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Innovative and deadline-driven Application designer and developer with 2+ years of experience designing and developing user-centered application from initial concept to final, polished deliverable.
JODHPUR INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, INDIA
ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION
Aggregate - 77.1%
KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA NO.1 AFS JODHPUR, INDIA
12th | CBSE | Aggregate - 78.40%
10th | CBSE | Aggregate - 85.50%
TACTILE SENSE TECHNOLOGIES PVT.LTD.JODHPURUnity 3D Game Development. My role to achieve hand-on experience on Unity3d software and build 3d game prototype.
TACTILE SENSE TECHNOLOGIES PVT.LTD.JODHPURWorked on hardware prototype of microsoft hololens, and Development game in unity3D, 3d modelling character in blender.
CENTRE FOR AIR BORNE SYSTEM (CABS), DRDO, BANGALOREAircraft designing and Aircraft testing using advance CRO. R&D on how holographic picture Works.
MIND FIELD INSTITUTE AND RESEARCH LAB, JODHPURPCB designing using software and coding.
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHONOLOGY,BOMBAY (SMART ENERGY INFORMATICS LAB)
Guide: Prof.Krithi Ramamritham
SUSTLABS - SINE INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,BOMBAY
AUXESIS GROUP/ AUXLEDGER / CASHAA
Node Express website
e-Energy '20: Proceedings of the Eleventh ACM International Conference on Future Energy SystemsJune 2020 Pages 293–298https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/3396851.3397738
Imbalances in electricity supply and demand are a significant problem in developing countries resulting in rolling blackouts/load shedding. Due to the inconvenience caused by blackouts, several brownout (partial blackout) strategies have been proposed. In this paper, we resort to keeping the electricity demand of a household within a specified threshold. Our approach combines two distinct methods of end-point load (appliance) control: priority-based techniques and combinatorial optimization-based techniques to create a hybrid approach that gives users flexibility in configuring their preferences on-the-fly. We have quantified the user preferences using the Analytical Hierarchy Process, which is useful for solving such Multi-Criteria Decision-Making problems.