I am a first-year PhD student at MIT EECS co-advised by Professors Tess Smidt and Tommi Jaakkola. I am broadly interested in AI for scientific discovery and the interplay between symmetry and machine learning.
Previously, I completed my M.S. in Computer Science at the University of Oxford as a DeepMind scholar and my B.S. in Mathematics with Computer Science at MIT.
Publications and preprints
Splintering with distributions: A stochastic decoy scheme for private computation
Praneeth Vepakomma, Julia Balla, Ramesh Raskar
Over-squashing in Graph Neural Networks
Final blog post for MIT 6.S898: Deep Learning
Final paper for MIT 18.204: Seminar in Discrete Mathematics