I am a 2nd-year CS MSc student working under the supervision of Prof. Angel Xuan Chang at the Simon Fraser University. My research aims to answer how humans jointly see and describe objects and their relationships, and how A.I. could elicit such understanding of the world.
I spent 3 years as a bachelor student in Software Engineering at CEIT at the Amirkabir University of Technology. I implemented a mid-level PyTorch based framework for visual question answering as a part of my undergrad thesis under the supervision of Prof. Mohammad Rahmati.
Formerly, I was a member of Bio-intelligence Research Lab at the SUT under the supervision of Prof. Ali Ghazizadeh, where we focused to develop new Visual Recognition models for identification, classification and segmentation of diseases in medical images. I usually craft anything with Python and I am deeply in love with Linear Algebra, Statistics and Machine Learning Theory as well.
My favorite quote by E.A. Bucchianeri: “The most beautiful moments always seemed to accelerate and slip beyond one’s grasp just when you want to hold onto them for as long as possible.”