Chaitali Diwan is a PhD student at IIITB. She has 9.5 years of software development experience in MNCs like Samsung India Research Centre, Qwest Telecom Software Services and Accenture Services. She has majorly worked on Web technologies, data-centric applications, data workflows during her tenure in software industry. She has completed her MTech from IIITB in Data Science and B.E in Computer Science from VTU. Her research interests are Knowledge Representation and Management, Social Machines, Semantic and Web Mining.
I am pursuing research from International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore. I am interested in Information Retrieval, Data mining, Modelling real world data.
I have worked in Manipal Institute of Technology as Assistant professor for 2.5 years. I completed my masters from IIIT Bangalore specializing in database and information systems.
I am part of the Web Sciences Lab (WSL) at IIIT Bangalore.
I am pursuing research in Data Science at the International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore. The Semantic Web, Knowledge Representation and Inference problems over arbitrary data sets are my research interests. Currently, I am working largely on structured datasets and associated inferencing and interpretation of knowledge that can be gleaned from datasets on data.gov.in and other public domain. My focus is on developing unique models that can bring Knowledge Representation and Reasoning models, Semantic Web technologies, Machine Learning and Graph Networks together to better understand data
and it’s context.
Prior to entering academics, I was working in the industry. I have over 20 years of IT experience that includes Large Program Management in the Retail, Telecom and Financial domains spanning diverse technologies (Business Intelligence and Analytics, Custom Applications, Managed Services Engagements) worth multi-million dollar revenues & spread across multiple geographies, Customer Acquisition and Retention, Process & Product Quality Assurance across delivery units, Managing Competency Groups / Centre of Excellence and Stakeholder Management covering Finance & Legal units & Partner Ecosystems.
I am part of the Web Sciences Lab (WSL) at IIIT Bangalore. Please checkout linkedin profile for more details.
Sharath Srivatsa is a MS by Research (part-time) student at Web Science Lab. He has Bachelor’s degree in Information Science and Engineering from B.M.S. College of Engineering, Bangalore. He has 12 years of work experience in development using Web Technologies and from past 3 years he is working in Data Analytics projects with current employer. He has worked on Sentiment Analysis using Natural Language Processing (NLP), Web Crawlers and Big Data. His areas of interest include Natural Language Understanding (NLU), Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Web Science. For more, please visit his Linkedin Profile.
Jaya is a PhD (part-time) student at Web Science Lab. She holds a M.Tech in Computer & Information Science and B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering from Cochin University of Science & Technology (CUSAT), Cochin. She has been working at the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (CAIR), Bangalore since 2009. She has worked on the design and development of systems based on Natural Language Text Processing and Knowledge Management technologies. Currently she is working on semantic summarization from user generated text reports. Her research interests include: Natural Language Text Processing with emphasis on Information Extraction and summarization, Knowledge Representation and Machine Learning.
Raksha P.S is a PhD Student at Web Science Lab. She has a Master’s degree in Web Technology from PES Institute Of Technology, Bangalore and Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from K S Institute Of Technology, Bangalore. Prior to joining IIITB she has worked as a Big Data Engineer at Cogknit Semantics Pvt Ltd, Bangalore. Previously she has worked on Ontology Based Semantic Data Validation, Big Data, Data Visualization using D3.js, Web Crawlers and Developing Learning Management System. Currently she is working on Characterizing online social cognition as a marketplace of opinions. For more, please visit her Linkedin Profile.