Hi, I am a third-year DPhil (PhD) student in the Torr Vision Group at the University of Oxford working under the supervision of Prof. Philip H. S. Torr. I am a Rhodes Scholar from Pakistan for 2016. Before joining Oxford, I worked as a software developer at Mentor Graphics for more than three years developing Mentor Embedded Hypervisor. Prior to that, I did my undergraduate in Electrical Engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore where I graduated at the top of my class.

I am exploring the use of Deep Learning in solving vision. My goal is to design agents that can learn continually over an indefinite period of time. To achieve this continual/ life-long learning type of a scenario, I am trying to solve catastrophic forgetting in neural nets these days.

When I am not in my lab, I can be seen riding my bicycle in the lamplit Oxford alleys.