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Tejal Bhamre

Tejal Bhamre


Department Physics/PACM
Faculty Adviser Amit Singer
Year of Study G6
Undergraduate Institution IIT Bombay
Undergraduate Major Engineering Physics


Personal Bio
I am a graduate student in Physics/Applied Math at Princeton University. I completed my undergraduate education in Engineering Physics, with Honors in Physics, at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, in 2011.
Fun Fact

Outside research, I enjoy painting, photography, singing, adventure sports and reading.

Research Keywords
Signal Processing, Optimization, Machine Learning
Research Pitch

I work on developing algorithms for 3D structure reconstruction of macromolecules using cryo-electron microscopy. The motivation for this problem is to answer biological questions related to small protein structures that have so far remained unresolved. We employ techniques from machine learning, statistical estimation theory, convex optimization, signal processing and numerical linear algebra. I am interested in applying machine learning and statistical techniques to solve real world problems, broadly in the computer vision and NLP space.

Meet and Greet 10/12  
Meet and Greet 10/13 Will be available via Skype
Meet and Greet 10/17
Meal for Mentoring 11/14 Will be available via Skype
Meal for Mentoring 11/15 Will be available via Skype

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