I am currently pursuing my PhD in Computer Science at University of Maryland Baltimore County advised by Hamed Pirsiavash. I am broadly interested in identifying and mitigating adversarial vulnerabilities in deep learning models.
My research has involved studying Backdoor Attacks in CNNs - curating attacks and building fast solutions to identify backdoors. I have also investigated how spatial context introduces vulnerabilities in fast object detectors like YOLO and how to train detectors robust to contextual adversarial patches.
Last summer, I was an Applied Scientist Intern at Amazon Rekognition and Video.
Summer of 2019, I was an intern at Matroid where I developed Computer Vision solutions for Matroid studio. I was advised by Reza Zadeh and Danny Jeck. I implemented OpenPose by CMU to run end-to-end inference on Tensorflow GPU for 2D human body pose estimation. It's now featured on Matroid Studio. Try it out here: Matroid Public Detectors
Prior to this, I was a Software Engineer at Samsung Research Institute Bangalore, India where I was part of the DRAM Group in the Memory Team of Samsung Semiconductor India Research.
Most recent publications on Google Scholar.
Aniruddha Saha*, Akshayvarun Subramanya*, Koninika Patil, Hamed Pirsiavash
CVPR 2020 Workshop on Adversarial Machine Learning in Computer Vision
Soheil Kolouri*, Aniruddha Saha*, Hamed Pirsiavash, Heiko Hoffmann
CVPR 2020 Oral
Aniruddha Saha, Akshayvarun Subramanya, Hamed Pirsiavash
AAAI 2020 Oral
An Adaptive Foreground-Background Separation Method for Effective Binarization of Document Images Paper
Bishwadeep Das, Showmik Bhowmik, Aniruddha Saha, Ram Sarkar
Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Soft Computing and Pattern Recognition (SoCPaR 2016)
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