Hello !

NOTE. My KTH Blog has been moved to another location, you can see it here.

I currently work at Volvo Group Trucks Technology as a Embedded Hardware Engineer, working in the role of Global Component Responsible for the (Exhaust) Aftertreatment Control Module. I am the Hardware responsible for the maintenance and development of this ECU.

Previously, I was working at Volvo Group Trucks Technology in the department of Advanced EE Engineering  as a Hardware technology engineer. I was involved in multiple projects focused on vehicle automation and electrical architecture upgrade.

Before Volvo

I studied at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden from 2015 to 2017. I did my master’s in Embedded Systems with my specialization in Embedded Electronics. I completed my bachelor’s in 2012 from India and worked for three years before I decided to pursue this Master’s program. During this span of three years between my education, I worked at multiple places in multiple profiles including a start-up company, a multinational company, and a research lab. During 2016, I used to work part-time at Smart Mobility Lab (ITRL) at KTH. Currently, I worked on my Master’s thesis project at Volvo group trucks technology in the department of advanced technology & research. My thesis project is a part of the design of I/O nodes for the electric control units of commercial vehicles.
See Education DetailsWork Experience Details

During the period of 2 years at KTH, apart from the courses, I worked on many projects at and outside the school. Recently, I worked on a project proposed by the metal cutting tool company, Sandvik Coromant. The project was aimed at developing an energy harvesting solution for smart cutting tools. Before that, I worked in the hardware design team for the Single-event upset detector sub-project for the KTH Student satellite. I also worked on an external project, where we worked with Gestural Obligato, a system that captures the motions of an artist and transmits it wirelessly to a station, which converts it into musical sounds.
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In addition to my technical interests, I am also a photographer and a blogger. I was one of the International Student Bloggers for KTH (My blog is archived here) and also curated a photo project called KTH-Faces, I also worked with the team of photographers responsible for covering Scandinavia’s largest career fair Armada in October-November 2015. I also worked as the Light and Sound director for the Student Nobel NightCap 2016, which was an after party in the honor of Nobel Week.
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