Residence: Hyderabad, India
School: Osmania University
Intended Major: Electronics Engineering
Age: 23 years old
She earned a B.S. in Engineering in Electronics and Communications from Osmania University. She is currently employed as a software engineer at J.P. Morgan in Hyderabad. She is proficient in a variety of programming languages including Java, HTML, CSS, and others.
What challenges did she face?
- Early empirical results from the Mentorship Program revealed that second-order differencing might be required to make the time series stationary for analysis. Her research revealed that significant outliers in the data were the source of the evidence supporting second-order differencing.
- Academic research includes resolving difficult empirical challenges like these, and the student was exceptionally successful in her resolution.
The mentor is a lecturer who teaches Statistics and Financial Mathematics at MIT. Some of his past clients include Citibank, Colonial/Liberty Funds, American Express and Canon.
How did our program help her?
- Although she has already graduated from university, she would like to enhance her resume for future job applications.s part of an example work done during the program: