I am studying Computer Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.
Currently, I am researching the reliability and resilience of deep neural networks by developing a run-time fault injection tool to model bit flips within neurons in the hidden layer using PyTorch.
I am passionate about using technology to give back to my community. Recently, I’ve been working to make computer science education and software engineering more accessible through elore, the open-source collective I co-founded at MIT.
In addition, I am currently working as a software developer for Hack4Impact, where I work to develop software for non-profit organizations.
Through my travels, I became passionate about taking photos of the different places I have explored. I put some of them up at photos.neerajaggarwal.com.
You can see how I work at blog.neerajaggarwal.com, where I post some things I find helpful to keep me productive.
Outside of larger projects, I like to work on smaller projects in my free time. Here are some of my notable side projects: