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Kinjal Patel

PhD Candidate

Toronto, Canda

kinjalp.patel@mail.utoronto.ca


About Me

I am a PhD candidate at University of Toronto. I am part of Toronto Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory(TRAIL) supervised by Prof. Steven Waslander. My current research focuses on applicability of Mixture Density Network(MDN) to Visual Odometry, and exploration of the uncertainty representation in MDNs.


Education

University of Toronto
2017 - Current

PhD, Aerospace Science and Engineering


Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
2011 - 2013

M.Tech, Systems and Control Engineering


Industrial Experience

Software Engineer 2, Xilinx
Aug 2013 - Feb 2017

I worked on the development of software channels for communication between applications and ARM Trusted Firmware for encryption and security use-cases. I developed and maintened Board Support Packages for ARM A53, A9 and R5 processors. I was also a part of the subgroup developing openAMP framework between ARM A53 and R5 to provide necessary logistics for baremetal packages. Furthermore, I was also leading the maintenance of FreeRTOS support on ARM A53, R5 and A9.