Hello. Namaste. Bonjour. Kon’nichiwa.

I’m Karan Taneja, first-year Computer Science Ph.D. student at Georgia Tech (Spring 2021). I’m interested in applications of machine learning to spoken, written and visual modalities.

I finished my dual degree program (B.Tech.+M.Tech.) in Electrical Engineering from IIT Bombay in 2020. I did my masters in Communication and Signal Processing and minor in Computer Science and Engineering.


  • October 2020: Paper titled A Bayesian Deep CNN Framework for Reconstructing k-t-Undersampled Resting-fMRI accepted at International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR) 2020 [Preprint].
  • August 2020:
    • Graduated from IIT Bombay with B.Tech. and M.Tech. in Electrical Engineering and minor in Computer Science and Engineering.
    • Awarded with Undergraduate Research Award (URA03) for research work in dual degree (masters) project.
    • Deferred Georgia Tech (Computer Science Ph.D.) offer to Spring’21 because of COVID-19 pandemic.
  • July 2020: Paper titled Improving Low Resource Code-switched ASR using Augmented Code-switched TTS accepted at Interspeech’20. [Preprint]
  • June 2020: Master’s final presentation on ‘A Bayesian CNN Framework for Reconstruction of k-t Undersampled Resting-fMRI’.
  • March 2020: Left IIT Bombay campus as COVID-19 started spreading in Mumbai.
  • January 2020: Teaching Assistant for EE344 Electronic Design Lab (Spring’20).
  • Oct 2019: Master’s phase one presentation on A CNN Framework for Reconstruction of k-t Undersampled Resting-fMRI.
  • Sep 2019:
    • Attended, presented my work, volunteered (and had a lot of fun!) at Interspeech 2019, Graz, Austria.
    • Awarded with Institute Academic Prize 2018-19 from IIT Bombay for rank 1 in EE department.