B.E. Degree: Computer Science and Engineering, Punjab Engineering College, India, 2007
M.S. Degree: Information Studies, School of Information, University of Texas at Austin, 2017
Current Research Interests: Her research explores how the nature of technology design, development, and architecture influences organizing and work processes. Currently, she is engaged in a project exploring the role that communicative affordances and constraints of software or code play in organizational meaning-making processes. In another research project, she is studying how critical and complex technologies are consequential for organizing in interdisciplinary contexts including scientific work, policy making, and technology design. As a part of APRON lab, she is conducting computational analysis of how the types of conflict of interest statements published in biomedical journals are associated with trial outcomes. Overall, her work draws from practice theory, demands mixed-methods analysis, and straddles interdisciplinary areas such as Language and Human-Computer interaction, Science and Technology Studies, and Digital Privacy Practices. Her research interests are interdisciplinary and motivated by her formal education in Computer Science and a decade of professional experience as an engineer in the software industry.