Harshit Trivedi is a research intern at the ANU Cybercrime Observatory, working under the supervision of Professor Roderic Broadhurst and is currently assisting Roderic in his study on detection and defense mechanism of malicious spam email messages. He hopes to extend the existing study to implement supervised learning to detect and prevent malicious spams.
Harshit is currently a student at the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science pursuing a Master of Computing and specializing in Artificial Intelligence. Upon completion of this degree, he hopes to take up a research based role in the field of Machine Learning or Natural Language Processing. For now, he likes to teach young kids how to program and make their own mobile games at CodeCamp Australia.
Originally from India, he has completed his Bachelor of Technology majoring in Computer Science & Engineering, where he was exposed to the field of Artificial Intelligence for the first time. Before coming to ANU, Harshit has worked as a System Developer at Samsung Engineering India for close to 2 years.
Besides studies and work, Harshit has a keen interest in music and sports. He was a bassist in his college band performing in various gigs and inter-college battles. He has also played cricket and badminton at school, college and corporate level.
Cyber Terror and Cyber Warfare; Machine Learning; Natural Language Processing; Distributed Denial of Service Attacks; Computational Neuroscience; Cognitive Computing.