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Student Representatives

 


Anish Sharma

Anish Sharma

I am Anish Sharma, currently enrolled in the Masters of Applied Computing Fall 2020. As an elected student representative, I currently serve the Master of Applied Computing Committee, the Appointment Committee, and the Faculty of Science Council. So far, it has been a great experience working with the faculty and other committee members. I have learnt a lot in terms of collective decision-making and leadership. I am looking forward to serving my best to represent students and their interests to the committee.


Mehak Taluja

Mehak Taluja

Hello there! Allow me to introduce myself as a Student Representative for the Academic year 2020-21 . While pursuing MAC program, I was thrilled to participate and win the Academic Elections.  I'm a computer science enthusiast who loves to cook in free time. Although, I could spend only 3 months on campus due to COVID, I was fortunate enough to have an inspiring faculty and wonderful staff of the Computer Science Department. The University is amazing, the campus is beautiful, and one will surely have a life-changing experience here!
 
All the best! 
Mehak

Saiteja Danda

Saiteja Danda

I am Saiteja Danda, a master's research student. I am a passionate and self-motivated person who loves to work on Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Data Science problems. I am working on Dr. Rueda’s lab on many fascinating research collaborations. My current focus is on publish a journal paper and looking for a full-time job opportunity. 


Keerthana Madhavan

Keerthana Madhavan

Keerthana Madhavan is a final year undergraduate student studying Honors Computer Science with Software Engineering Specialization at University of Windsor. She is one of the founding members of WiCyS Windsor and was elected to serve as the School of Computer Science Undergraduate Representative. Keerthana also presented at the Canada Undergraduate Computer Science Conference (CUCSC) 2019. She loves learning, reading Books, Music, and of course Netflix, Running, and an avid admirer of new and Innovative Technology. She wants to become a software engineer to develop applications to solve problems surrounding her and the world especially those related to privacy and internet safety. She encourages women around the world to discover Computer Science in general. As the President of WiCyS Windsor, her goal is to showcase chapter members CyberIQ, and bridge the gap between industry and students.


Laila Albalkhi

Laila Albalkhi

Hello! My name is Laila Albalkhi, and I am a first-year student at the University of Windsor, studying Computer Science with a specialization in Software Engineering. Alongside the Computer Science Council, I have worked on two other councils – Outstanding Scholars Council and the Computer Science Society. I am also a senior member of the Mayor’s Youth Leadership Team in Windsor, and I graduated from Vincent Massey Secondary School. I have a growing interest in data visualization, back-end programming, and artificial intelligence.