Debadeep Sen

Ph.D. student

Computer Science

North Carolina State University



I am Debadeep Sen, a Ph.D. student in Computer Science at North Carolina State University. My research interests currently involve machine learning, data mining, human-computer interaction including intelligent user interfaces, and intelligent tutoring systems. I am working under the guidance of Dr. Min Chi. In Fall 2016, I am working as a teaching assistant to Dr. David Roberts for the course "Game Engine Foundations".

Prior to coming back to N.C. State as a Ph.D. student, I obtained my Master of Computer Science degree in 2012, also from N.C. State. I hold a Bachelor of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering degree from Jadavpur University (Kolkata, India) which I graduated from in 2007. I also have a good amount of experience in the information technology industry, having worked with challenging and large-scale projects at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Measurement Incorporated. My technical skills span over several languages and technologies, such as C, C++, C#, ASP.NET, PHP, Java, and JavaScript, including JavaScript frameworks like jQuery and Knockout.

Apart from my curricular research, I am a person of varied interests. I have been involved with independent video game companies in the past and have plans to start my own some day, I've worked at a couple of successful start-up companies, and have several hobbies which include but are not limited to - photography, graphic design, singing, and voice acting. A sample of my photography can be found here. There are more on my Facebook page, Phosphorescence.

My latest resume can be found here.