Hi! I'm Advait Saravade, a code-writing, computational math student at Carleton University.

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About Advait πŸ€”

I'm a 2nd year undergrad in the Department of Mathematics at Carleton University. I am based in the picturesque city of Ottawa, Canada and am passionate about finding new ways to use computers to solve problems.

I'm experienced in android app development, the web, and python.

Work Experience πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»

Mumbai, IND
Jun' 2018 - Aug' 2018
Python Intern β€” NetMonastery Network Security
I worked on Security Operations, Analytics & Reporting for the DNIF console. I had the privilege of contributing code to NetMonastery’s open source GitHub repository and deployed multiple validation and response plugins.
Mumbai, IND
Jun' 2017 - Sep' 2017
Deep Learning Intern β€” Smokescreen Technologies
I worked to develop tools that used Deep Learning algorithms to generate human-like patterns to thwart cyber-attacks. I used the Python language extensively with keras, TensorFlow, and AWS.

Education πŸ€“

Self Learning β€” From each job, class, co-worker, book, article, meet-up or life experience
This is how I've grown up. It is how I know 80% of of what I know, and how I can improve it. At the moment I'm learning #Cryptography
Ottawa, CAN
Sep' 2018 - Present
Computational Mathematics Student, Bachelor Degree β€” Carleton University
I'm studying for my mathematics degree at Carleton in Canada. This is where I am learning #AppliedAnalysis, #MathematicalProofs, #DiscreteMath, #Probability
Vancouver, CAN
Sep' 2016 - Sep' 2018
Applied Sciences Student, Bachelor Degree β€” University of British Columbia
I used to study Engineering at UBC in Vancouver for 2 years before switching my degree and university. This is where I learned #MineralProcessing, #Geology, #MineralExtraction
If you want to know what other amazing professionals that I admire and have worked with think about me, check my Linkedin.

Currently Reading πŸ“–

Applied Cryptography Bruce Schneier This book is quite the authoritative text on applied cryptography, and is seeming like a great reference manual rather than a beginners guide to cryptography. I am learning a lot, but not at the pace I usually like. I plan on swapping this book with another very soon, but it's still going to remain on my shelf, you know, just in case I want to dig deeper into a certain protocol or cipher.

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