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About Me

Hi! I'm Tanvi and I'm an incoming freshman studying Computer Science at Stanford University. My interests lie in machine learning, mathematics, and advocacy---in high school, I published research on detecting hateful memes using machine learning, took undergraduate-level mathematics courses at Euler Circle, and co-founded SAPP, an organization promoting menstrual health. Feel free to contact me below! I'm always happy to chat.

Hateful Memes

I worked with my mentor Nitya Mani, an MIT graduate student, on interpretable machine learning models that classify hateful memes. Our work was published in the 2021 ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction and presented at the NeurIPS Women in Machine Learning workshop.

USC NSL Internship

I interned at the USC Networked Systems Lab in the summer of 2021 under Dr. Ramesh Govindan. During the internship, I surveyed past 3D machine learning papers and used the CARLA simulator to create automatically-labelled datasets as larger and more representative replacements for human-annotated ones. Check out my padlet below for more info!


Students Against Period Poverty (SAPP), is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit focusing on menstrual health advocacy. In the past, we've held donation drives for homeless and domestic violence shelters, donating 45,000 menstrual products to those in need. We also ran an educational summit with 70+ attendees in 2021 and advocated at the local level.

Euler Circle

I took undergraduate-level math classes taught by Dr. Simon Rubinstein-Salzedo from Spring 2020---Spring 2022. The classes I took included abstract algebra, Markov chains, generating functions, and differential geometry, and I wrote an expository paper on related material for each class; you can read a few below.