I completed my doctoral degree (dual-award) in Information Technology/Media Technology from Caulfield School of Information Technology at Monash University, Caulfield Campus, Melbourne, Australia and Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, Luleå University of Technology, Luleå, Sweden in 2013. My supervisors were Prof. Arkady Zaslavasky, Dr. Dipanjan ChakrabortyProf. Kåre Synnes and Prof. David Abramson. I am interested in Mobile, Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing, esp. Context, Presence and Activity analysis.

Currently, I am visiting the CSIRO ICT Centre in Canberra, Australia. I can be found here: Building 108, Australian National University, North Road, Acton, Canberra, Australia. Here, I am working under the guidance of my PhD supervisor, Prof Arkady Zaslavsky.

At Monash, I can usually be found in DSSE, Building H, Caulfield Campus. You can contact me at: Saguna[dot]Saguna[at]monash[dot]edu. Below are some of pictures of Monash University campus as well as Melbourne city. Most of them are taken by me except pictures 1 and 2. Melbourne is one of the most beautiful cities to be living and working as a student.

Melbourne St Paul's Cathedral

When I am visiting Luleå, Sweden as part of my PhD program which is the northernmost university in Scandinavia. I can be found in Room A3309, Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering, Luleå University of Technology. You can contact me in LTU at Saguna[dot]Saguna[at]ltu[dot]se. Below are some pictures of LTU campus. Some of them are taken by me.

I have worked as a Teaching Assistant for sometime now both at Monash University and LTU. The details can be found in the teaching section.


When I am not working, I do a number of other things. I like photography, traveling, cycling, basketball, badminton, hiking and camping, cooking, painting, watching movies and reading tech magazines. Also, I learned Bharatnatyam (it is a form of Indian classical dance) but it has been many years since I practiced it. I would love to get back to it sometime in the near future.


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