Papers and Presentations

  • This page lists a mostly-complete set of preprints, camera-ready copies, and slides for tutorials that Swapneel has presented to audiences.

  • For published articles on technology look up his contributions to the Open Source for You (OSFY) Magazine

  • For citations, visit his Google Scholar Page

University of Mumbai

  1. Invited Talk on Internships offered to several batches of students across sophomore and junior year of Computer Science/Engineering.

  2. Invited Talk on Building a Career in Machine Learning for sophomores and juniors from Computer Engg., Electronics Engg., Mechanical Engg. and faculty members at Rizvi College of Engineering, Mumbai.


  1. DeepJet: A Machine Learning Framework for High-energy Physics

  2. Autograding for 3D Modeling Assignments in MOOCs

  3. [Draft] Anomaly Detection for Network Connection Logs

  4. A Big Data Architecture for the Detection of Anomalies in Database Connection Logs


  1. DeepJet: A Machine Learning Environment for High-energy Physics winner of the Google Cloud Award at the Deep Learning Indaba, Stellenbosch, South Africa (2018).
  2. DeepJet: A Machine Learning Environment for High-energy Physics at the Machine Learning Summer School, Madrid (2018).


I have given a set of talks on topics including internships, working in quantum physics (from a Computer Scientist’s perspective), my work at CERN on deep learning for jet physics, and a project presentation from my work at IIT Bombay and Microsoft Research.

CERN: The DeepJet Framework

Package for training and evaluation of deep neural networks for high-energy physics.

  1. Talk at the Machine Learning Working Group Meeting, April 2018

  2. Talk at the CMS Machine Learning Workshop, July 2018

  3. Invited talk for the CVIT Lab, Indian Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad:

Please note the references for the CVIT (IIIT-H) talk in the last slide of the presentation titled ‘The DeepJet Framework.’ Some of the slides used are (as cited) from various presentations for the public built by different researchers at the CMS Experiment.

Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

  1. Microsoft Research Project Presentation, Eklavya Summer Internship (2016)