Data Scientist

Aditya Mhaske,


I'm Aditya!

I completed my Master’s degree in Data Science at Indiana University, Bloomington. During my studies, I served as a Data Scientist at the Kelley School of Business and also undertook a Data Science Internship at Twin Cities Innovation Alliance. In these roles, my primary focus areas included LLM, NLP, A/B testing, and Statistical Modeling.

Beyond my academic pursuits, my interests span finance, geopolitics, economics, and marketing, which I've actively shared insights about through published articles on Medium.

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Skills Expertise

  • Python
  • R
  • SQL
  • C++ 
  • JavaScript.
  • MySQL 
  • PostgreSQL
  • MongoDB 
  • Hive 
  • BigQuery
Tools & Framework
  • Tableau
  • PowerBI
  • Excel
  • MapReduce
  • Spark
  • Docker
Cloud Technology
  • Azure
  • AWS (EC2, S3, RDS)
  • Google Cloud Platform (Firebase, Cloud Run, MongoDB)

Areas of Interest

Take a look at some of the things I love working on.

Cloud Compute

I develop and deploy machine learning systems using AWS.


I tackle complex questions using advanced text analytics.

Machine Learning

I'm driven by a passion for exploring the forefront of ML theory.

Parallel Computing

HIVE, Hadoop, and Spark are my go-to tools for high-performance computing.

Data Analysis

I excel at storytelling through data and delivering effective solutions.


Working with my team, we create winning strategies together.

Highlighted Work

Few Interested topics and projects

Patent: Smart Glasses for Monocular Vision

designed smart glasses to assist individuals with monocular vision. The glasses utilized Convolution Neural Network and YOLOv3 for depth perception and object recognition

Project: Financial Data Analysis using MongoDB and Pandas

The project involved querying financial data stored in a MongoDB database and exploratory data analysis. Using MongoDB as the data storage solution, I accessed and retrieved financial data from the database

Article: Solutions in Achieving Self-Reliance in India’s API Industry

The article discusses the dependency of the Indian pharmaceutical industry on China for APIs. It highlights factors such as cost advantage and inadequate financing, infrastructure

Contact Information

Indiana University, Bloomington
Master of Science in Data Science