I completed my BSc in Computer Science from Habib University, Pakistan’s first liberal arts university, with a 100% merit scholarship, in June 2021. This July 2021, I presented a paper at IEEE’s IGARSS online Conference in Belgium. The publication was titled “Satellite Image Future Landscape Prediction Using Conditional Adversarial Networks”. Furthermore, staying within the realm of satellite images, my final year project was an application of deep learning in astrophysics and cosmology. Namely, predicting redshifts of galaxies represented in UGRIZ images, gathered and processed from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Data Release 12. This is where I discovered my fascination with the cosmological applications of machine learning. Reflecting my passion for research, I was awarded the Computer Science Department’s Undergraduate Research Award. I am currently a researcher at the same university, working on a project funded by the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. My role includes full-stack development, machine learning, and agent-based modeling. My research interests include using computer vision, and machine learning for different applications, specifically in cosmology.