I graduated with my Ph.D. in Algorithms, Combinatorics, and Optimization from Carnegie Mellon University in May 2018. I am currently a postdoctoral researcher under Andrea Lodi at Polytechnique Montréal.
- January 2021: I will start as an assistant professor at the University of Florida, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering!
- April 13, 2020: Elias B. Khalil and I are organizing virtual Discrete Optimization Talks (DOTs). Visit the DOT website for the details.
- April 9, 2020: I am keeping a list of virtual seminars.
- Old news: I founded the INFORMS Student Chapter at CMU, which I encourage the CMU community to join. The chapter has been recognized several times by INFORMS for its activities. I was also the founding chair of the YinzOR Student Conference, an annual student-led conference organized by CMU INFORMS.
ResearchMy research is on methodology and applications for discrete decision analytics. In particular, I work on developing new cutting plane techniques, as well as better models and algorithms for computational social choice applications focusing on the fair allocation of indivisible resources.
Cutting plane methods
Partial Hyperplane Activation for Generalized Intersection Cuts
With E. Balas, F. Margot, and S. Nadarajah. Mathematical Programming Computation, 2020.
- Previously appeared as a poster, Computational investigation of generalized intersection cuts, at the Mixed Integer Programming Workshop in 2014, where it won the Best Poster Prize.
V-Polyhedral Disjunctive Cuts
- Winner of the INFORMS Computing Society Student Paper Award at the 2018 INFORMS Annual Meeting. The associated talk is V-polyhedral disjunctive cuts.
- Appeared as a poster, V-polyhedral cuts, at NemFest in 2017.
Cutting Planes by Tilting
- Appeared as a poster, Cutting planes by tilting, at the Mixed Integer Programming Workshop in 2016, where it won an Honorable Mention in the poster competition.
Computational social choice
On Tanking and Competitive Balance: Reconciling Conflicting Incentives
With S. Vardi. Working paper.
- An earlier version was accepted and presented at the Conference on Algorithmic Decision Theory in October 2019.
Small Representations of Big Kidney Exchange Graphs
With J.P. Dickerson, A.D. Procaccia, and T. Sandholm. AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2017.
- Previously presented at EXPLORE workshop at AAMAS 2016, where it was awarded Most Visionary Paper.
Guessing Preferences: A New Approach to Multi-Attribute Ranking and Selection
With P.I. Frazier. Winter Simulation Conference, 2011.