I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, hosted by Profs. George J. Pappas and Alejandro Ribeiro. I am affiliated with GRASP, Alelab, and PRECISE.
Prior to that, I was a postdoctoral research associate at the Department of Operations Research & Financial Engineering (ORFE), Princeton University, hosted by Prof. Warren B. Powell, and affiliated with CASTLE Labs. I received the PhD degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering with double distinction from Rutgers University, USA, under the guidance of Prof. Athina P. Petropulu.
My research interests are in machine learning, reinforcement learning, optimization, artificial intelligence, sequential decision making, and risk.
I am also interested in applications in the areas of autonomous and distributed systems, network control, wireless communications, and security/privacy.
- New paper on model-free learning of optimal resource allocations in wireless systems under preparation; preprint available soon! July 11, 2019
- Officially starting as a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of ESE, UPenn June 1, 2019
- I will be an invited speaker at the INFORMS Annual Meeting (October 2019, Seattle, WA), Session on Risk-Averse Stochastic Programming: Theory and Applications May 3, 2019
- Abstract on Zeroth-order Risk-Averse Optimization accepted to the XV International Conference on Stochastic Programming (ICSP), July/August 2019, Trondheim, Norway May 3, 2019
- New paper submitted to SPAWC 2019: “Joint Beamforming and Dynamic Relay Positioning for mmWave Urban Communications” (shortly on Arxiv) March 9, 2019
- New paper accepted to AISTATS 2019: “Learning Tree Structures from Noisy Data” December 22, 2018