In my postdoctoral work, I have used optimal control and game theory to study dynamic interventions in networks. I am now focused on developing mathematical decisionmaking tools for epidemic control and policy-making.
In my PhD thesis (supervised by Saswati Sarkar and Santosh Venkatesh), I showed how more granular data can drastically change optimal epidemic policies & responses.
October '19 - I will attend the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA, where I am available for interviews. I will present our work on contact-tracing on Monday 10/21 at 5:30PM in CC-Room 400.
July '19 - I presented our paper on energy-efficient multilayer backbones and co-chaired a session at the IEEE American Control Conference (ACC '19) in dear old Philadelphia, PA!
June '19 - I presented a YINS summer seminar on efficient policies for contact-tracing.
April '19 - Our paper on influence maximization under uncertainty was presented at CAOS '19, a satellite of Infocom '19, in Paris, France.
January '19 - I presented a YINS seminar on dynamic control of spreading processes on networks.
December '18 - I presented our two papers at the presented at the IEEE Conference on Decisions and Control (CDC '18).