At BU I am a member of the Data Management Lab@BU.
My research interests are in the area of algorithmic data mining
A long version of my CV is here (updated Feb. 2015).
My Google Scholar page is here.
Awards and Funding
My research is funded by the following sources:
Microsoft Faculty Fellowship (2010)
NSF Award: “ SCOPE: A smart-city Cloud-based Open Platform and Ecosystem", (2014-2017)
Gifts from Yahoo! and Google.
I am working with the following students:
Ben Lawson (BU Undergraduate)
Natali Ruchansky (PhD 2016,
currently a postdoctoral fellow at USC)
Dora Erdos (PhD student, now a
post-doctoral researcher at Brown University)
George Brova (MA/BA student, now a PhD
student at UIUC)
After an amazing sabbatical year, I am back to teaching. In Fall 2016 I am teaching CS 565.
In the past I have taught Data Mining (CS 565) for six years, Combinatorial structures (CS 131) for four years and multiple seminars. The most recent seminar I taught was in Spring 2015 a seminar on ‘‘Data Analysis in Python".
For more information see: more
Recent PC Memberships
ICML 2016 (Senior PC)
WWW 2015 (Graph and Social Network trak co-chair)