Latest news:

May 1, 2014:

Our paper on graph structure anomaly detection got accepted at SIGMOD'14

Mar 1, 2014:

I have been invited to be part of an NSF Data Mining panel in DC

Jan 20, 2014:

I have been nominated by the Ames TI division for the PECASE 2014 award


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I am currently an Associate Scientist at UARC, University of California Santa Cruz working in the Data Sciences group at NASA Ames Research Center, California. Most of my current research effort is directed towards developing large scale data mining and machine learning algorithms to solve problems in the earth sciences, aviation safety, and graph structure analysis.

I graduated with a PhD in Computer Science from University of Maryland Baltimore County in 2009. My PhD research, guided by Dr. Hillol Kargupta, focused on developing a game-theoretic framework for privacy preserving distributed data mining.

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