about me

I am a computer scientist working in the general field of data science and machine learning for graphs (officially a research fellow at LTS2, EPFL). I previously worked at TU Berlin and TU Delft.

My research purpose is dual: I aim to find elegant mathematical explanations for phenomena associated with learning and to exploit them in order to build efficient graph algorithms. Moreover, I maintain a deep interest in the analysis of graph data and their applications.

This blog contains:

  • A brief listing of the up and coming research carried out by myself and collaborators (here).
  • Code demonstrations  and expositions for selected algorithms/articles (here).
  • Information about the courses I teach/taught in the past (here).

If you wish to see an up-to-date listing of my published work and relevant citation indices, I urge you to visit my Google scholar profile page.