I used to be a PhD Candidate in the Department of Computer Science of the University of California,
Santa Barbara, working as a Graduate Student Researcher at the Dynamo Lab (formerly, DBL), and
being advised by Ambuj K. Singh. I defended my PhD on May 31, 2018, graduated in June, 2018, and
moved as a postdoc to the University of Pennsylvania's Warren Center for Network & Data Sciences.
Prior to joining Dynamo, I had spent several years as a software engineer in industry. I have obtained
my Master's degree in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from Tula State University, Russia
in 2008, advised by Valeriy Ivanov.
Analysis, modeling, and control of dynamic processes in networks---with an emphasis on
socio-economic networks---and, more generally, machine learning and data mining, combinatorial
algorithms, linear algebra, and dynamical systems.
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