I am on the Steering Committees for FOCS, ITCS, and FORC, and on the editorial board for JACM. I was recently Program Chair for the 2019 Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science (ITCS) Conference, on the Organizing Committee for the STOC 2018 and STOC 2017 Theory Fest, and a member of the SafeToC committee. I also served on Program Committees for COLT 2018,STOC 2016 and COLT 2014. For more information on my research, see the publications and research interests links below.
|Survey Talks||Courses Taught|
|Blum, Hopcroft, & Kannan, Foundations of Data Science. (This pre-publication version is free to view and download for personal use only. Not for re-distribution, re-sale or use in derivative works. Please do not re-post or mirror.)|
Current PhD advisees: Kavya Ravichandran (jointly advised with Nati Srebro), Naren Manoj (jointly advised with Yury Makarychev), Keziah Naggita (jointly advised with Matt Walter), Han Shao, Kevin Stangl
Former PhD advisees: Prasad Chalasani, Santosh Vempala, Carl Burch, Adam Kalai, John Langford, Nikhil Bansal, Martin Zinkevich, Shuchi Chawla, Brendan McMahan, Maria-Florina (Nina) Balcan, Shobha Venkataraman, Mugizi Robert Rwebangira, Katrina Ligett, Aaron Roth, Or Sheffet, Pranjal Awasthi, Liu Yang, Ankit Sharma, Jamie Morgenstern, Nika Haghtalab.
Though I am no longer at CMU, I endorse the CMU SCS Reasonable Person Principle which basically asks to be reasonable and assume everyone else is doing likewise.