I am a Departmental Lecturer (roughly Assistant Professor) in the Department of Engineering Science, a faculty member of the Oxford-Man Institute, and a research fellow of Somerville College, all at the University of Oxford. Prior to joining Oxford, I was a Postdoctoral Associate in the MIT Media Lab, where I remain as a research affiliate, and received my PhD degree from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland.
I am primarily interested in developing novel techniques that lie at the intersection of machine learning, signal processing, and game theory in the context of networks, and applying them to study questions across social and economic sciences, with a particular focus on understanding human behaviour, decision making and societal changes.
[2018.10] I am teaching an AIMS CDT course and the B14 undergraduate course on Signal Processing this Michaelmas Term.
[2018.10] Paper accepted in EPJ Data Science.
[2008.07] Talk at the London Machine Learning Meetup.
[2018.06] I was at NetSci in Paris, France.
[2018.06] I spent some great time at IEEE DSW and GSP Workshop in Lausanne, Switzerland.
[2018.06] New preprint on learning graphs from data.
[2018.05] Talk at EPFL.
[2018.05] Talk at Beijing Normal University.
[2018.03] Paper accepted in EPJ Data Science.
[2018.03] Two papers accepted at International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2), Evanston, IL.
[2018.03] Paper accepted at Fourth Annual Conference on Network Science and Economics, Nashville, TN.
[2018.02] Two papers accepted at International School and Conference on Network Science (NetSci), Paris, France.
[2018.01] I am teaching the B14 undergraduate course on Signal Analysis this Hilary Term.
[2017.12] Talk at Man AHL.
[2017.11] Talk at Oxford-Man Institute Machine Learning Workshop.
[2017.11] We are organising IEEE Data Science Workshop and Graph Signal Processing Workshop in 2018. Consider submitting your work there!
[2017.10] Guest lecture in the AIMS CDT programme.
[2017.10] I officially started at Oxford!