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 utilising graphs to model relational structure within the data, and developing novel techniques that lie at the intersection of machine learning, signal processing, and complex networks to study questions across social and economic sciences, with a particular focus on understanding human behaviour, decision making and societal changes.
[2019.02] Talk at Big Data Institute.
[2019.02] I am Guest Editor of the Special Issue on Network Topology Inference of IEEE Transactions on Signal and Information Processing over Networks.
[2019.01] Talk at Alan Turing Institute.
[2019.01] We are organising Oxford Summer School in Economic Networks and NetMob this Summer in Oxford.
[2019.01] I am running B14 Information Engineering Laboratory this Hilary Term.
[2019.01] I am Handling Editor of the Special Issue on Science of Stories of PLOS ONE.
[2018.11] Paper accepted in IEEE Signal Processing Magazine.
[2018.10] I am teaching AIMS CDT Signal Processing and B14 Signal Analysis this Michaelmas Term.
[2018.10] Paper accepted in EPJ Data Science.
[2018.10] Paper accepted at International Conference on Complex Networks and Their Applications, Cambridge, UK.
[2018.09] Paper accepted at Conference on Digital Experimentation (CODE), Cambridge, MA.
[2018.08] Paper accepted at Conference on Information Systems and Technology (CIST), Phoenix, AZ.
[2008.07] Talk at London Machine Learning Meetup.