New PhD Research Assistant position, starting in Fall 2016: New 4-year NSF grant in network economics. Applications of game theory and agent-based computational modeling in the economics of Internet interconnections. Please contact me if you are interested.

Research highlights - Cross-disciplinary work in network science

Brain Science: A symmetry-based method to infer structural brain networks from tractography data, with Kamal Shadi, Saeideh Bakhshi, David Gutman, and Helen Mayberg. Submitted for publication, August 2015.

Machine Learning: Why didn't my (great!) protocol get adopted?, with Mehdi Nikkhah and Roch Guerin. Proceedings of ACM HOTNETS, November 2015.

Climate Science: ENSO in CMIP5 simulations: network connectivity from the recent past to the twenty-third century, with Ilias Fountalis and Annalisa Bracco. In the Climate Dynamics journal, Springer, July 2015.

Social Networks: Co-evolutionary dynamics in social networks: A case study of Twitter, with Demetris Antoniades. In the Journal of Computational Social Networks, July 2015.

Internet: Complexities in Internet Peering: Understanding the “Black” in the “Black Art”, with Aemen Lodhi, Nikos Laoutaris and Amogh Dhamdhere. IEEE INFOCOM Conference, May 2015.

Biology: An explanatory evo-devo model for the developmental hourglass, with Saamer Akhshabi, Soojin Yi and Shrutii Sarda. F1000 Research, 3:156 (2014).

Network Economics: The Evolution and Economics of Internet Interconnections, Public declaration to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), September 2014.

Complex systems: The Evolution of Layered Protocol Stacks Leads to an Hourglass-Shaped Architecture, with Saamer Akhshabi. Book chapter in "Dynamics On and Of Complex Networks, Vol.2". Editors: Animesh Mukherjee, Monojit Choudhury, Fernando Peruani, Niloy Ganguly and Bivas Mitra. Springer, 2013


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