| In 1999, I received my PhD
in Operations Research from Cornell University. My thesis on "Scenery Reconstruction"
was written under the supervision of Harry Kesten.
Since then, I developed two mathematical subfields related
to information recovery from a noisy signal: Scenery Reconstruction
and Optimal Alignments of random texts. Current work is on
problems in NLP, Machine Learning and AI.
I am currently associate professor
at the Georgia Institute of Technology, SoM and part of the ML (Machine Learning)