My research interests are primarily in the design and analysis of algorithms. I work on algorithmic problems involving resource optimization and coordination among mobile agents with limited communication capabilities. I am also interested in algorithmic game theory, natural language processing, parallel and distributed computing, machine learning theory, and applications of big-data techniques in computational science. Please navigate to the Publications tab above for a list of my journal, conference and arXiv papers.

My research is supported by the National Science Foundation under grant CCF-AF 1813940 (Search, Evacuation and Reconfiguration with Coordinated Mobile Agents).


During the Fall 2021 semester, I am teaching CS 462/562: Big Data Algorithms. The course will be taught in-person for Camden students and will be available in synchronous-online mode for students from the MBS program in New Brunswick.


I am a member of the Center for Computational and Integrative Biology (CCIB), and a badged instructor with The Carpentries.