I am a Lecturer of Electrical Engineering and the Associate Director of the EDGE Lab at Princeton University. I am also a co-founder and the Head of Advanced Research at Zoomi Inc. I received my PhD in Electrical Engineering from Princeton in 2016.

My research is at the intersection of data science and networking. I analyze fine-granular behavioral data generated as users interact with devices and applications to build optimization models of social, economic, and communication networks, and deploy these models in real time systems to measure impact. My algorithms pertaining to Social Learning Networks (SLN) - types of networks formed around the process of knowledge transfer - won the 2016 Bede Liu Best Dissertation Award in Electrical Engineering, and drive Zoomi's production systems for predictive analytics and individualized learning in several Fortune 500 companies.

More generally, I am interested in solving problems for Fog Networking, the Internet of Things (IoT), and online (human) learning through the development of novel methodologies in data science, convex and non-convex optimization, machine learning, and signal processing.

I am also active in teaching. In addition to lecturing at Princeton and at my undergraduate alma mater, I co-authored the book The Power of Networks: Six Principles That Connect Our Lives, which has been mentioned in several popular media (such as TIME), and teach three Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) on networking, two of which are based on my book. Together, these MOOCs have reached over 400,000 students around the world since 2012.