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- EPSRC First Grant on Distributed algorithms awarded (Feb 2017). I will be looking for a strong postdoc to work in distributed algorithms/networks soon.
- PHD and Postdoc positions will be available in the near future. Please contact me if interested in working in design and analysis of algorithms and distributed algorithms (and related areas such as network science, resilient systems and game theory).
I am an Assistant Professor (i.e. Lecturer in the UK system) of Computer Science at Loughborough University (since February 1, 2017). Previously, for three years and a bit, I was at Queen's University Belfast in the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Professionally, my main research interests center around designing efficient algorithms and reasoning about multi-agent dynamic scenarios. This has led me to work on distributed algorithms in both static scenarios (e.g. Leader Election) and particularly on dynamic scenarios for a line of work called Self-Healing and Self-Aware algorithms. My general field of interest is Theoretical Computer Science. I also work in algorithmic game theory and am actively exploring the interconnections between distributed computing, game theory and also other computation models in Theoretical Computer Science. Though my tools are theoretical and mathematical, I often seek inspiration from and applications in the exciting new world of, for example, Internet of Things, Peer-to-Peer Networks, Exascale Computing, Security, Software Defined Networking, Social and Large Scale Networks, and Scalable Data Analytics.