My main interests lie in decision making under uncertainty and optimization. I would self categorize my work in the theoretical and computational sciences’ parts of computer science. Over the years, my projects, although always related to decision under uncertainty and optimization, have led me to explore varied domains and applications. The beauty of Computer Science is that it applies to many areas, … all?
As a result, I believe that CS lends itself very well to interdisciplinary work and as a result, I always seek collaborations across disciplines.
Some of my on-going research projects are on:
- Reduced-order modeling for solving large dynamic systems with uncertainty: a project of the Army High-Performance Computing Research Center (AHPCRC), Stanford University. Nov. 28 Presentation, March 7 Presentation
- Constraint solving and Optimization: CAREER project (2010-2016) funded by the National Science Foundation
- Combinatorial testing: t-wise covering test suites
Other (related) research interests:
- Continuous constraint solving: symbolic-numeric algorithms aiming at enhancing the solving process, flexible/soft constraints
- Interval computations: more accurate evaluation of interval functions, handling uncertainty
- Multi-criteria decision making, and decision under uncertainty, combination with interval computations
- Applications of constraints and optimization: e.g., bio-medical engineering, computer security, software engineering
Other current interests include (but are not limited to): non-square matrices, tensors, large-scale systems, and applications to: program verification, fuzzy measure extraction.
Files and more information are available:
On my Miscellaneous page, you can find my portfolio as submitted for T&P purposes.
Some of my publications are also available on my Publications page.
Note: if you do not find what you were looking for, please feel free to contact me by visiting the contact page of this website. Also, some more information can be found either on the website of my research group CR2G, or on the website about constraints that my students and I maintain: constraintsolving.com