Welcome

I am a post doctoral researcher at Google Research NYC, in the Graph Mining team. The best way to reach me is by email: bhaskaraaditya AT gmail DOT com.

I am broadly interested in theoretical computer science and machine learning. Specifically:
   - Graph algorithms and approximation
   - Theoretical machine learning
   - Spectral algorithms
My work in these areas (with short summaries) can be found in my publications page. See DBLP for a list.

I completed my PhD at the Computer Science department at Princeton University in Fall 2012, advised by Moses Charikar. My dissertation, titled Finding Dense Substructures in Graphs and Matrices, can be obtained from here.

I also spent a year as a Post-doc at EPFL, Switzerland, hosted by Aleksander Madry. Before Princeton, I was an undergraduate at IIT Bombay, where I spent four wonderful years.