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I'm a senior member of the research staff at Intel Labs. I received my Ph.D. from the Computer Science Department at Purdue University, and my M.S. in statistics and computer science from Purdue University. Before joining Intel Labs, I had the opportunity to work at a number of industrial research labs including Facebook data science, Adobe research Labs, Technicolor research and innovation Labs, Intel data analytics, and the data mining and computer modeling center of excellence in Egypt.
My research lies in machine learning and data mining and spans the theory and algorithms of large-scale graph mining, statistical machine learning, and their applications in social and information networks. I have authored numerous papers and tutorials in top-tier conferences and journals. My research was selected among the best papers of ICDM in 2015, BigMine in 2012, and covered by popular press such as the MIT Technology Review. I'm honored to be selected by UC Berkeley among the rising stars in computer science and engineering in 2014. In addition, I co-founded the open source network repository project, the first data repository with interactive visual graph analytics to help researchers find, explore, and understand graph data in real-time over the web.
My Erdos Number is 3, (Nesreen Ahmed -> Nick Duffield -> Noga Alon -> Paul Erdos).
New paper on Deep Learning for Graphs
New paper on High-order Network Models accepted at AAAI 2017 workshop on Plan, Activiy and Intent Recognition
Invited to the PC Commitee of SIGKDD 2017, CIKM 2017, MLG 2017, MOD 2017, ADMA 2017, GHC 2017, WWW 2018