Assistant Professor of Business Analytics
I am an Assistant Professor of Business Analytics at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University.
My research is in e-commerce, recommender systems, social media advertising, sharing economy, and use of machine learning and natural language processing in business. I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Columbia University (Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence Focus), a Master’s degree in Statistics (Master's Thesis: Johnson-Lindenstrauss Lemma and its Effect on Supervised Learning) from Yale University and PhD from the Operation, Information and Decisions department of the Wharton School (Thesis: Three Essays in Big Data Consumer Analytics in E-Commerce).
I previously worked at many different tech start-ups (mobile, b2b analytics, recommendation web 2.0) and Blackrock as a quantitative software engineer and at Thomson Reuters as a machine learning contractor building a natural language processing engine for financial data.
I am an avid fan of Sci fi series and have watched over 60 series from the beginning to the end or their cancellation. I grew up in Queens, NY.