Currently, I’m a Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science and Engineering department at NYU Tandon School of Engineering, under the supervision of Prof. Julia Stoyanovich.

I work to algorithmically and empirically assess the performance of computing a winning committee in multiwinner elections while ensuring diversity among the selected candidates and representation of voters. The main aim of my work is to develop a framework that unifies preferences, multiwinnwer voting rules, outcomes, contextual information, and diversity and representation.

Specific details on the research projects I currently work on or have previously worked on can be found here. Also, you can check out my CV for more details or take a look at previous publications.

Recent News:

  • Jul 2021: DiRe Committee pre-print is on arXiv (featured as one of the most popular research articles posted on for that week)
  • Jun 2021: Presented DiRe Committee poster at the COMSOC Workshop (video)
  • Apr 2021: Introduced the idea of "The Five Ws of Fairness in Multiwinner Elections" at the International COMSOC Seminar Series (video - jump to 53:00)
  • Mar 2021: Algorithmic Techniques paper accepted at the ACM/IMS Transactions on Data Science
  • Oct 2020: Excited to be invited to submit an NSF proposal