|PhD, Computer Science.||College of Engineering, University of Illinois at Chicago(UIC)||August, 2013.|
|Thesis title: "Critical individuals in dynamic networks."|
|Advisor: Tanya Berger-Wolf, Laboratory for Computational Population Biology|
|BS, Computer Science||National University of Computer & Emerging Sciences(NUCES)||December, 2002|
|graph theory, graph mining, machine learning, data science, social network analysis, propagation in networks, algorithm design and complexity analysis of graph based problems.|
ResearchApplication of network science for reconstructing social networks of the prehistoric Caribbean societies using archaeological data.
NEXUS1492 is an ERC-Synergy Project from the European Research Council under the EU's 7th Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) / ERC grant agreement no 319209.
|Social Networks and Similarity of Site Assemblages.||Under review in the Journal of Archaeological Science|
|Networks of Diffusion and Centers of Scribal Innovation in Classic Maya Society.||In preparation for submission.|
|Web-based crowdsourcing for heritage and cultural preservation in the Caribbean.||In preparation for submission.|