Algorithms impact all areas of computer science—from machine learning to bioinformatics to computer systems. Researchers at Case Western Reserve University develop novel algorithms for practical applications with real impact.
Through this research, we are improving our understanding of the power and the limits of computation.
Faculty who conduct research in Algorithms and Theory
Applies theoretical computer science techniques to discover problem structures and improve algorithm performance
Develops algorithms for transforming "big" biological data into systems biology knowledge
Develops computational approaches and software tools for genomics, bioinformatics and systems biology, and creates computational solutions for big data analytics
Conducts research in real-time sensor-actuator networks, and develops electricity market simulators for educational workshops
My research interest lies in theoretical computer science, with a focus on designing efficient algorithms and Fourier analysis of Boolean functions. I am also interested in developing quantitative portfolios for hedge funds by adhering to mathematical and statistical methods.