Graduate Student Instructor for MFE230P: Optimization Methods for Finance.
Recipient of the Berkeley Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award (2015)
Graduate Student Instructor for EE128: Feedback Control Systems.
Recipient of the EECS Outstanding Graduate Instructor Award (2014)
Syrine Krichene - Visiting Research Student, from ENSIMAG, France. Summer 2014
Worked on Stochastic optimization with applications to distributed routing.
Milena Suarez - Visiting Research Student, from Ecole Polytechnique, France. Spring 2014
Worked on online learning and Stackelberg routing.
Benjamin Drighès - Visiting Research Student, from Ecole Polytechnique, France. Spring 2013
Worked on repeated routing, online learning, and no-regret algorithms.
As a result of his outstanding work, Benjamin received the Grand Prix d'option of Ecole Polytechnique.
We were invited to give a talk at the 2014 ICML Crowdsourcing Workshop in Beijing
Benjamin's spotlight presentation
Yasser El Jebbari - Visiting Research Student, from Ecole Polytechnique, France. Spring 2012
Worked on Stackelberg thresholds for routing games with horizontal queues.
2007 to 2011: Mathematics tutor
Private Tutoring to first year Math students in prépa school (preparation for the national entrance exams to the French 'Grandes Ecoles’ science and engineering schools).
Subjects included general and linear algebra, real analysis, topology, Riemman integrals.
2010 Theoretical Computer Science (undergrad)
Private tutoring to first year and second year students.
Subjects include complexity analysis, data structures, finite state automata, information theory.