Talks and articles about my work

  1. We gave a tutorial on multi-agent emergency response systems at IEEE SmartComp 2021. The videos of the talk are available on youtube.

  2. I was one of the invited speakers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s workshop on emergency response. See the slides here.

  3. I gave a talk at the Los Alamos National Lab’s Seminar Series on “Multi-Agent Systems for Emergency Response.” See the slides here.

  4. I gave a tutorial on “Smart Emergency Response” at the NSF Doctoral Consortium on Computational Sustainability, 2020 (CompSust-DC) (Tutorial). See the talk here here.

  5. I gave a talk on lessons and challenges learned while designing emergency response systems at the AAAI Fall Symposium 2020 - AI for Social Good. See the talk here.

  6. I gave a talk at the Utah Center for Data Science’s Summer Seminar Series on the 19th of June about robust machine learning models and smart emergency response. See the poster here, and listen to the talk here

  7. I gave a talk about how robust incident prediction can combat poaching at the Cambridge Environmental Data Science Group’s AI4ER Seminar Series on the 30th of June. If you are interested in the intersection of data science and environment, listen to the talk here.

  8. A recent talk I gave at Stanford’s CARS (Center of Automotive Research) Annual Symposium.

  9. Our research was covered in an article on smart cities by Financial Times.

  10. Our work was covered in the Government Technology Magazine as part of it’s “MetroLab Innovation of the Month Series”. Check out the article here.

  11. A relatively non-technical overview of my work from the AI for Social Good Workshop at AAAI’s Spring Symposium 2017 can be found here.

  12. Our work was showcased as part of the Global City Teams Challenge, a global smart city symposium. See the poster here.