Professional Services and Teaching

Peer-reviewed Conferences and Workshops

  1. AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2021 (AAAI) (PC Member)
  2. Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 2021 (AAMAS) (PC Member)
  3. AI for Social Good 2020 (PC Member)
  4. Bay Area Machine Learning Symposium, 2020 (BayLearn) (Reviewer)
  5. Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 2018 (AAMAS) (OC Member)
  6. Opt-Mas at AAMAS-20 (PC Member)
  7. Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 2019 (AAMAS) (Reviewer)
  8. Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 2017 (AAMAS) (Reviewer)
  9. International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2018 (IJCAI) (Reviewer)
  10. AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2021 (AAAI) (Reviewer)
  11. Conference on Decision and Game Theory, 2018 (GameSec) (Reviewer)
  12. Conference on Decision and Game Theory, 2017 (GameSec) (Reviewer)
  13. ACM Conference on Economics and Computation, 2018 (EC) (Reviewer)


Peer-reviewed Journals

  1. Artificial Intelligence Review (Reviewer)
  2. IEEE Access (Reviewer)
  3. IEEE Transactions on SMC: Systems (Reviewer)
  4. Machine Learning (Reviewer)


Talks and Tutorials

  1. "Smart Emergency Response", NSF Doctoral Consortium on Computational Sustainability, 2020 (CompSust-DC) (Tutorial)
  2. "Robust Incident Forecasting and Response", University of Utah Data Science Seminar 2020 (Invited Talk)
  3. "Robust Incident Forecasting for Conservation", University of Cambridge Environmental Data Science AI4ER Seminar Series 2020 (Invited Talk)
  4. "Transition to Research and Doctoral Programs", Stanford University CS+Social Good Impact Lab Panel 2020 (Invited Talk)


Others

  1. Member, Stanford Energy Systems Committee 2020
  2. Technical Mentor, Stanford CS+Social Good Impact Lab 2020


Teaching

  1. Teaching Assistant -- Machine Learning (Vanderbilt University, Fall 2017)
  2. Teaching Assistant -- Artificial Intelligence (Vanderbilt University, Fall 2016)
  3. Mentorship -- I have mentored 3 undergraduate students, 2 PhD students, and 4 high school students as part of various roles at Vanderbilt and Stanford.