I have received funding from the NSERC Discovery Grant program and ComputeCanada’s Resources for Research Groups.
My research interests are in Artifical Intelligence, particularly in the areas of machine learning and discrete optimization.
My goal is to develop machine learning techniques that enable faster optimal decision-making in real-world applications. I focus primarily on discrete optimization, a core paradigm in operations research, and design data-driven approaches for solving large-scale problems arising in sustainability, transportation, and logistics.
Ph.D. in Computational Science & Engineering, 2019
M.S. in Computer Science, 2014
B.S. in Computer Science, 2012
American University of Beirut