Ajitesh Srivastava

PhD Candidate, Computer Science
Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering 
University of Southern California
EEB 242, 3740 McClintock Ave,
Los Angeles, CA 90089-2562.

ajiteshs@usc.edu

PhD Advisor – Prof. Viktor Prasanna

Research Interests – Networked Information, Social Networks, Text Mining, Machine Learning.

My Erdős Number is 4. My Einstein Number is 5. Here are the paths according to AMS:

 

Ajitesh Srivastava

 

 

 

Paul Erdős

 

Albert Einstein

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MR0166139 (29 #3417)

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MR0012947 (7,87j)

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Tyll Krüger

 

Michael D. Boshernitzan

 

Lee A. Rubel

 

Ernst Gabor Straus

 

I completed my B.E. (Hons) in Computer Science at BITS, Pilani, India in 2013. At USC, I am a member of P-Group. Please visit this page to know about our research groups.

My research involves developing computational models for diffusion process (information cascades, memes) in a network.

Here is a list of my publication.

I am a Teaching Assistant for CS109: Introduction to Computing during Spring 2016. In the past I have been a TA for CS109 (Fall 2015) and CS570 (Spring 2015)

 

Recent News:

            [April 2016] Won Target Data Science Challenge and have been awarded $10,000

[Feb 2016] Our poster “Mining Large Dense Subgraphs” has been accepted at WWW 2016 (Montreal, Canada)

[Dec 2015] Our poster “Heterogeneous Infection Rate SI model with Inter-regional Mobility” has been accepted at NetSci-X 2016 (Wroclow, Poland)

[Oct 2015] Our paper “A Hybrid Design for High Performance Large-scale Sorting on FPGA” has been accepted at ReConFig 2015

[Sep 2015] Our paper “The Unified Model of Social Influence and its Application in Influence Maximization” has been accepted in SNAM 2015 (Springer)

[June 2015] Our paper “Social Influence Computation and Maximization in Signed Networks with Competing Cascades” has been accepted in ASONAM 2015 (Paris)

[April 2015] We are one of the winners of DARPA Chikungunya Challenge and have been awarded a prize of $10,000.  We were invited to DARPA conference center in Arlington, Virginia to discuss next steps in state-of-the art infectious disease forecasting

 

 

 

My profile before coming to USC (2013).

This is a detailed description of my past research.

 

Here is a clip of one of my stand-up sets.

Here is the link to my old Youtube channel of three short comedy videos. (Warning: Multiple Bollywood references)

My Dexter (TV Show) and Batman Begins Parody.

Here is a Rap Battle between two Physicists with my voiceovers.

Here is me performing beat box.