Salar Fattahi

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Salar Fattahi
I am a Ph.D. candidate in the department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, University of California, Berkeley. I am being advised by Professor Javad Lavaei and Professor Somayeh Sojoudi. I have also collaborated closely with Professor Alper Atamturk.

My research focuses on developing data-driven and large-scale computational methods for societal problems. In particular, I make use of techniques in optimization theory, algorithms, and data analytics to solve massive-scale problems that stem from real-life applications, with a special focus on interconnected systems, such as energy systems.

My works have been published in top venues across different societies, namely optimization (Mathematical Programming), data analytics (Journal of Machine Learning Research and International Conference on Machine Learning), power systems (IEEE Transactions on Powers Systems and Energy), and control (IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control).

I have received several awards, including INFORMS Data Mining Best Paper Award - Applied Track, Katta G. Murty Best Paper Award, Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, and IEOR Faculty Fellowship Award. I was also a finalist for American Control Conference Best Paper Award.

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