Tavor Baharav

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Second year PhD student
Stanford University
Electrical Engineering

Brief Bio

I am a second year PhD student in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University working with Professor David Tse, recently on developing fast (near linear time) randomized algorithms using techniques from multi-armed bandits. I am grateful to be supported by the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and the Stanford Graduate Fellowship (SGF). I graduated from UC Berkeley in May 2018 where I studied Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. In my time there, I was fortunate to get the chance to work with Professor Kannan Ramchandran on coding theory and its applications to distributed computing. I am broadly interested in randomized algorithms, machine learning, multi-armed bandits, and their applications in engineering problems.


Email: tavorb at stanford dot edu