I am currently a graduate student pursuing my PhD in the Electrical Engineering department at Princeton University. I am advised by Miklós Rácz and H. Vincent Poor. Before starting grad school, I completed my Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Carnegie Mellon University, where I worked with Jeremiah Blocki and Soummya Kar.

Broadly, my research interests are in network science, applied probability and statistics. My current work focuses on models of randomly growing graphs (such as Preferential Attachment) and network cascades.

For more details, check out my CV.

Recent news: Check out my talk on Correlated Randomly Growing Graphs, which is part of the IMS-Bernoulli One World Symposium!

Selected Publications:

  1. B. Swenson, A. Sridhar, H. V. Poor. On Distributed Stochastic Gradient Algorithms for Global Optimization. In Proceedings of of IEEE Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, pages 8594-8598, 2020b. [IEEE version] [arXiv version]
  2. A. Sridhar, H. V. Poor. Sequential Estimation of Network Cascades. May 2020. Accepted to Asilomar 2020. [arXiv version]
  3. M. Z. Rácz, A. Sridhar. Correlated Randomly Growing Graphs. April 2020. Preprint. [arXiv version]