Sayan Ranu



Mar, 2019: Paper alert!

We have built one of the fastest querying techniques for chemical fingerprints of dimensions 2048 and above. Please use our code to index your datasets. Paper will appear in JCIM. Congrats Jithin!

Thanks Google!

Fai and Jithin receive funding of 5200 USD from Google to attend WWW 2019 and present their work.

Mar, 2019: Paper alert!

Our work on answering regular path queries on billion-scale networks accepted in SIGMOD 2019. Congrats Sarisht!

Feb, 2019: Paper alert!

Our work on route recommendations for arbitrary user preference functions accepted in ICDE 2019. Congrats Pranali!

Feb 6, 2019:

Giving keynote talk at IRISS 2019 on relationship-aware graph querying.

Jan, 2019:

Two papers accepted in WWW 2019!

Jan, 2019:

Serving in the PC of KDD 2019.

Dec, 2018:

Will present a tutorial on Influence Maximization at EDBT 2019 with Sainyam and Akhil.

May, 2018: Paper accepted!

Which route should a cab driver follow to find a customer? Our solution to appear in KDD 2018. Congrats Nandani!

May, 2018:

Thrilled to share that we have received the SIGMOD reproducibility award for our SIGMOD 2017 paper on "Debunking the Myths of Influence Maximization"!

I am an Assistant Professor in the CSE department at IIT Delhi. My research interests span the broad area of data analytics with particular focus on graph indexing and mining, social network analysis, querying and mining spatio-temporal data, and bioinformatics. The tag-cloud of my paper abstracts provides an accurate representation of my research interests.

I graduated from the Computer Science department of University of California, Santa Barbara in March, 2012 under the supervision of Prof. Ambuj Singh. Prior to joining IIT D, I worked as Assistant Professor at IIT Madras for close to three years and at IBM Research, Bangalore for a year and a half.

Internships: I am NOT offering any short-term projects. My apologies if I don't respond to your email.