Abhijin Adiga is a research assistant professor in the Network Systems Science and Advanced Computing division. His interests are in network science, algorithms, combinatorics and game theory with a current focus on dynamical processes over networks, and design and implementation of complex simulation systems. From October 2011 to May 2014, he was a postdoctoral associate at Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory, Biocomplexity Institute of Virginia Tech. He received his PhD on dimensional parameters of graphs and posets from the Department of Computer Science and Automation at the Indian Institute of Science in 2011. Adiga published a paper in AAAI'13, which received the "Honorable Mention for Outstanding Novelty of Research Question" award. He also leads a USAID funded project on modeling invasive species.
Algorithms and graph theory, diffusion in complex networks, network science, game theory and geometric representation of graphs.
- Inferring Local Transition Functions of Discrete Dynamical Systems from Observations of System Behavior
Theoretical Computer Science, (2016) Adiga A, Kuhlman C, Marathe M, Ravi SS, Rosenkrantz D, Stearns R
- Near-optimal Algorithms for Controlling Propagation at Group Scale on Networks
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 28(12):3339–3352.(2016) Zhang Y, Adiga A, Saha S, Kumar VSA, Prakash B
- Activity in Boolean Networks
Proceedings of the 21st International Workshop on Cellular Automata and Discrete Complex Systems: Automata 2015, Turku, Finland. (2016) Adiga A, Galyean H, Kuhlman C, Levet M, Mortveit H, Wu S
Indian Institute of Science, Computer Science and Automation, Ph.D., 2011
Indian Institute of Science, Electrical Engineering, MSc (Engg), 2003
Bangalore University, Telecommunication Engineering, BE, 2000
Research Associate, Department of Computer Science and Automation, Indian Institute of Science