Hello! My name is M. Hadi Amini, and I am currently an Assistant Professor at the School of Computing and Information Sciences, College of Engineering and Computing, Florida International University. I received my PhD from Carnegie Mellon University in 2019. I am passionate about interdisciplinary research to bridge the gap between optimization/learning theory and its application to interdependent networks. Application domain includes large-scale problems in interdependent complex networks, e.g., energy systems and transportation networks. My research interests span distributed optimization/learning algorithms, interdependent networks, decentralized optimization, energy systems, electrified transportation networks, and cyberphysical security.
Office: Modesto A. Maidique Campus, CASE 238A
Phone: (305) 348-9936
Email: [last name] [at]cs[dot]fiu[dot]edu
Call for Graduate and Undergraduate Students, and Visiting Scholar Applications
Multiple PhD positions are available in the areas of optimization/learning theory, cyberphysical security, interdependent networks, energy systems, and distributed algorithms. To apply, please email me your resume[including education, list of references, software experience, publication list, English test scores if applicable] and maximum two recently-published representative papers.
I am always looking forward to work with motivated undergraduate and masters students who are interested in my research.
Partial funding for Visiting Scholars/Students is available.
Ph.D. , Carnegie Mellon University (2019)
M.Sc. , Carnegie Mellon University (2015)
M.Sc. , Tarbiat Modares University (2013)
B.Sc. , Sharif University of Technology (2011)