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vjk at eecs.berkeley.edu

About me:

I am a fifth year PhD student in the EECS Dept. at UC Berkeley where I am advised by Prof. Jean WalrandI did my undergraduate studies in Industrial Engineering from IIT Kharagpur in India, from where I graduated in 2010. I have had the pleasure of working with Prof. Eitan Altman at the University of Avignon, France during internships in my undergraduate days. In summer of 2012 I was a research intern at the Technicolor research lab in Palo-Alto working on designing ad auctions and recommendation systems. My research interest is mostly in the area of game theory, mechanism design, applied probability, learning and optimization. Majority of my thesis research deals with developing computational tools to find optimal or approximately optimal strategies in dynamic games with asymmetric information structures. 

Sometimes there are quicker outlets for expression than research.

In Fall 2013 I co-taught the course 'Topics in Network economics'. Here are some of the slides from the parts that I taught:


List of past and on-going publications:

  • Vijay Kamble, Nadia Fawaz, Fernando Silveira, "Sequential Relevance Maximization with Binary Feedback" NIPS Workshop on Personalization: Methods and Applications, Montreal 2014.
  • Eitan Altman, Kavitha Veeraruna, Francesco De Pellegrini, Vijay Kamble, Vivek Borkar, "Risk Sensitive Optimal Control Framework applied to Delay Tolerant Networks" IEEE INFOCOM 2011, Shanghai
  • Rachid El Azouzi, Francesco De Pellegrini, Habib Sidi, Vijay Kamble, "Evolutionary Forwarding Games in Delay Tolerant Networks", Computer Networks, 2012


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Vijay Kamble,
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Vijay Kamble,
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