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I am a PhD student at Stanford advised by Jure Leskovec. My research focuses on developing data-driven methods for understanding complex systems and behavior. Broadly, my research spans data mining, network science, applied machine learning, tensor and matrix computations, and computational social science. Before coming to Stanford, I studied EE/CS and applied math across the bay at Berkeley. I have also spent time at Google (summers 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016), Sandia National Labs (summer 2014), and HP Labs (summer 2013).

I am applying for academic and research positions right now. My job materials are below.
Please contact me about any opportunities: arbenson@stanford.edu.

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