I am currently a Ph.D. student at the Computer Science Department of Boston University. My area of interest is algorithmic aspects of data mining and their real-world applications. I am currently working in the Data Management Group, and I am glad that I have Professor Evimaria Terzi as my advisor.
You can see my academic background and research experience in my resume.
R. Agrawal, B. Golshan, E. Terzi: "Grouping Students in Educational Settings". ACM Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, SIGKDD 2014.
B. Golshan, T. Lappas, E. Terzi: "Profit-maximizing Cluster Hires". ACM Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, SIGKDD 2014.
R. Agrawal, B. Golshan, E. Terzi: "Forming Beneficial Teams of Students in Massive Online Classes". ACM Conference on Learning at Scale, L@S 2014. (Work in Progress)
B. Golshan, E. Terzi: "Unveiling Variables in Systems of Linear Equations". SIAM International Conference on Data Mining, SDM 2014.
B. Golshan, J. W. Byers, E. Terzi: "What do row and column marginals reveal about your dataset?". Neural Information Processing Systems, NIPS 2013.
G. Misra, B. Golshan, E. Terzi: "Evaluating the Smoothness of Data-Mining Results". Principles and Practice of Knowledge Discovery in Databases, PKDD 2012.
B. Golshan, T. Lappas, E. Terzi: "Sofia Search: A Tool for Automating Related-Work Search". ACM SIGMOD 2012, Demo track.
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