Google Research

Morteza Zadimoghaddam


I am a senior research scientist at Google Cambridge office in the US. Prior to moving to Cambridge, I spent two years (2018 and 2019) in the Zurich office and 4 years in the New York office where I started my career at Google in January 2014. Prior to Google, I did my PhD in computer science at MIT (CSAIL) under supervision of Professor Erik D. Demaine. I work on applying optimization techniques to various practical problems in order to find provably efficient algorithms. In particular, I apply infrastructure optimization methods to save computational resources at scale. On the mathematical and research side, I am interested in Submodular Optimization and its applications in large scale data mining and machine learning problems.

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