I am a professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Warwick in the UK. My interests are in data stream analysis, massive data sets, and general algorithmic problems. Previously, I have been a researcher at AT&T Labs--Research in New Jersey, and at Lucent Bell Laboratories, with focus on Network Management. Previously, I was a Postdoc researcher at the DIMACS research facility, which is located at Rutgers University. I retain connections to DIMACS and to MassDAL -- the Massive Data Analysis Lab. I did my PhD work at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Warwick, UK, and spent some time studying in Cleveland, Ohio at Case Western Reserve University with the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department . My research is based in the area of Algorithms and Complexity, and my thesis was based around problems using distances between combinatorial objects. This includes issues related to communication efficiency and error correction; data compression and pattern matching; sketch and streaming algorithms; geometric problems such as nearest neighbors algorithms, and so on. You can find my academic papers and research here, along with various other diversions.