Tara Safavi researcher and writer


My research is in learning and mining meaningful network representations of rich datasets, usually in temporal or sequential settings. Examples include building similarity graphs from time series (ICDM’17), reducing large networks to compact descriptions (CSUR’18, SNAM’18), and learning adaptive summaries of relational web data on user devices (ongoing). In general, I try to apply my research to important real-world problems across diverse domains. Recent applications include professional career trajectories (KDD’18), network monitoring, email communications, and more.

Selected publications

For a full list, see my CV.