Ph. D. candidate (
Advisor: Dr. My Thai), member of Optima Network Science Lab,
Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering,
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
[Google scholar profile].
My Erdos number is 4 via the following path: A. Kuhnle -- T. N. Dinh -- Panos Pardalos -- Ronald Graham -- Paul Erdos.
2013 -- present: Ph. D. Computer Science, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
2010 -- 2013: M.S. Mathematics, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
2005 -- 2010: B.S. Mathematics, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.
Approximation algorithms and combinatorial optimization, especially for complex networks
Algorithms that can run on billion-scale networks, such as large biological or social networks.
Dynamic networks, uncertain networks, online algorithms, adaptive algorithms
More information on my research
A. Kuhnle, V. G. Crawford, M. T. Thai.
Scalable and Adaptive Algorithms for the Triangle Interdiction Problem on Billion-Scale Networks. International Conference on Data Mining ( ICDM), 2017.
(Regular paper, Acceptance rate: 9.25%)
Invited to KAIS Journal Special Issue (ICDM Best papers)
A. Kuhnle, T. Pan, M. A. Alim, M. T. Thai.
Scalable Bicriteria Algorithms for the Threshold Activation Problem in Online Social Networks.
IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications ( INFOCOM), 2017.
(link to arXiv version) (Acceptance rate: 20.93%)
A. Kuhnle, Xiang Li, J. David Smith, My T. Thai.
Online set multicover algorithms for dynamic D2D communications.
Journal of Combinatorial Optimization (2017). doi:10.1007/s10878-017-0144-y
My full list of publications is available
Selected Honors and Awards
NSF Travel Grant, $1000 for IEEE INFOCOM 2017.
Best Paper Award, 10th International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks (IEEE MSN 2014)
Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship ($7500, 2009)
Florida Senate Spirit of Service Award (2009)
FSU Undergraduate Research Award ($4000, 2009)