Mathieu Dahan

Mathieu Dahan

MIT-CCE


About Me

I am a fourth-year Ph.D. student in Computational Science and Engineering at MIT, advised by Saurabh Amin. My research interests are in the applications of optimization methods and game-theoretic tools for assessing and improving the survivability of infrastructure networks to disruptions. Currently, we are working on modeling a class of cyber-physical reliability and security problems in infrastructure networks that can result in component disruptions and loss of network functionality.

I received my B.S. in Pure and Applied Mathematics from the University of Paris XI-Sud, my B.Eng. and M.Eng. from the École Centrale Paris, and my M.S. in Computation for Design and Optimization from MIT. I expect to graduate from my Ph.D. in February 2019.

During the summer of 2016, I worked as a research scientist intern at Amazon.com (Seattle) in the Supply Chain Optimization Technologies team. Using Machine-Learning techniques, I worked on predicting the fulfillment cost and developing a prototype to grant a fast and accurate access to future shipping cost estimates.


Publications

  • Leveraging sUAS for Infrastructure Network Exploration and Failure Isolation
    A. Lee, M. Dahan, A. Weinert, S. Amin. Working Paper.
  • Integration of sUAS-Enabled Sensing for Leak Identification with Oil and Gas Pipeline Maintenance Crews
    A. Lee, M. Dahan, S. Amin. 2017 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Miami, FL, June 2017.
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  • Network Monitoring under Strategic Disruptions
    M. Dahan, L. Sela, S. Amin. Working paper.
    Preprint
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  • Network Sensing for Security Against Link Disruption Attacks
    M. Dahan, L. Sela Perelman, S. Amin. 54th Allerton Conference on Communication, Control and Computing, Urbana, IL, October 2016.
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  • Network Security and Min-Cost Max-Flow Problem
    M. Dahan. Master Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, February 2016.
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  • Security Games in Network Flow Problems
    M. Dahan, S. Amin. Working paper.
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  • Network Flow Routing under Strategic Link Disruptions
    M. Dahan, S. Amin. 53rd Allerton Conference on Communication, Control and Computing, Urbana, IL, October 2015.
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Presentations

  • Stochastic Probing to Maximize the Value of Diagnostic Information, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Houston, TX, October 2017.
  • Strategic Network Inspection Using Resource-Constrained sUAS, NSF Review Meeting, Arlington, VA, Janvier 2017.
  • Randomized Network Inspection for Security Against Link Disruption Attacks, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, November 2016.
  • Network Sensing for Security Against Link Disruption Attacks, 54th Allerton Conference on Communication, Control and Computing, Urbana, IL, October 2016.
  • Security Games on Infrastructure Networks (poster), MIT Institute for Data, Systems, and Society Launch Event, Cambridge, MA, September 2016.
  • Security Games on Infrastructure Networks (workshop, joint with L. Sela, C. Feng, J. Liu and S. Amin), MIT, Cambridge, MA, January 2016.
  • Network Flow Routing under Strategic Link Disruptions, 21st LIDS Student Conference 2016, MIT Campus, MA, January 2016.
  • A Game-Theoretic Model of Network Routing under Strategic Link Disruptions, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 2015. slides
  • Out of Water: Resilience of Urban Water Structures in the Wake of Disruptions (workshop, joint with L. Sela, J. Liu and Saurabh Amin), Harvard University, Cambridge MA, October 2015.
  • Network Flow Routing under Strategic Link Disruptions, 53rd Allerton Conference on Communication, Control and Computing, Urbana, IL, October 2015.

Resume

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