I am a fifth-year Doctoral Candidate studying Information and Decision Sciences at Carlson School of Management. I develop methods and frameworks that help decision-makers better conduct A/B testing experiments and also optimally target subjects and treatments in a budget constrained, heterogeneous treatment effect environment. These questions fall in the line of literature related to Heterogeneous Treatment effects and Multi-Arm Bandits. I use a mix of Statistics, Machine Learning and Causal Inference to solve the above problems.
📧 ganga020 (at) umn (dot) edu
2016 - Present
Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
2008 - 2013
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India
Google Inc., Trust and Safety, Google Search Anti-Abuse, Hyderabad, India (2013-2016)
Part of global Search Quality team that prevents abuse on Google Search results using a combination of manual and automated solutions. Worked as an Automation Specialist and collaborated with multiple spam task forces and created end-to-end automated spam filters. These automated solutions together impacted over 200M search queries in 2015 alone.
MuSigma Inc., Bangalore, India (2013)