semartin "at" mit.edu
(+1) 510 229-2758
An in-depth article about our work on school start times appeared in the Boston Globe on Sept. 20., and another one in Wired on Nov. 5.
My research is in the areas of optimization and machine learning, with applications in transportation and public policy. My current focus is to scale traditional optimization and machine learning algorithms to real world problems involving large datasets. I have the pleasure to partner with Boston Public School to optimize their bus routes and school start times.
Prior to joining MIT, I graduated from Ecole polytechnique (class X2011) with a MS degree in Applied Mathematics.