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.
M. Dahan, L. Sela Perelman, S. Amin, "Randomized Network Sensing under Strategic Link Disruptions". Working paper.
M. Dahan, A. Weinert, S. Amin, "Network Exploration and Inspection Using Distance-Constrained sUAS". Submitted, 2016.
M. Dahan, L. Sela Perelman, S. Amin, "Network Sensing for Security Against Link Disruption Attacks". To appear in the Proceedings of the 54th Allerton Conference on Communication, Control and Computing, Urbana, IL, October 2016.
M. Dahan, "Network Security and Min-Cost Max-Flow Problem". Master Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, February 2016.
M. Dahan, S. Amin, "Security Games in Network Flow Problems". Working paper.
M. Dahan, S. Amin, "Network Flow Routing under Strategic Link Disruptions". Submitted, 2016. Proceedings of the 53rd Allerton Conference on Communication, Control and Computing, Urbana, IL, October 2015.
I have been riding horses for 15 years, taking part in international and professional jumping competitions.