Soumya Basu


About Me

I am an SWE in Google, Mountain View. My research interest lies in the theory and practice of Online Learning for enhancing complex systems. I am excited to utilize my expertise in online learning to improve performance across Google's large array of products!

Before joining Google, I obtained my Ph.D. in ECE, UT Austin under the supervision of Prof. Evdokia Nikolova and Prof. Sanjay Shakkottai. I was a member of the Wireless Networking and Communication Group (WNCG), UT Austin. Earlier I finished my undergraduate and Master's studies, from IIT Kharagpur, India.



  • Papers on 'Combinatorial Blocking Bandits with Stochastic Delay' and 'Beyond log2(T) Regret for Decentralized Bandits in Matching Markets' accepted for ICML 2021

  • Papers on 'ThomCoboS: Thompson Sampling-based MmWaveCodebook Selection in Rapidly-Varying Channels' accepted for Mobihoc 2021

  • Papers on 'Contextual Blocking Bandits' and 'Dominate or Delete: Decentralized Competing Bandits in Serial Dictatorship' accepted for AISTATS 2021