Welcome!

My name is Dengwang Tang. I am a Ph.D. Candidate at Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Univeristy of Michigan, Ann Arbor. My advisor is Prof. Vijay Subramanian. My research interests include dynamic games, dynamic systems, and stochastic control.

Education

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Current and Past Research

D. Tang, H. Tavafoghi, V. G. Subramanian, A. Nayyar, D. Teneketzis, "Dynamic Games among Teams with Delayed Intra-Team Information Sharing," (2021) working paper

D. Tang, V. G. Subramanian, "Derandomized Load Balancing using Random Walks on Expander Graphs," (2019) paper

D. Tang, V. G. Subramanian, "Random Walk Based Sampling for Load Balancing in Multi-Server Systems," Proceedings of the ACM on Measurement and Analysis of Computing Systems (2019), Vol. 3(1), Article No. 14 paper

D. Tang, V. G. Subramanian, "Balanced Allocation with Random Walk Based Sampling," (2018) paper slides

D. Tang, V. G. Subramanian, "Eigenvalues of LRU via a Linear Algebraic Approach," Operation Research Letters (2018), Vol. 46(2), p.193-198 paper

D. Tang, V. G. Subramanian, "Approximately Envy-Free Spectrum Allocation with Complementarities," (2015) paper

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My Curriculum Vitae as of Jan. 2021