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Prospective Graduate Students: If you are applying to Rutgers Graduate School and are thinking of contacting me for possible research opportunities then you should carefully read and follow the advice in this public Evernote note. Please do not expect a response from me if you fail to adhere to my advice.

Prospective Undergraduate Students: While I work with non-Rutgers undergraduate students, such engagements are managed through other units such as DIMACS and WINLAB. Please do not email me directly for such opportunities.

Prospective High-School Students: If you are a high-school student and are thinking of contacting me for possible research opportunities then you should carefully read and follow the advice in this public Evernote note. Please do not expect a response from me if you fail to adhere to my advice.

Graduate Students: If you are an existing graduate student at Rutgers and are thinking of contacting me for possible research opportunities then you should carefully read and follow the advice in this public Evernote note. Please do not expect a response from me if you fail to adhere to my advice.

Undergraduate Students: If you are an existing undergraduate student at Rutgers and are thinking of contacting me for possible research opportunities then you should carefully read and follow the advice in this public Evernote note. Please do not expect a response from me if you fail to adhere to my advice.

Graduate Students: If you are an existing graduate student at Rutgers and are thinking of contacting me for an independent study, supervision of an MS technical paper, or writing of a (job or graduate school) reference letter then you should carefully read and follow the advice in this public Evernote note. Please do not expect a response from me if you fail to adhere to my advice.

Undergraduate Students: If you are an existing undergraduate student at Rutgers and are thinking of contacting me for an independent study, supervision of a capstone project, or writing of a (job or graduate school) reference letter then you should carefully read and follow the advice in this public Evernote note. Please do not expect a response from me if you fail to adhere to my advice.