I am a Ph.D. student at the University of Notre Dame in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering advised by Dr. Tim Weninger. I am also a member of the Interdisciplinary Center for Network Science and Applications (iCeNSA).
My research centers on the intersection of formal language theory and network science. More specifically, I study graph generation models using graph grammars.
Before this, I worked on community detection in complex networks at the Social Network Analysis Research Group at Heritage Institute of Technology, Kolkata, India.
- Hibshman, Justus, Satyaki Sikdar, and Tim Weninger. Towards Interpretable Graph Modeling with Vertex Replacement Grammars. IEEE International Conference on Big Data 2019.
- Sikdar, Satyaki, Justus Hibshman, and Tim Weninger. Modeling Graphs with Vertex Replacement Grammars. IEEE International Conference on Data Mining 2019. [code]
- Pennycuff, Corey, Satyaki Sikdar, Catalina Vajiac, David Chiang, and Tim Weninger. Synchronous Hyperedge Replacement Graph Grammars. International Conference on Graph Transformation, 2018 [code]
- Basuchowdhuri, Partha, Satyaki Sikdar, Varsha Nagarajan, Khusbu Mishra, Surabhi Gupta, and Subhashis Majumder. Fast Detection of Community Structures using Graph Traversal in Social Networks, Knowledge and Information Systems, 2018. [code]
- Basuchowdhuri, Partha, Satyaki Sikdar, Sonu Shreshtha, and Subhashis Majumder. Detecting Community Structures in Social Networks by Graph Sparsification. 3rd ACM IKDD Conference on Data Science, 2016.