I am an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University.
I usually work on problems at the interface of computer science and economics. Some of my current research interests include:
I am a member of the AI group, the theory group, and the ACO program. I write papers, teach courses,
serve on various editorial boards and program committees, and, best of all, advise wonderful students and postdocs.
- Computational social choice, and its applications to crowdsourcing and human computation.
- Computational game theory, and its applications to physical security and cybersecurity.
- Computational mechanism design, and its applications to kidney exchange.
- Computational fair division, and its applications to, well, making the world a bit fairer.