My name is Christian Kroer. I am a Ph.D. student in Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, where I am part of the Electronic Marketplaces Lab, advised by Professor Tuomas Sandholm.

I have interned at Microsoft Research New York City, where I worked with Sébastien Lahaie and Miro Dudík, and Facebook Core Data Science, where I worked with Nico Stier and Eric Sodomka. I have also been affiliated with Facebook's Core Data Science team as a consulting research scientist.

I am a winner of the 2016-2018 Facebook Fellowship in economics and computation. I was a runner-up in the 2017 INFORMS Computing Society Student Paper Competition.

My resume can be found here.

Some of my code can be found on GitHub.

My e-mail is ckroer AT


My research lies at the intersection of computer science and economics. It is concerned with problems such as how to compute Nash equilibria in large-scale games and maximizing revenue in auctions.

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I have taught several courses on algorithms, artificial intelligence, and markets. A full list of courses can be found here.

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