Publications


Conference and journal papers

Top CS conferences have low acceptance rates. I publish only in the top CS conferences (usually top artificial intelligence, machine learning, or economics and computation conferences), typically with acceptance rates around 25%.

 


Workshop papers

 


Selected invited talks

  • Multiplicative Pacing Equilibria in Auction Markets. INFORMS Annual Conference, 2017.
  • Multiplicative Pacing Equilibria in Auction Markets. Duke University CS-ECON Seminar, 2017.
  • Arbitrage-Free Combinatorial Market Making via Integer Programming. INFORMS Annual Conference, 2016.
  • Faster First-Order Methods for Extensive-Form Game Solving. INFORMS Annual Conference, 2015.
  • Faster First-Order Methods for Extensive-Form Game Solving. 22nd International Symposium on Mathematical Programming (ISMP), 2015.
  • Computational Bundling for Auctions. INFORMS Annual Conference, 2013.

 


Other talks

  • First-Order Methods for Extensive-Form Game Solving. CMU AI Seminar, 2016.
  • Arbitrage-Free Combinatorial Market Making via Integer Programming. Facebook Operations, Economics and Computation group, 2016.
  • Abstraction and Convex Optimization in Sequential Game Solving. CMU grad AI, 2016.
  • Discretization of Continuous Action Spaces in Extensive-Form Games. INFORMS Annual Conference, 2015.
  • Sequential Game Solving Overview. CMU undergrad AI, 2014.
  • Extensive-Form Game Abstraction with Bounds. CMU theory lunch, 2014.
  • Extensive-Form Game Abstraction with Bounds. CMU open house, 2014.

 


Thesis documents