Jamie Morgenstern

Ph.D. Student in the Computer Science Department
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
Office: 9221 Gates Hillman Center
Email: 'jamiemmt' at 'cs' dot 'cmu' dot 'edu'


I am a computer science PhD student at Carnegie Mellon University. My advisor is Avrim Blum. I am generally interested in theory, specifically mechanism design, algorithmic game theory, privacy, and approximation algorithms. I spent the summer of 2012 at Alcatel-Lucent Labs. For the summer of 2013, I worked with Nikhil Devanur at Microsoft Research Redmond.

Funding

I am fortunate to be supported by the Simons Award for Graduate Students in Theoretical Computer Science for 2014-2016. Previously, I was supported by an NSF GFRP fellowship, as well as the Microsoft Research Graduate Women's Scholarship.

Publications

Author order is alphabetical.

Teaching

I was the instructor for 15122, Principles of Imperative Programming, for summer 2012.

Misc.

I also like to run. Here are a few recent race results.