I am currently a post-doctoral researcher at Networks, Economics and Algorithms Microsoft Research Cambridge managed by Peter Key. I completed my PhD in computer science at University of Southern California under the supervision of David Kempe.
My research interest lies in the intersection of algorithms, game theory, economics and mathematical sociology. In particular, I am interested in algorithmic mechanism design and the analysis of social networks. I work both on efficient algorithms that help us design and analyze complex human interactions, and conversely on incentive mechanisms to help us solve hard machine problems.
Prior to joining Microsoft Research, I was a consultant to Mojolive, a start-up in the area of career management.
I am actively involved with academic, industry, and business communities.
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