I am a researcher in the theory group
in Microsoft Research, Redmond.
I am interested in what I call Automated Economics, which studies the question of how
technology can be used to improve the efficiency of economic systems.
My other interest is in Algorithms: I am interested in designing algorithms that are faster, simpler,
work online or in a distributed fashion, for some of the basic combinatorial optimization problems.
I am co-teaching (with Anna Karlin) a course on Algorithms and Uncertainty at UW this spring quarter, 2017.
I am the co-Program Committee Chair of WINE 2017.
Mentees (Interns and Postdocs)