About me

I am a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at London School of Economics. I work on problems at the intersection of Algorithms, Game Theory, and Mechanism Design. I am particularly interested in Auction Theory, Optimal Stopping and Pricing Problems, and the application of techniques from machine learning to these areas.

I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science from EPFL Lausanne. My advisor was Monika Henzinger. During my Ph.D. I did summer internships with David C. Parkes at Harvard University and Radu Jurca at Google Zurich. After my Ph.D. I was a Postdoctoral Researcher with Tim Roughgarden at Stanford University and with Éva Tardos at Cornell University, an LSE Fellow in Mathematics at London School of Economics, and a Senior Researcher at ETH Zürich.

I have acted as reviewer for leading Economics/OR journals such as Econometrica, Operations Research, Mathematics of Operations Research, and Games and Economic Behavior and regularly serve on the program committee of major Computer Science conferences such as EC. I have won a Best Paper Award at EC’12.

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Some recent conference papers

Some recent journal papers

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