My research is broadly situated at the interface between economics and computer science, and draws on concepts from multi-agent systems and game theory. I am particularly interested in mechanism design for coordination in the presence of uncertainty and downstream decisions.
I received my M.S. in 2014 at Harvard, and B.S. in 2012 at Xi'an Jiaotong University, both in Electrical Engineering.
I interned at Uber in the summer of 2017, visited Technion in the summer of 2016, worked as a research intern at AT&T Labs Research in the summer of 2013 and visited UCLA as a part of the CSST Program in 2011.
Curriculum Vitae (updated March 2018).