I am a PhD student in the EconCS group at Harvard University. My advisor is Prof. David C. Parkes

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 Oct. 2018).




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