I am a postdoc in computer science at the University of
Pennsylvania, and am fortunate to be hosted
Kearns, Aaron Roth,
Vohra. I recently completed my PhD working
with Avrim Blum
at Carnegie Mellon University. My
interests, generally speaking, lie within the area of theoretical
computer science; more specifically, I spend a lot of my time thinking
about mechanism design, learning, algorithmic game theory, privacy,
and approximation algorithms. To see my CV, click here.
Vasilis Syrgkanis and I gave a tutorial entitled "Algorithmic Game Theory and Data Science" at EC this year. My slides, along with screenshots of the grand table of results for the sample complexity of learning auctions and some related links, are now online!
I have been fortunate to be supported by the Simons
Award for Graduate Students in Theoretical Computer Science
(2014-2016), an NSF GFRP fellowship, as well as the Microsoft Research
Graduate Women's Scholarship.