Artificial Intelligence, Multi-agent Systems, Game Theory, Graph Theory, Social Networks
Specific Research Interests
Computational Social Choice, Voting Theory, Social Network Simulations, Algorithmic Fairness, Fair Allocation
I conduct research in Multi-agent Systems, a field of Artificial Intelligence that models and analyzes complex interactions between rational agents. In particular, I study computational social choice, leveraging tools and techniques from computer science to examine social choice problems such as voting and fair division. My interest is in strategic action within social networks, and I am particularly interested in interdisciplinary collaboration with domain researchers. My research techniques draw from economic game theory and agent based simulations.