Hello! I am a (third year) doctoral student in Computer Science at the
University of British
Columbia where I work under the supervision of Kevin
computational issues in auction design. Previously, I
completed a master in mathematics at McGill university in 2012
under the supervision of Bruce
Shepherd, with a thesis about a special case of the
robust network design problem. Before that, I did a
bachelors in mathematics & computer science at McGill university in 2011.
My research interests are rather broad. I enjoy addressing various computational problems,
be it through the use of discrete mathematics and optimization, or more empirically using
machine learning techniques. I am also developing a taste for
microeconomics, more specifically game theory and mechanism design and their interaction with theoretical computer science and application
to auctions. Finally, I can be a resourceful programmer when duty calls.