I am a PhD student at University of British Columbia. My area of research is Algorithmic Game Theory and Mechanism design. I am especially interest in using the tools of mechanism design in new and unique settings. Some examples are the food bank allocation problem and the design of virtual economies. . My supervisors are Kevin Leyton-Brown and Hu Fu.

I recieved a Masters Degree in Computer Science from UBC in 2019 and received my Bachelors degree from Dalhousie University in 2017

Taylor Lundy

tlundy at cs.ubc.ca

Department of Computer Science
University of British Columbia
2366 Main Mall, Room x560


  • Limitations of Incentive Compatibility on Discrete Type Spaces
    Taylor Lundy and Hu Fu
  • Allocation for Social Good: Auditing Mechanisms for Utility Maximization
    Taylor Lundy, Alexander Wei, Hu Fu, Scott Duke Kominers, Kevin Leyton-Brown
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