Gabriel P. Andrade

I'm a second year Ph.D. student in computer science at the University of Colorado Boulder. My advisors are Professors Rafael Frongillo and Joshua Grochow.

Before coming here, I completed an M.S. in applied math at UMass Amherst. My undergraduate degree is also from UMass, where I majored in pure math with a minor in philosophy.

Research Interests:
Networked Markets, Algorithmic Economics, Game Theory, Complex Adaptive Systems, Local-global theory, and Distributed Multi-agent Systems

Teaching: CSCI 1200 (Wednesday 2:00pm-3:40pm & 4:00pm-5:40pm)

In Progress:

  • Graphical Economies with Reselling, G. P. Andrade, R. Frongillo, E. Gorokhovsky, and S. Srinivasan (2019)
  • Energy Pricing Dynamics with Price Sensitive Agents, G. P. Andrade, K. Baker, R. Frongillo, and S. Molnar (2019)
  • A Liquid Democratic Model of Collective Transport, G. P. Andrade, and J. Finocchiaro (2019)
  • Unsupervised Event Detection in Long Horizon Time Series, G. P. Andrade, J. Cadena, and G. Konjevod (2019)