Game dynamics derived in my work:
I'm a fourth year PhD student in computer science at the University of Colorado Boulder, where I'm extremely fortunate to be advised by Rafael Frongillo and Joshua Grochow. Before coming here, I completed an MS in applied math at UMass Amherst. My undergraduate degree is also from UMass, where I majored in pure math with a minor in philosophy.
My research interests lie at the intersection of algorithmic game theory, multi-agent learning, and dynamical systems. I am particularly interested in characterizing dynamic phenomena emerging from interactions between numerous adaptive agents, as well as deriving formal methods for ensuring a system's emergent dynamics are desirable.
Algorithmic Economics, Game Theory, Dynamical Systems, Complex Networks, and Multi-Agent Learning