I am a postdoctoral fellow at MIT affiliated
with LIDS working
with Professor Asu
and Professor Daron
My research interests include:
Analyzing the strategic interactions over the network among
Mechanism Design and
and applications of Bayesian mechanism design, including optimal
auctions in multidimensional settings, auction design for budget
constrained agents, computationally efficient approximations of
optimal auctions, and mechanism design for two sided matching
Designing computationally efficient algorithms (approximation and
randomized) for problems in transportation,
online/display advertising and energy monitoring applications.
I received my Ph.D. in Dec 2009 from the
Computer Science Department at
University of Maryland College Park. I was advised by Professor
Samir Khuller. Before
joining MIT, I was a postdoctoral fellow in the
Computer Science Department at Northwestern University from Jan 2010
until August 2011.
my B.Sc. from Sharif University of Technology in Tehran.