Daniel Eidan

eidan@cs.toronto.edu

I am currently completing my last year of my undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto.
Working towards a specialist in computer science with a minor in mathematics.
My interests are primarily in algorithm design, computational complexity, data structures and neural networks.

I am currently researching with university professor Allan Borodin as part of the Computer Science Theory Group thanks to an NSERC summer research grant. The current topics I am working on are algorithmic game theory, particularly mechanism design without money in applications such as the kidney exchange game and the facility location problem.




All the current papers we're reading with relevant notes here.
Check our our results in progress:




And if you're interested please take a look at my resume.