Current Research

My current research interest is in CS education since I am passionate about teaching. Recently, I have been involved in research projects on understanding students' time management habits and designing interventions in our courses to help students improve their time management skills.

Publications on CS Education
Past Research

My past research was broadly at the intersection of artificial intelligence and game theory. I think about how to design the incentives in a system to get accurate information from strategic participants. My work has tackled a range of problems including designing grading mechanisms and forecasting future events, by using a mix of theoretical and experimental methods.

Publications on Algorithmic Game Theory

Ph.D. Dissertation

Eliciting and Aggregating Truthful and Noisy Information
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, September 2014.

SIGecom Doctoral Dissertation Award runner up
IFAAMAS Victor Lesser Distinguished Dissertation Award runner up