Kuba works on problems at the intersection of computational learning theory and game theory. Before coming to NUS, he was an undergraduate student of Computer Science at St Hugh's College, Oxford, where he received his MCompSci. He is originally from Siedlce, close to Warsaw. Kuba likes algorithms, Project Euler, behavioural economics, martial arts and sports in general.
Vinh is a PhD student in the NUS School of Computing. He is interested in Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Game Theory, and Bioinformatics.
If you are interested in doing a PhD or an MSc with me, please feel free to contact me.
I am very excited to have Dr. Mithun Chakraborty join my group this summer!
I am very excited to have Dr. Nawal Benabbou join my group this summer!
I am looking to fill one postdoctoral research fellow position, working on a project titled “Data-Driven Strategic Collaboration”. Successful applicants will explore algorithmic and economic challenges in fair division, social choice, markets, and coalition formation; in addition, we will explore methods of making big-data algorithms more transparent, and find ways of identifying discriminatory behavior.
We are seeking outstanding candidates holding (or soon to be holding) a PhD in algorithmic game theory, computational economics, computational social choice, security or other related disciplines. The candidates will be working on problems at the intersection of game theory, machine learning, and algorithms; thus, expertise in combinatorics, computational complexity and machine learning is a plus. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Interested applicants should email me: