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.
Ta-Duy is currently working on his MComp thesis project with me, designing frameworks for the analysis of cooperative behavior in task-based games.
Ridi is a PhD student in the NUS School of Computing. She is interested in computational fair division, algorithmic game theory and algorithmic transparency.
Mithun received his PhD degree in Computer Science from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis, where he was advised by Sanmay Das. His broad research interests are in the areas of algorithmic economics and machine learning with a special focus on the design and analysis of information aggregation mechanisms such as prediction markets.
Nawal's research interests lie in the area of Algorithmic Decision Theory and its applications in Artificial Intelligence and Operations Research. During her PhD (supervised by Prof. Patrice Perny), she studied the potential of preference elicitation methods to produce algorithms allowing the fast resolution of decision problems in complex environments (multiple criteria, multi-agents, uncertainty). Her contributions have been accepted for publication in selective international conferences on Artificial Intelligence, and she is the recipient of the ECAI 2014 best student paper award.
Alan received his PhD at the Cheriton School of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo. His advisor was Dr. Kate Larson and he was affiliated with the AI Lab. His research focus is on the interface between social networks and social choice. In particular, he is interested in how self-interested agents with bounded rationality interact with social choice mechanisms and the emergent behaviors that result.