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From 1997 to 2000, I was an undergrad at M.I.T., obtaining a B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering, with a Minor in Economics.  I am also a brother of Phi Beta Epsilon.

From 2000 to 2004, I earned a Ph.D. in Computer Science at Stanford University.  I was a student of Yoav Shoham, and a member of the Multiagent Group.

I conducted research in the Artificial Intelligence subfield of Multi-Agent Systems, working at the intersection of Computer Science and Game Theory.  In one project, we developed an algorithm for finding Nash equilibria which outperformed all existing algorithms.  A full list of my papers, along with abstracts, can be found here.

I was head TA for CS 221: Artificial Intelligence (Fall, '01-'02), and sole TA for CS 224M: Multi-Agent Systems (Winter, '02-'03) and CS 324: Computer Science and Game Theory (Spring, '02-'03).

After graduating, I was a postdoc at Penn under Michael Kearns, conducting research in Artificial Intelligence.