About Me

I am a Research Assistant at the Algorithms and Complexity Theory Group of the Computer Science Department at the University of Oxford and a member of the Game Theory Group lead by Elias Koutsoupias. I work on algorithmic mechanism design and algorithmic game theory, in particular mainly algorithmic mechanism design without money, social choice theory, divisible and indivisible item allocation and markets as well as fair division and the complexity of related problems.

I obtained my PhD degree from the Computer Science Department of Aarhus University, Denmark in 2015, under the supervision of Peter Bro Miltersen. My MSc advisor was Ioannis Caragiannis.

When I am not working, I like to play the guitar and try to compose music. The results of my attempts can be summarized in four self-recorded and self-produced albums with my amateur band.