I am a postdoctoral research scholar at the Economics Department at Princeton University hosted by Wolfgang Pesendorfer. Prior to that, I was a visiting post-doc at Stanford's Economics Department with Fuhito Kojima. I obtained a PhD degree in mathematics from Technical University of Munich under supervision of Felix Brandt. My research interests broadly cover social choice theory, decision theory, and game theory. Currently, I am particularly interested in decision-making under risk and uncertainty, dynamic processes for collective decision making, fair division, and matching.