I am a postdoctoral research scholar at the Economics Department at Princeton University hosted by Wolfgang Pesendorfer. Before that, I was a visiting post-doc at Stanford with Fuhito Kojima. I obtained a Ph.D. degree in mathematics from Technical University of Munich under the supervision of Felix Brandt. My research interests cover various areas of microeconomic theory including social choice theory, decision theory, and game theory. Currently, I study how multiple agents can make decisions under uncertainty, design mechanisms for matching under constraints, and explore dynamic processes for collective decision making.
I will be available for interviews on the European and American academic job market in December and January. In my job market paper, I study how groups of individuals can make decisions under uncertainty.