Most of the time, I think about computational social choice, i.e., I search for algorithms that reconcile differing preferences in a way that provably ensures good outcomes. Among other things, I am thinking about new paradigms of democracy, refugee resettlement, and kidney exchange.
Before coming to CMU, I earned my undergraduate degree at Saarland University in Saarbrücken, Germany. There, I was fortunate to work with Bernd Finkbeiner on reactive synthesis.
I enjoy getting to know new people and chatting about research. Whether you're a researcher, a student interested in research, a practitioner, or just curious, just schedule a virtual coffee chat!