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I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Operations Research Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

I work with Prof. Patrick Jaillet, full professor in the EECS department at MIT in the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems, and Prof. Itai Ashlagi, assistant Professor of Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University (previously at MIT Sloan).

My current research focuses on developping data driven matching algorithms in dynamic settings. I am specifically interested in the cases where there is uncertainty on future arrivals of agents, and when agents have a strategic behavior. I also have a strong interest in designing two-sided platforms that discourage free-riding of agents and lead to optimal allocations in a decentralized way.

Areas of interest also include in stochastic networks, queueing theory, data-driven optimization, as well as statistical learning techniques with applications in industry-oriented problems.

 

Previously:

Received a Master of Science degree from École Polytechnique with specialization in Probability theory, Optimization and Machine learning.

Received a multidisciplinary Bachelor of Science degree from École Polytechnique.