I am a post-doc at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), and a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Research on Computation and Society (CRCS). My host is Prof. David Parkes. I completed my PhD at the School of Computer Science and Engineering of The Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel, under the supervision of Prof. Jeffrey S. Rosenschein. My main research lies in the intersection of computation and economics, sometimes dubbed computational game theory. In particular, I study and design mechanisms that promote cooperation, stability, and social welfare among rational or bounded-rational agents. My research often intersects with other fields, such as Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Social Networks, Cognitive Psychology and Information Theory, and I am particularly interested in the interconnections between them.