My research interests revolve around using market design, electronic negotiation and machine learning in real-world applications. In the last few years, I have especially focused on the application of these techniques in smart power grids. Some examples of recent work include:

Online mechanism design to coordinate the charging of potentially self-interested electric vehicles
Incentives for reliable demand response in capacity reserve markets
Incentivising the formation of virtual power plants, from distributed, intermittent generators
Coalition formation among electricity buyers and collective switching schemes