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I am a theoretical computer scientist working in the areas of Computational Economics, Algorithmic Game Theory, Dynamical Aspects of Machine Learning and Discrete Mathematics.
More specifically, I am currently focusing on the following topics:
Natural Algorithms in Economics (including Learning Algorithms/Dynamics in Games and Market Dynamics),
Asynchronous Optimization and Iterative Systems and
Graph Sparsification, Partitioning and Clustering.
The first two topics are highly inter-connected with the broad areas of Dynamical Systems, Chaos Theory, Optimization and Parallel Computing.