I am a lecturer in the Statistical Laboratory of the University of Cambridge, a fellow of King's College, Cambridge, and a visiting researcher in the Networks, Economics, and Algorithms Group at Microsoft Research Cambridge. Before coming to Cambridge I was a PhD student in the PAMAS Group at LMU Munich and a postdoctoral research fellow in the EconCS Group at Harvard University.

I am interested in game theory, social choice, and mechanism design, including their computational aspects and application to computational systems.

I am the information director of the ACM Special Interest Group on Electronic Commerce and the ACM Transactions on Economics and Computation, and a member of the program committees of the 15th ACM Conference on Economics and Computation and the 5th International Workshop on Computational Social Choice.

I organize a seminar series on Optimization and Incentives.

I was named after a cartoon cat.