I am a lecturer in the Statistical Laboratory of the University of Cambridge and a fellow of King's College, 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, the 5th International Workshop on Computational Social Choice, and the poster track of the 10th Conference on Web and Internet Economics.

I organize a seminar series on Optimization and Incentives.

I was named after a cartoon cat.