Hanrui Zhang

Contact: hrzhang __at__ cs __dot__ duke __dot__ edu

I am a fourth-year PhD student in Computer Science at Duke University, advised by Vincent Conitzer. I did my undergraduate in Yao Class, Tsinghua University. I am supported by a James B. Duke Fellowship.

I am interested in Economics and Computation -- problems with economic motivations that can be approached using techniques from computer science. My recent research focuses on learning and decision making in complex environments, in the presence of strategic behavior, with limited means of interaction, under uncertainty of the future, subject to fairness and privacy constraints.

Publications and Manuscripts

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Academic Services

Conference Reviewing: AAAI (20, 21), AAMAS (20), AISTATS (19), EC (20), FOCS (19), ICALP (20), ICML (20), IJCAI (21), NeurIPS (20), SoCG (20), WINE (16).

Journal Reviewing: Games and Economic Behavior.

Teaching

Last updated: Sep 2020