Vincent Conitzer

University of Oxford

Names

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Vincent Conitzer (Preferred)

Emails

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****@cs.cmu.edu
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****@cs.duke.edu

Education & Career History

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Full Professor
University of Oxford (oxford.ac.uk)
2021Present
 
Full Professor
Duke University (duke.edu)
2011Present
 
Assistant Professor
Duke University (duke.edu)
20062011
 
PhD student
Carnegie Mellon University (cmu.edu)
20012006
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisee
Yuan Deng
****@google.com
20152020
 
Postdoc Advisee
Yu Cheng
****@uic.edu
20172019
 
Postdoc Advisee
Michael Albert
****@darden.virginia.edu
20162018
 
PhD Advisee
Rupert Freeman
****@darden.virginia.edu
20132018
 
PhD Advisee
Catherine Moon
****@keystonestrategy.com
20132018
 
Postdoc Advisee
Aaron Kolb
****@indiana.edu
20162016
 
PhD Advisee
Yuqian Li
****@google.com
20112016
 
Postdoc Advisee
Markus Brill
****@tu-berlin.de
20132015
 
Postdoc Advisee
Angelina Vidali
****@mpi-inf.mpg.de
20122014
 
Postdoc Advisee
Taiki Todo
****@agent.inf.kyushu-u.ac.jp
20122013
 
Postdoc Advisee
Troels Bjerre Lund
****@itu.dk
20122013
 
PhD Advisee
Dmytro Korzhyk
****@twosigma.com
20082013
 
PhD Advisee
Joshua Letchford
****@sandia.gov
20072013
 
PhD Advisee
Lirong Xia
****@cs.rpi.edu
20072011
 
PhD Advisee
Mingyu Guo
****@adelaide.edu.au
20062010
 
PhD Advisee
Liad Wagman
****@stuart.iit.edu
20062009
 
PhD Advisor
Tuomas Sandholm
****@cs.duke.edu
20012006
 

Expertise

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ethics, society, policy
2007Present
 
game theory, equilibrium computation, solution concepts
2001Present
 
mechanism design, market design, auctions, exchanges, prediction markets
2001Present
 
social choice, preferences, voting
2001Present