| ||Elliot Anshelevich|
Algorithms and theoretical computer science, especially issues at the intersection of Economics and Computation. Algorithms for large decentralized networks, including networks with strategic agents. Particular interests include: network formation, networked markets, algorithmic game theory, local and decentralized routing algorithms, approximation algorithms, graph algorithms, and information propagation in both social and computer networks. If you are a student who wants to work with me, please also read this.
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2012-present: Associate Professor at RPI
2006-2012: Assistant Professor at RPI
2005-2006: Postdoc, Princeton University (with Moses Charikar)
2000-2005: Ph.D., Cornell University (with Jon Kleinberg)
1996-2000: Comp.Sci. and Math major, Rice University
Fall 2016: CSCI 2300 Introduction To Algorithms
CSCI 2300 Introduction to Algorithms: Spring 2016
CSCI 6210 Design and Analysis of Algorithms: Spring 2012-2016
CSCI 4020 Computer Algorithms: Spring 2007-2016
CSCI 696- Algorithmic Game Theory: Spring 2009, Fall 2011, 2013
CSCI 696-/496- Approximation Algorithms: Spring 2010, 2015, Fall 2012
CSCI 6964 Advanced Algorithm Design: Fall 2006-2007
RPI Theory Group
Current and Former Graduate Students:
Shreyas Sekar, joined 2012
John Postl, PhD 2016, now at Bloomberg.
Onkar Bhardwaj, PhD 2015, now a postdoc at IBM Watson.
Ameya Hate, PhD 2012, now at Akamai, formerly at National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER).
Bugra Caskurlu, PhD 2010, now at TOBB Economics and Technology University (Ankara, Turkey), formerly at West Virginia University.
Michael Usher, RPI class of 2013, pursuing graduate study at Cornell University.
Matthew Gerrior, RPI class of 2012.
Yonatan Naamad, RPI class of 2010, pursuing graduate study at Princeton University.
(Full chronological list)