Postdoctoral fellow
Faculty of Economics
University of Cambridge


I am currently a postdoctoral research associate at the Faculty of EconomicsUniversity of Cambridge, and a researcher in economics & AI at

Before that, I was a postdoctoral fellow at Carnegie Mellon University (in the Dynamic decision making labDepartment of Social and Decision Sciences)I did my PhD in logic and experimental economics at the University of Toulouse, jointly working with the Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse (IRIT) and Toulouse School of Economics (TSE). In my research, I combine various methodologies from economics (game theory, experiments) and computer science (logic, multi-agent systems) to study the underlying principles of both individual and collective intelligence.

My primary research focus is on the foundations of fairness, trust, and cooperation. In particular, I am investigating the nature of social relationships, and how individual behavior can shape the structure of social networks and induce the emergence of large scale social phenomena. 
More practically, I am interested in applying tools from behavioral economics and artificial intelligence to the design of innovative technologies that can effectively enhance collaborative activity and improve social welfare. 

Research interests:
game theory, behavioral/experimental economics, social & economic networks, social identity, social communication, collective intelligence, market design. 


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