Homepage of Dr. Haris Aziz  

Team Leader ADT & Senior Research Scientist  Data61, CSIRO 
Conjoint Senior Lecturer UNSW 

Welcome to my homepage!
I am a Senior Research Scientist at Data61CSIRO in Sydney. I am the team lead of the Algorithmic Decision Theory group.

I am also a Conjoint Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor)  at the School of Computer Science and EngineeringUNSWFellow of AGORA Centre for Market design, and a member of the Centre on Impact of AI and Robotics. 

My research interests broadly relate to theoretical computer science, artificial intelligence, and microeconomic theory. In particular I work in two fields at the intersection of these areas: algorithmic game theory and computational social choice.

I was a postdoctoral research fellow at TUM (Technische Universität München) and LMU (Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich) in the group of Felix Brandt. Before my stint in Germany, I was a doctoral researcher at DIMAP (Centre for Discrete Mathematics and its Applications), University of Warwick under the supervision of Mike Paterson and Dennis Leech. I completed an MSc in Mathematics & Foundations of Computer Science from the University of Oxford and BSc Honours in Computer Science from LUMS. 

I occasionally blog about my academic research interests at http://haris-aziz.blogspot.com/ and The Conversation


Contact information: 

Computer Science and Engineering
Building K17
Sydney NSW 2052, Australia

Fax: +61 2 8306 0405
Phone:  +61294905909

Note that my NICTA email is no more in operation.

Questions about the research group Data61 should be directed to Mark Cardy at Mark.Cardy@data61.csiro.au.