I am a PhD student, and recipient of the Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Research Scholarship at the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, where I'm a member of the Game Theory Lab. I am being advised by Prof Y Narahari. My broad research interests are Algorithmic Game Theory and Approximation Algorithms. My current work is focused on matchings. Specifically, I am studying the intersection of stability, incentive compatibility and various fairness notions for matching settings. I have previously worked on problems in fair division, sponsored search, pricing systems and permissioned blockchains.
I completed my M Tech (Research) from CSA, IISc, under Prof Y Narahari, in July 2018, with a thesis titled "Design of Trusted Market Platforms using Permissioned Blockchains and Game Theory".
I worked as a summer intern at IBM Research, Bangalore during May-July 2017.
I was a recipient of the Summer Research Fellowship at CSE, IIT Madras in 2015.
Shivika Narang, Arpita Biswas, Y Narahari. On Achieving Fairness and Stability in Many-to-One Matchings. Working Paper.
Shivika Narang and Y Narahari. A Study of Incentive Compatibility and Stability Issues in Fractional Matchings. AAMAS 2020.
Siddharth Barman, Ganesh Ghalme, Shweta Jain, Pooja Kulkarni, Shivika Narang. Fair Division of Indivisible Goods Among Strategic Agents. AAMAS 2019
Shivika Narang, Megha Byali, Pankaj Dayama, Yadati Narahari, Vinayaka Pandit. Design of Trusted B2B Market Platforms using Permissioned Blockchains and Game Theory. IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency 2019, Seoul.
Shivika Narang, Praphul Chandra, Shweta Jain, and Yadati Narahari. Foundations of blockchain technology for industrial and societal applications. Advanced Computing and Communications, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp. 32-51. 2018.
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