EDITH ELKIND
Computer Science

EDITH ELKIND

Current position
PhD, Computer Science Professor at Oxford University
Skills
Algorithms
Game theory
Voting
Auctions
Cooperation

Social

THE COURSES

  • Сomplexity Theory

About

Dr. Elkind researches game theory and the computation of social choices. She looks at the decisions involved in multi-agent systems such as auctions, elections and co-operative games.

Dr. Elkind joined the Oxford Computer Science Department in 2013. Prior to coming to Oxford she was an Assistant Professor at Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), where her research was supported by the National Research foundation (NRF) Fellowship.

Dr. Elkind obtained her PhD from Princeton University in 2005, and was a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Warwick, University of Liverpool and Hebrew University of Jerusalem, as well as a lecturer (Roberts Fellow) at University of Southampton.

Selected Publications

  • Yair Zick‚ Edith Elkind and Evangelos Markakis. Arbitration and Stability in Cooperative Games with Overlapping Coalitions. In J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR). Pages to appear. 2014.
  • John Augustine‚ Ning Chen‚ Edith Elkind‚ Angelo Fanelli‚ Nick Gravin and Dmitry Shiryaev. Dynamics of Profit−Sharing Games. In Internet Mathematics. Pages to appear. 2014.
  • Edith Elkind, Martin Lackner. On Detecting Nearly Structured Preference Profiles. In AAAI. Pages 661−667. 2014.

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