|Phone: +49 (0) 89 289 - 17514|
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85748 Munich, Germany
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I am a Phd student in the group of Prof. Brandt since February 2021. Before this, I studied Informatics at TUM from 2015 to 2020. I am interested in different topics in computational social choice, but often focus on probabilistic social choice. I mainly work with computer aided methods, such as SAT-solving, SMT-solving, linear programming and integer programming.
- Economics and Computation (SS 2022)
- Computational Social Choice (WS 2021/22)
- Economics and Computation (SS 2021)
Student Project supervision
- Bachelor's thesis Finding minimal voting paradoxes for Dodgson's rule by Felix Heinermann
- Master's thesis Locally Pareto Optimal Coalition Formation by David Gamsiz
I maintain and continue to develop the following Projects:
- Voting.ml : A website that computes Maximal Lotteries and many other social choice functions. You can find extra functionality at pro.voting.ml.
- Pnyx: A powerful and user friendly preference aggregation tool.
You can send feedback, questions, and request about these projects to me. If you are a Master/Bachelor student and are interested in developing websites/apps for social choice, e.g., as a Master/Bachelor thesis, you can contact me.