David C. Parkes


Teaching
AM121
CS136
CS181
FS 26n
CS 285
CS236r
CS700 (EPFL)

Research and Bio
Publications
Resume
EconCS

Ph.D. Students
Zhe Feng (G1)
Hongyao Ma (G5)
Debmalya Mandal (G3)
Paul Tylkin (G3)

Visiting Fellows

Postdocs
Fei Fang
Harikrishna Narasimhan
Goran Radanovic
Nisarg Shah

Random
Cows

Harvard College Professor,
George F. Colony Professor of Computer Science, and
Area Dean for Computer Science

John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences,
Harvard University

Research Interests:
Multi-agent systems, Digital economy, Machine learning, Causal inference, Market design, Preference modeling, Bounded rationality, Mechanism design, Algorithmic game theory.

Office Hours (Spring 2017):
CS 181: Thursdays, 2.30-3.30p, 5.15-5.45p
Regular: Tuesdays 2-3p (starting 2/14)

Current Teaching:
CS 181: Machine Learning (Spring 2017)

At Harvard:
Economics and Computer Science Research Group

Other activities:
An economy of algorithms
Mechanism design for future-proofing the power grid
Inaugural report of the One Hundred Year Study on Artificial Intelligence
Harvard Magazine Commentary: Rationality and Robots
IACS Symposium on Data, Dollars, and Algorithms: The Computational Economy

Contact Information:
Maxwell Dworkin 229,
SEAS, Harvard University,
33 Oxford Street,
Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 384-8130
lastname - at - eecs.harvard.edu