Fatih Erdem Kızılkaya
I am a second year PhD student in computer science at University of Southern California, working with David Kempe. Before coming to Southern California, I completed my undergraduate and master’s degrees at TOBB University of Economic and Technology in my hometown Ankara, Turkey.
My research journey so far has been focused around the areas of algorithmic game theory and computational social choice, specifically the formation of coalitions in strategic settings. More recently, I took an interest in voting theory and I am currently working on analysis and design of voting rules. My broader research interests include algorithms and artificial intelligence.
Association for the Understanding of Artificial Intelligence