Brown University, Computer Science, Advisor : Amy Greenwald
Denizalp Göktaş is a PhD candidate in the computer science department at Brown University working with Amy Greenwald.
Denizalp’s research lies at the intersection of computer science theory, optimization, and microeconomics. He builds and analyzes decentralized multi-agent learning algorithms in games and markets with the ultimate goal of building decentralized welfare improving technology based on these algorithms.
Denizalp holds a BA from Columbia University in Computer Science and Statistics and a BA from the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) in Political Science and Economics.
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