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Jason D Hartline
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Jason D Hartline

About Me

Associate Professor in EECS, with a Courtesy Appointment in Kellogg, Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences Department
Theoretical computer science, game theory, economics, and algorithms
Dr. Hartline joined the EECS department (and MEDS, by courtesy) in January of 2008. He was a researcher at Microsoft Research, Silicon Valley from 2004 to 2007, where his research covered foundational topic of algorithmic mechanism design and applications

Dr. Hartline's current research interests lie in the intersection of the fields of theoretical computer science, game theory, and economics. With the Internet developing as the single most important arena for resource sharing among parties with diverse and selfish interests, traditional algorithmic and distributed systems approaches are insufficient. Instead, in protocols for the Internet, game-theoretic and economic issues must be considered. A fundamental research endeavor in this new field is the design and analysis of auction mechanisms and pricing algorithms.

Academic Faculty
CS - Computer Science


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