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I am a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and a Research Fellow at Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK). Prior to this, I was a Career Development Fellow in Computer Science at Balliol College at the University of Oxford.

I completed a D.Phil. in Theoretical Computer Science under the supervision of Paul Goldberg, and a B.A. in Mathematics at Harvard University with a minor in Neuroscience in 2012.

My interests lie in the intersection of Algorithmic Game Theory, Decentralised Consensus Protocols, and Computational Learning Theory.

​I am also a co-organiser of the Mechanism Design For Social Good (MD4SG) research initiative alongside Rediet Abebe, Irene Lo, Ana-Andrea Stoica, Wanyi Li, Lily Xu, and George Obaido.

Photo credit : Stuart Bebb

News and Updates
  • October 2021 : I will be giving a talk on "Fostering Geographical Diversity in Academic Conferences”, at the Innovations in Research and Practice Cluster at INFORMS (upcoming), Oct 2021. Come check it out if you get the chance!
     

  • July 2021: Excited to share that as of this month, I will continue my research as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) as a part of David Parkes' group.
     

  • June 2021: It was a great experience to participate in a panel at the International Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM ) on fostering global research communities.
     

  • May 2021 : Pleased to share that recent work spearheaded by my colleagues at the IPICyT on using mobile crowdsourcing health surveys to predict COVID clusters in San Luis Potosi, Mexico has been accepted to the International Journal of Medical Informatics. Read the publication here.
     

  • May 2021: Check out this recent journal article on COVID-19 Group Test Protocols on which I was one of the co-authors. The methodology described in the paper has been successfully implemented in San Luis Potosi  and has been the backbone of our work on COVID-19 testing optimization.
     

  • May 2021: I recently gave a talk entitled “Mechanism Design for Social Good: Maximising the Utility of a Limited Number of COVID Tests” at the ELLIS Human ­Centric Machine Learning Workshop. Watch it here.
     

  • April 2021: Had a wonderful time giving a joint talk for the IPICYT molecular biology department's interdisciplinary seminar series alongside my father, Francisco Marmolejo, on the changing landscape of research due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
     

  • March 2021: Excited to be General Chair for the inaugural ACM Conference on Equity and Access in Algorithms, Mechanisms and Optimization (EAAMO'21)! Please take a look at the call for papers for our Research and Policy & Practice tracks and consider submitting your work. 
     

  • March 2021: Feel free to come take a look at the report Faidra Monachou and I wrote on our experience as program chairs for MD4SG'20.
     

  • March 2021: Gave a talk at Balliol College on the Test & Contain initiative. Here are the slides from the presentation!
     

  • February 2021: Had a wonderful time talking about our work on optimal deception in Stackelberg games at the CU Boulder Theory Seminar. Here are the slides for our presentation. 
     

  • January 2021: Excited to kick off the new MD4SG group dedicated to Latin America and the Carribean alongside Michelle Gonzalez Amador, Maria Jose Silva-Vargas and Juan Felipe Penagos!
     

  • January 2021: It was a pleasure to introduce my father, Francisco Marmolejo, in giving this month’s thought-provoking MD4SG colloquium talk on “Challenges for Higher Education and Research in a Post-Pandemic World”. I recommend you check it out here!
     

  • January 2021: I wrote a guest article for the COPOCYT’s journal, Tecno Disruptiva on Test and Contain. You can take a look here.   
     

  • December 2020: Our paper “RPPLNS: Pay-per-last-N-shares with a Randomised Twist”, with Jonathan Katz, Philip Lazos and Xinyu Zhou, has been accepted to AAMAS 2021
     

  • December 2020: Our paper “Learning Strong Substitutes Demand via Queries”, with Edwin Lock and Paul Goldberg, was nominated for Best Paper at WINE 2020
     

  • December 2020: Come listen to my co-author Philip Lazos talk about our paper “RPPLNS: Pay-per-last-N-shares with a Randomised Twist” at the Workshop on Game Theory and Blockchain at WINE 2020
     

  • December 2020: Come listen to my co-author Edwin Lock talk about our paper “Learning Strong Substitutes Demand via Queries” at WINE 2020
     

  • December 2020: Come listen to my co-author Jiarui Gan talk about our paper “Optimally Deceiving a Learning Leader in Stackelberg Games” at NeurIPS. 
     

  • December 2020: It was a pleasure to be invited as a panelist for a panel on “Combating Disease Outbreaks: Preventing Future Shocks - Focus on Ebola and COVID-19” for the Next Einstein Forum Global Gathering. You can watch our discussion here
     

  • November 2020: Honored to have had the opportunity to talk about Test and Contain and MD4SG at the “Semana ITI 2020 Virtual” for the Universidad Politécnica de San Luis Potosí
     

  • October 2020: It was a pleasure to partake in the discussion with COPOCYT regarding the use of technology in combating COVID-19 alongside my colleagues, Salvador Ruiz Correa and Ruben Lopez Revilla as well as the SLP Secretary of Health, Miguel Angel Lutzow Steiner. You can catch our discussion here.  
     

  • October 2020: I had the pleasure of giving an invited talk on the strategic and structural aspects of Bitcoin mining at the Algorithms, Combinatorics, Game Theory and Optimization in Chile (AGCO). You can catch the talk here