Computational Economics Research Lab

CERL focusses on the intersection of Computer Science and Economics, with varied domains of research ranging from Game Theory and Mechanism Design to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Our research has extensive applications – we are working to design better vaccines, fight against crime, create better anti-virus applications, and understand human behavior, to name a few.

As the introduction suggests, we have a diverse range of collaborations. On one end of the spectrum, we partner with academicians from economics, social science and medicine, while on the other end, we collaborate with metropolitan police and transportation departments. Our research is funded by NSF (National Science Foundation), ARO (Army Research Office), ONR (Office of Naval Research), AFRL (Air Force Research Laboratory), NIH (National Institutes of Health), DOE EERE (Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy) and Sandia National Laboratories.

We are located at FGH (Featheringill and Jacobs Hall) 375 and 304. Drop by to learn more or talk more about our research.

The lab is directed and led by Dr. Eugene Vorobeychik.

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