Technologist, researcher and entrepreneur at the intersection of Computer Science and Economics, driven by building, designing and theorizing about economic and algorithmic systems. My work ranges from proving efficiency guarantees on the first price auction to building, executing and implementing auctions for $100MM's of risk to building better maps that learn to be more useful.

Formerly CTO at Tremor Technologies, where I helped build a better market for reinsurance. From 2015-2017, I was a post-doc in the Economics Department of the University of Maryland with Peter Cramton and a principal with Cramton Associates, advising bidders in the FCC incentive auction. In 2015, I received my PhD from the Economics and Theory group at Northwestern, advised by Jason Hartline. Before that I launched sweetopenroads to help cyclists find great roads to ride and developed an appreciation for financial markets and engineering at Bridgewater Associates.