Hoda Heidari

  • Postdoctoral Fellow
  • External Website
  • hheidari@inf.ethz.ch
  • CAB F63.2
  • +41 44 632 64 42
  • I received my PhD in Computer and Information Science from the University of Pennsylvania, where I was co-advised by Professor Michael Kearns and Professor Ali Jadbabaie. My main research interests are algorithmic economics and computational machine learning. In particular, I am interested in the applications such as online labor markets, ad exchanges, social networks, and prediction markets. For more information, you can find my CV here.

Publications

2017
  • A General Framework for Evaluating Callout Mechanisms in Repeated Auctions
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  • In arXiv:1702.01803,
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2016
  • Pricing a Low-regret Seller
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  • Tight Policy Regret Bounds for Improving and Decaying Bandits
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2015
  • Integrating Market Makers, Limit Orders, and Continuous Trade in Prediction Markets
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2014
  • Competitive contagion in networks
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  • In Games and Economic Behavior, Elsevier,
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  • New Models for Competitive Contagion
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  • Learning from Contagion (Without Timestamps)
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2013
  • Depth-Workload Tradeoffs for Workforce Organization
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