Economics and Computation; Electronic Market Design; Computational Mechanism Design; Algorithmic Game Theory; Matching Markets; Artificial Intelligence; Machine Learning; Electronic Commerce; Recommender Systems; Multi-Agent Systems.
Sven Seuken is an Associate Professor (with Tenure) at the Department of Informatics of the University of Zurich and head of the Computation and Economics Research Group. His research lies at the intersection of Computer Science and Microeconomics/Game Theory, with a focus on the design and analysis of electronic markets and market-based systems.
Sven received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Harvard University in May 2011, where his advisor was David C. Parkes. He received several awards, including a Google Faculty Research Award, a Microsoft Research PhD Fellowship, a Fulbright Fellowship, and he was invited to give an early career spotlight talk at IJCAI’16.
Since joining the University of Zurich in 2011, Sven has been awarded three research grants from the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), a EU Horizon 2020 research grant, a research grant from Microsoft Research, and a research grant from the Hasler Foundation.
Chronological list of publications and working papers.