Hi, I am Deni. I am a computer science Ph.D. candidate at Brown University advised by Amy Greenwald where I manage the E-GLAMOR group. I was previously a research scientist intern at Google DeepMind’s Game Theory and Multiagent Team, as well as JP Morgan’s multiagent Learning and Simulation research lab. I also had the opportunity to be a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley’s Simons institute. I hold a BA from Columbia University in Computer Science and Statistics and a BA from the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) in Political Science and Economics. I am on the job market this year and am looking for intellectually exciting opportunities!

I am an artificial intelligence researcher whose interests lie at the intersection of economics and computer science. More specifically, I build and analyze multiagent learning algorithms for games and markets, and apply these algorithms to solve problems in economics and robotics. The ultimate goal of my research is to build large scale simulations of human behavior to improve policy-making. My research is generously supported by a JP Morgan Fellowship.

Get in touch with me! Email, Github.

You can find my CV here!