Gautam "G" Kamath

Office: MIT CSAIL, 32-G628
Cell: 657-c0mpsci (657-206-7724)
Email: ?, but replace ? with the letter in quotation marks in my name above

Links to: CV (as of June 2015); Google Scholar; DBLP; arXiv

About Me

I'm a fourth year Ph.D student at MIT, affiliated with the Theory of Computing group at CSAIL. I am very fortunate to be advised by Costis Daskalakis. My primary research interests are learning theory and applied probability.

I was a research intern at Microsoft Research Cambridge in Summer 2015, working with Milan Vojnovic and Prateek Jain.

I am visiting UC Berkeley in Fall 2015, during the Simons Institute program on Economics and Computation.

Before MIT, I spent four wonderful years at Cornell University, graduating in May 2012 with a degree in Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering. At Cornell, I was incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to work with Bobby Kleinberg.

I also spent Summer 2012 working as a Software Engineering Intern on the Platform team for Palantir Gotham, a platform developed by Palantir Technologies.

I really enjoy giving talks and communicating my work! Please don't hesitate to ask if you'd like to hear about it.


Selected Papers (Show all):

Other Writings

Other Projects

Random Stuff