I am a new joiner in the academia world. My research interests are game theory, mechanism design, Bayesian persuasion, and decision theory. CV and references are available upon request.
Education National University of Singapore, Singapore PhD Candidate in Economics 2014-now Master in Economics (By Research) 2009-2011 BSc (Honors), Major in Quantitative Finance and Minor in Economics 2005-2009
Academic Experience Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, University of Michigan, US Apr-Jun 2016 Hosted by Tilman Börgers
Professional Activities Conference Presentations: North American Summer Meeting of Econometric Society, University of Pennsylvania, US, 2016. Midwest Economic Theory Conference (Spring), University of Rochester, US, 2016. Summer School of the Econometric Society, University of Japan, Japan, 2015. 15th SAET Conference on Current Trends in Economics, University of Cambridge, UK, 2015. 14th SAET Conference on Current Trends in Economics, Waseda University, Japan, 2014. 8th EBIM Doctoral Workshop on Economic Theory, Bielefeld University, Germany, 2013. Invited Visits: Northwestern University, hosted by Eran Shmaya, 2016 Refereeing: Journal of Mathematical Economics Committee:Serves as the Graduate Student Representative for the Department of Economics 2014-2017
Scholarships, Honors and, Awards The President's Graduate Fellowship 2014-2018 Travel Support, The University of Michigan 2016 Travel Support, Summer School of the Econometric Society 2015 Research Scholarship, National University of Singapore 2009-2011 Undergraduate Scholarship, from Ministry of Education (Singapore) 2005-2009 Dean's List at the National University of Singapore 2008 Teaching:Graduate Students' Teaching Award Sem I, 2015-2016 Teaching:Graduate Students' Teaching Award Sem II, 2010-2011 Teaching:Letter of Commendation for Graduate Tutor 2009-2010
Other Experience Deutsche Bank, Graduate Analyst 2011-2013 Deutsche Bank, Summer Analyst 2010 Credit Suisse, Summer Analyst 2008
Miscellaneous Passed all three levels of CFA exams on first attempt 2011 GMAT - Total score derived from Verbal and Quantitative scores: 750 (98th percentile) Integrated reasoning (scored separately on a scale of 1-8): 8