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ANTHONY E.

KIM
tonyekim@stanford.edu
http://web.stanford.edu/~tonyekim/
EDUCATION
Stanford University
Stanford, CA
Ph.D. Candidate in Computer Science, focusing in Theoretical Computer Science
Sept. 2012 - Present
Advisor: Prof. Tim Roughgarden
Overall GPA: 3.9/4.0
Select Coursework: CS246 Mining Massive Data Sets, CS229T Statistical Learning Theory, CS364A Algorithmic
Game Theory
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA
M.Eng. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
September 2010
Thesis: On Network Coding Capacity - Matroidal Networks and Network Capacity Regions
Advisor: Prof. Muriel M´edard
S.B. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science with minor in Economics
June 2009
S.B. in Mathematics
June 2009
Overall GPA: 4.9/5.0
PUBLICATIONS
Z. Huang and A. Kim. Welfare Maximization with Production Costs: A Primal Dual Approach. The ACM-SIAM
Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA), 2015.
S. Bhagat, A. Kim, S. Muthukrishnan, and U. Weinsberg. The Shapley Value in Knapsack Budgeted Games.
The 10th Conference on Web and Internet Economics (WINE), 2014. An earlier version appeared in the Fifth
International Workshop on Computational Social Choice (COMSOC), 2014.
A. Kim and M. M´edard. Computing Bounds on Network Capacity Regions as a Polytope Reconstruction Problem.
The IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), 2011.
C. Daskalakis, A. Deckelbaum, and A. Kim. Near-Optimal No-Regret Algorithms for Zero-Sum Games. The
22nd ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA), 2011. A journal version to appear in Games and
Economic Behavior.
A. Kim and M. M´edard. Scalar-linear Solvability of Matroidal Networks Associated with Representable Matroids.
The 6th International Symposium on Turbo Codes and Iterative Information Processing, 2010.
EXPERIENCE
Technicolor Labs
Palo Alto, CA
Research Intern
June 2013 - September 2013
Investigated a new class of cooperative games to model value division and showed the Shapley value can be
computed efficiently when the game has a simple algorithmic representation. Presented at COMSOC 2014 and
to appear in WINE 2014 (see Publications).
Quora, Inc.
Mountain View, CA
Software Engineering Intern
May 2012 - September 2012
Extended and engineered the existing news feed algorithm to topic-dedicated pages at the web Q&A technology
start-up. Also contributed to a prototype of an internal user recruiting system during hack weeks.
Oracle Corporation
Redwood Shores, CA
Software Engineer
September 2010 - May 2012
Worked on the data storage engine of Oracle database server in a group of 20 people. Contributed to enhancement
projects on the Oracle Exadata Hybrid Columnar Compression feature for efficient data storage and access.
HONORS AND AWARDS
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (2012 - Present)
Eta Kappa Nu National Honor Society for EECS
USA Physics Olympiad - Finalist (2005)
USA Computing Olympiad - Finalist (2003, 2004)
COMPUTER SKILLS
Familiar with C/C++, Python; Also have used Java, SQL, Matlab, Scheme, LATEX