Sahil Singla
Princeton University and Institute for Advanced Study
Address: 194 Nassau Street, Room 219, Princeton, NJ 08542
Email: <my last name> at cs dot princeton dot edu

Research Interests
My research is in Algorithms and Uncertainty where the goal is to design optimal algorithms for uncertain inputs by studying different forms of uncertainty together. My uncertainty models are inspired from areas such as Online Algorithms, Algorithmic Game Theory, Stochastic Optimization, Multi-Armed Bandits and Online Learning.

I am on the job market this year (CV, Research Statement, Teaching Statement, and Google Scholar). A 3 min video overview of my research.

Biography
I am a Research Instructor (postdoc) at Princeton University and the Institute for Advanced Study. Before coming to Princeton, I finished my PhD in Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University where I was advised by Manuel Blum and Anupam Gupta. Earlier, I got a master's degree from University of Waterloo and a bachelor's degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, in Computer Science.

Program Committees

Teaching
Selected Publications

Online Algorithms Algorithmic Game Theory Bandits and Markov Decision Processes (Discrete Stochastic Optimization) Theses
Other Publications
Other Presentations and Older Works