The Theory, Economics & Systems Laboratory has active collaborations with numerous faculty members from our Department, and at any one time it houses about 10-15 more junior researchers, primarily Ph.D. students and post-doctoral affiliates. The work of these collaborators spans a broad range of research disciplines, which include problems and questions in the following areas:

  • Algorithmic game theory
  • Applied probability and stochastic modeling
  • Cloud computing
  • Design and analysis of algorithms
  • Distributed systems
  • Information theory
  • Network economics
  • Power systems and networks
  • Resources/information management
  • Routing, control and optimization in stochastic networks
  • Scientific computing
  • Signal processing and compression
  • Social media and web network analysis
  • Wireless networks