See also the YouTube playlists here and here.
For A General Audience
Primary Audience = Computer Scientists (Survey Talks)
Primary Audience = Computer Scientists (Research Talks)
- Learning Near-Optimal Auctions: Statistical, Computational, and Strategic Challenges, WINE keynote (2017).
- Application-Specific Algorithm Selection, Simons Institute Open Lecture (2016).
- Outposts Between Average- and Worst-Case Analysis: A Case Study in Auction Design, Simons Institute Workshop on Uncertainty in Computation (2016).
- Beyond Worst-Case Analysis,
Part 1 and
Algorithms and Uncertainty Boot Camp, Simons Institute (2016).
- Near-Optimal Equilibria,
Part 1 and
Economics and Computation Boot Camp, Simons Institute (2015).
- Applications of Learning Theory in Algorithmic Game Theory,
in Algorithmic Game Theory, Institute for Advanced
- How To Think About Algorithmic Mechanism
Design, tutorial at FOCS 2010.
Primary Audience = Game Theorists and Economists
- Incentive-Compatibility in Blockchains and Mining Pools, Simons Institute Workshop on Large-Scale Consensus and Blockchains (2019). Covers my FC '16 paper (with Boneh, Bonneau, and Schrijvers) and AFT '19 paper (with Chen and Papadimitriou).
- Barriers to Near-Optimal Equilibria, Twenty Years of the Price of Anarchy (2019). Covers my FOCS '14 paper.
- How Hard Is
Inference for Structured Prediction?, Simons Institute
Workshop on Learning, Algorithm Design and Beyond Worst-Case
Analysis (2016). Covers my ICML '15 paper (with Globerson, Sontag,
Models of Social and Information Networks, Simons Institute
Workshop on Optimization and Decision-Making Under Uncertainty
Covers my ITCS '14 paper (with Gupta and Seshadhri) and ICALP '18 paper (with Fox, Seshadhri, Wei, and Wein).
Theory and Algorithmic Game Theory: Some New Connections
, TCS+ seminar (2015). Covers my FOCS '14 paper and EC '15
papers with Talgam-Cohen and Gopalan/Nisan.
Pseudo-Dimension of Near-Optimal Auctions, Simons
Institute Workshop on Complexity and Simplicity in Economics (2015).
Based on my NIPS '15 paper with Morgenstern.
Theorems for the Price of Anarchy, Texas A & M Fish Bowl
Seminar Series (2013). About my STOC '09 and EC '12 papers on the topic.