Nicole Immorlica

Researcher, Microsoft Research

Nicole's research lies broadly within the field of economics and computation. Using tools and modeling concepts from both theoretical computer science and economics, Nicole hopes to explain, predict, and shape behavioral patterns in various online and offline systems, markets, and games. Her areas of specialty include social networks and mechanism design. Nicole received her Ph.D. from MIT in Cambridge, MA in 2005 and then completed three years of postdocs at both Microsoft Research in Redmond, WA and CWI in Amsterdam, Netherlands before accepting a job as an assistant professor at Northwestern University in Chicago, IL in 2008. She joined the Microsoft Research New England Lab in 2012.

Program Visits

Data-Driven Decision Processes, Fall 2022, Visiting Scientist
Graph Limits and Processes on Networks: From Epidemics to Misinformation, Fall 2022, Visiting Scientist and Program Organizer
Online and Matching-Based Market Design, Fall 2019, Visiting Scientist and Program Organizer
Summer Cluster: Fairness, Summer 2019, Visiting Scientist