Thibaut Horel

32 Vassar Street
Room 32-D708
Cambridge, MA 02139

I am currently a research scientist at MIT's LIDS working in Munther Dahleh's research group. I am broadly interested in algorithmic economics, computational statistics, and opti­mization.

I completed my PhD in Computer Science at Harvard University in 2019, advised by Edoardo Airoldi and David Parkes. I received my M.S. in Computer Science from ENS Paris in 2011, and my M.S. in Probability and Statistics from Université Paris-Sud in 2010. In the past, I have also interned at Technicolor Research, Yahoo! Research and Facebook Research.

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How to pronounce my name? It is actually very simple: Thi as in tea and baut as in born (IPA: /ˈtiːbɔː/).