Nicholas TEH

Hello there!

I'm Nicholas, a first-year PhD (DPhil) student in Computer Science at the University of Oxford, supervised by Edith Elkind. I'm broadly interested in algorithmic game theory, mechanism design, and multi-agent systems.

I completed my undergraduate degrees in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics at the National University of Singapore (2017 - 2021), where I worked with Yair Zick, Jonathan Scarlett and Harold Soh. My undergraduate thesis in Math delved into individual and group fairness in the allocation of indivisible goods (for which I was awarded the Lijen Industrial Development Medal for best Honours project), whereas my thesis in Computer Science established a game-theoretic framework for large-scale human-robot interaction.

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[15 April 2021]
I will be joining the University of Oxford for a DPhil in Computer Science beginning October!
[09 January 2021]
Our short paper on Large-Scale Human-Robot Interaction was accepted at HRI 2021.

Other Involvements
[January 2021 - Present]
Community Engagement (APAC), Mechanism Design for Social Good
[September 2020 - Present]
Member (Civic Participation Working Group), Mechanism Design for Social Good
[August 2020 - May 2021]
Student Ambassador (Outreach), NUS School of Computing
[April 2019 - April 2021]
Director of Infocomm Technology, Mensa Singapore

Contact Me
If you've any academic-related matters, feel free to drop me an email at nicholas.teh[at]
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