I am a sixth- and final-year PhD student in the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), advised by Nina Balcan and Tuomas Sandholm.

I am on the 2020-2021 academic job market. My research revolves around artificial intelligence, algorithm design, and the interface between economics and computation, with a particular focus on machine learning theory. I am a recipient of the Exemplary Artificial Intelligence Track Paper Award at EC'19, the Best Presentation by a Student or Postdoctoral Researcher Award at EC'19, the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, the IBM PhD Fellowship, the Fellowship in Digital Health from CMU's Center for Machine Learning and Health, and the Teaching Assistant of the Year Award from CMU's Machine Learning Department. I graduated summa cum laude and Junior Phi Beta Kappa from Columbia with a degree in math.

I pronounce my last name VIH-ter-sik.