of Computer Science
College, Columbia University
Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh
interests are in algorithm design and analysis. Specifically, I enjoy work in online and approximation
scheduling, matching, and other combinatorial optimization) as well as in algorithmic
game theory (e.g., inefficiency of equilibria, auction mechanisms,
evolutionary game theory).
For more details,
see my publications.
I also advise
numerous CS student research projects. See also my page of possible projects for students listed by
I am a proud
recipient of the John S. King Excellence
in Teaching Award given by the Connecticut College Student Government
This semester I am
COM110 (Intro to CS and
(Theory of Computation)
Please sign up for my
hours if you’d like to meet with me.
Previous semesters I
have also taught:
COM212 (Data Structures)
COM313 (Topics in Algorithmic Game Theory)
COM495 (Research Seminar)
COM496 (Research Seminar)
Other classes I’ve
taught in the past can be found via my old teaching
I am the proud
faculty adviser for student organizations:
Ultimate and Women
in STEM/Women in Tech.
Other info about
me: my (outdated) CV,
my former web page from grad school.
London Hall 220
email: cchung at conncoll
This page was last updated: Tuesday, August 28, 2018