Zhuoshu Li

Office: Jolley Hall 515       Email: zhuoshuli at wustl dot edu

About Me

Hi, my name is Zhuoshu Li. I am a 5th year Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis. My advisor is Prof. Sanmay Das . My research interests include artificial intelligence, multiagent systems, machine learning and computational economics.

I received my B.E. degree from Beihang University, Beijing, China in 2013. In 2016, I was an intern at Huawei Noah's Ark Lab, Hong Kong, and researched on designing faster and more comprehensive algorithms for reinforcement learning in non-stationary environments. In 2017, I interned at Facebook and contributed to developing a reinforcement learning framework and online algorithms for Instagram feed ranking.

My CV.

Papers

  • Faster Policy Adaptation in Environments with Exogeneity: A State Augmentation Approach.
    Zhuoshu Li, Zhitang Chen, Pascal Poupart, Sanmay Das, and Yanhui Geng.
    International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), 2018. (To appear.)
    [PDF]

  • On the Design of Revenue-Enhancing Signal Structures in Common- and Interdependent-Value Second Price Auctions.
    Zhuoshu Li and Sanmay Das.
    IJCAI Algorithmic Game Theory Workshop, 2017.
    [PDF] [Slides]

  • An Agent-Based Model of Competition Between Financial Exchanges: Can Frequent Call Mechanisms Drive Trade Away from CDAs?
    Zhuoshu Li and Sanmay Das.
    International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), 2016.
    [PDF] [Slides] [Poster]

  • Competing Dynamic Matching Markets.
    [author lists α-β] Sanmay Das, John P. Dickerson, Zhuoshu Li, and Tuomas Sandholm.
    Conference on Auctions, Market Mechanisms and Their Applications (AMMA), 2015.
    [PDF] [Slides] [Poster]

  • The Role of Common and Private Signals in Two-Sided Matching with Interviews.
    [author lists α-β] Sanmay Das and Zhuoshu Li.
    Conference on Web and Internet Economics (WINE), 2014.
    [PDF] [Slides] [Poster]

  • Graph Formation Effects on Social Welfare and Inequality in a Networked Resource Game.
    Zhuoshu Li, Yu-Han Chang, and Rajiv Maheswaran.
    International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, & Prediction (SBP), 2013.
    [PDF]