







Welcome
to Jing Chen’s Homepage! 



I
am an Assistant Professor in the Department
of Computer Science at Stony Brook
University. I am also an Affiliated Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics and
an affiliated member of the Center for
Game Theory in Economics. Before
joining Stony Brook I was a postdoctoral fellow in the School of Mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Study. I
received my PhD in Computer Science at MIT in 2012, where I was a member of
the Theory of Computation Group.
My advisor was Professor Silvio
Micali. 









You
can reach me at:
247
New Computer Science Building, Stony Brook University
Stony
Brook, NY 11794
6316321827
My
main research interests are:
Computational
Game Theory, Mechanism Design, Auctions, Markets, and Healthcare.
I am
also interested in:
Algorithms
and Computational Complexity.
Awards:
NSF
CAREER Award
Students:
Shikha Singh, PhD
candidate, coadvised with Michael Bender
Bo Li, PhD candidate
Yingkai Li, PhD candidate
Gowtham Srinivasan, Master, graduated in June
2016
Courses:
CSE548/AMS542
Analysis of Algorithms, Spring 2017
CSE540
Theory of Computation, Fall 2016
CSE540
Theory of Computation, Fall 2015
CSE547/AMS547
Discrete Mathematics, Spring 2015
CSE540 Theory of
Computation, Fall 2014
CSE691/ECO606
Computational Game Theory, Spring 2014
CSE540 Theory of
Computation, Fall 2013

My
Papers
Working Papers
1.
From
Bayesian to Crowdsourced Bayesian Auctions
J. Chen, B. Li, and Y. Li
Working paper, 2016.
2.
Efficient
Approximations for the Online Dispersion Problem
J. Chen, B. Li, and Y. Li
Working paper, 2016.
Refereed Conferences
3.
Budget
Feasible Mechanisms for Dealers
H. Chan and J. Chen
15th
International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent
Systems (AAMAS), pp.
113121, 2016.
4.
ProvisionAfterWait
with Common Preferences
H. Chan and J. Chen
15th
International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent
Systems (AAMAS), pp.
278286, 2016.
5.
Rational Proofs
with Multiple Provers
J. Chen, S. McCauley, and S.
Singh
7th Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science (ITCS), pp. 237248, 2016.
Presented at the 26th
International Conference on Game Theory, 2015.
6.
Auction
Revenue in the General SpitefulUtility Model
J. Chen and S. Micali
7th Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science (ITCS), pp. 201211, 2016.
Presented at the 11th World
Congress of the Econometric Society (ESWC), 2015.
7.
Better Outcomes
from More Rationality
J. Chen, S. Micali, and R. Pass
6th
Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science (ITCS), pp. 325325, 2015.
8.
Truthful
Multiunit Procurements with Budgets
H. Chan and J. Chen
10th
Conference on Web and Internet Economics (WINE), pp. 89105, 2014.
9.
Optimal
ProvisionAfterWait in Healthcare
M. Braverman, J. Chen, and S. Kannan
Innovations
in Theoretical Computer Science (ITCS),
pp. 541542, 2014.
10.
Crowdsourced
Bayesian Auctions
P. Azar, J. Chen, and S.
Micali
Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science (ITCS), pp. 236248, 2012.
11.
Mechanism
Design with SetTheoretic Beliefs
J. Chen and S. Micali
Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS), pp. 8796, 2011.
12.
Robust
Perfect Revenue from Perfectly Informed Players
J. Chen, A. Hassidim, and S.
Micali
Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science (ITCS), pp. 94105, 2010.
13.
Robustly
Leveraging Collusion in Combinatorial Auctions
J. Chen, S. Micali, and P.
Valiant
Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science (ITCS), pp. 8193, 2010.
14.
A
New Approach to Auctions and Resilient Mechanism Design
J. Chen and S. Micali
Symposium on Theory of Computing (STOC), pp. 503512, 2009.
15.
A
More Natural Way to Construct IdentityBased Identification Schemes
G. Yang, J. Chen, D. Wong, X.
Deng, and D. Wang
Applied Cryptography and Network Security (ACNS), pp. 307322, 2007.
16.
Malicious
KGC Attack in Certificateless Cryptography
M. H. Au, J. Chen, J. K. Liu,
Y. Mu, D. Wong, and G. Yang
ACM Symposium on Information, Computer and Communications
Security (ASIACCS), pp. 302311, 2007.
Journals
17.
ProvisionAfterWait
with Common Preferences
H. Chan, J. Chen, and G.
Srinivasan
Transactions on Economics and Computation (TEAC), to appear, 2016.
18.
Leveraging
Possibilistic Beliefs in Unrestricted Combinatorial Auctions
J. Chen and S. Micali
Games, Special Issue on
Epistemic Game Theory and Logic, Vol. 7, Iss. 32,
2016.
19.
Optimal
ProvisionAfterWait in Healthcare
M. Braverman, J. Chen, and S.
Kannan
Mathematics of Operations Research (MOR), Vol. 41, No. 1, pp. 352  376, 2016.
20.
Tight
Revenue Bounds with Possibilistic Beliefs and Levelk Rationality (with the Supplement
available here)
J. Chen, S. Micali, and R. Pass
Econometrica, Vol. 83, No. 4, pp. 16191639, 2015.
21.
Mechanism
Design with Possibilistic Beliefs
J. Chen and S. Micali
Journal
of Economic Theory (JET), Vol. 156, pp. 77102,
2015.
22.
The
Robustness of ZeroDeterminant Strategies in Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma Games
J. Chen and A. Zinger
Journal
of Theoretical Biology (JTB),
Vol. 357, pp. 4654, 2014.
23.
The
Order Independence of Iterated Dominance in Extensive Games
J. Chen and S. Micali
Theoretical
Economics (TE), Vol. 8, pp. 125163, 2013.
24.
Collusive
DominantStrategy Truthfulness
J. Chen and S. Micali
Journal of Economic Theory (JET), Vol. 147, Iss. 3, pp.
13001312, 2012.
25.
A
New Framework to the Design and Analysis of IdentityBased Identification
Schemes
G. Yang, J. Chen, D. Wong, X.
Deng, and D. Wang
Theoretical Computer Science (TCS), Vol. 407, Iss. 13, pp.
370388, 2008.
26.
A Buffer Management Policy in IA64 LargeScale Video
Streaming Servers (in Chinese)
H. Yu, J. Chen, Y. Li, and W.
Zheng
J. Computer Research and Development, Vol. 43, Iss. 4, pp. 729737,
2006.
27.
High Performance Architecture for Elliptic Curve Scalar
Multiplication Based on FPGA (in Chinese)
J. Chen, J. Jiang, D. Wong, X.
Deng, and D. Wang
J. Computer Research and Development, Vol. 45, Iss. 11, pp.
19471954, 2008.
Technical Reports
S. Micali, N. Choucri, J. Chen, and C. Williams
MIT Political Science Department Research Paper No. 201330, 2013.
P. Azar, J. Chen, and S.
Micali
Brazilian Workshop of the Game Theory Society (São Paulo), poster, 2010.
30.
Short
MultiProver Quantum Proofs for SAT without Entangled Measurements
J. Chen and A. Drucker
arXiv:1011.0716v2, 2010.

Need
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