I’m an undergraduate at the University of California, Berkeley. My research interests lie broadly at the intersection of economics, optimization, and statistics. In particular, I am interested in problems relating to mechanism and market design, and I hope to develop theoretical foundations that can be readily used to improve and inform the design of real-world markets.
Some of my other interests include moving around (e.g. climbing, running, hiking, swimming, etc.) and food (e.g. cooking, bread-making, cool produce, etc.).
Feel free to reach out at ndurvasula [at] berkeley [dot] edu.