Assistant Professor in the Information Systems department at Boston University
Areas of expertise
- - Mechanism Design
- - Distributed Systems
- - Machine Learning
- - Network Science and Graph Theory
Probably Approximately Efficient Combinatorial Auctions via Machine Learning. _Gianluca Brero, Benjamin Lubin, and Sven Seuken. In Proceedings of the 31st Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), San Francisco, CA, February 2017 _Payment Rules through Discriminant-Based Classifiers. P. Dutting, F. Fischer, P. Jirapinyo, J. Lai, B. Lubin, D. Parkes (2014). ACM Transactions on Economics and Computation, 3:1, 1-41. Market Mechanisms for Managing Datacenters with Heterogeneous Microarchitectures.M. Guevara, B. Lubin, B. Lee. (2014). ACM Transactions on Computer Systems, 32:1 Spectral Goodness-Of-Fit For Network Models.J. Shore, B. Lubin (2015). Social Networks, 43, 16-27.
Ben is an Assistant Professor in the Information Systems department of the Boston University Questrom School of Business. He is also the Director of the MS in Digital Innovation Program at Questrom. He holds a Bachelor's and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Harvard University. Prior to his Ph.D. Ben, worked for 6 years in the distributed systems and artificial intelligence department at BBN Technologies, a largely DARPA-funded R&D firm in Cambridge, MA.