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Mark Braverman

Mark Braverman professional headshot, 2019

I am a professor at the Department of Computer Science at Princeton University.

My office is 304 in CS Building (see campus map here).

My brief bio can be found here.

I am interested in complexity theory, information theory, the theory of real computation, machine learning, algorithms, algorithmic mechanism design, and its applications.

My e-mail address:, replacing ####### with mbraverm.

Recent and current program committees (since 2021): ITCS'22 (program committee chair)


All papers

Highlighted papers
  • Optimization-friendly generic mechanisms without money [arXiv] [talk]
  • Communication and information complexity, ICM'22, preliminary version [pdf]


  • Spring 2022: COS445 Economics and computation
  • Fall 2021: COS521 Advanced algorithm design