Research opportunities

I am looking for interested MIT students, including undergraduate and graduate students, who want to contribute to research on social networks, applied graph theory, habits, and statistics.

Teaching at MIT

I will be teaching again in Spring 2021.

Marketing analytics

Spring 2021. 15.819.
More information is here.

Design and analysis of experiments

Spring 2019. 15.838.
Doctoral seminar with a combination of (a) methodological readings and lectures on experimental design and randomization inference and policy learning, especially for field experiments, and (b) critical readings of important work using randomized experiments. Syllabus.

Free online courses

Exploratory data analysis with R

Massive open online course (MOOC) on Udacity. With Moira Burke, Chris Saden, and Solomon Messing. Enroll for free here.

Previous teaching at Stanford University

Communication 114S. Persuasion, Contagion, and Compliance-Gaining in Online Media

Summer 2011. Syllabus.

Teaching as teaching assistant:

  • CS 378. Phenomenological foundations of language, cognition, and computation. Terry Winograd. Fall 2009, Fall 2011.
  • CS 377P. Persuading people online and via mobile phones. B.J. Fogg. Fall 2006.