Robert Kleinberg

Hertz Fellow: Robert Kleinberg
School

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Area of Study

Mathematics

Fellowship Years

1997 - 2005

Robert Kleinberg is an associate professor of computer science at Cornell University. His research studies the design and analysis of algorithms, and their relations to economics, learning theory, and networks. Prior to receiving his doctorate from MIT in 2005, Kleinberg spent three years at Akamai Technologies, where he assisted in designing the world's largest Internet Content Delivery Network. Along with his Hertz Fellowship, he is the recipient of a Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship, an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellowship, and an NSF CAREER Award.

Personal Sites:
Website: http://www.cs.cornell.edu/~rdk/
Thesis:

2005 - Online Decision Problems with Large Strategy Sets