My cv can be downloaded here. Last updated October, 2015.
Walid Krichene received his Bachelor's degree in 2008, and his Master's degree in Applied Mathematics in 2010, both from the Ecole des Mines Paristech. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California Berkeley, advised by Professor Alexandre Bayen. His research focuses on the theory of convex optimization, and the study of learning dynamics in distributed systems, with human and computer agents. His previous research work includes collaboration with the CDC department at Caltech, the CAOR group at the Ecole des Mines, and a researcher position at Criteo labs. Walid has received multiple awards including the Valedictorian Prize for the Tunisian Baccalaureate, a Bronze medal at the Pan African Mathematics Olympiads, two Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor awards from UC Berkeley, and the Leon Chua Award for outstanding achievement in nonlinear science.