My research interests are in algorithm design and analysis. Specifically, I enjoy work in online and approximation algorithms (e.g., scheduling, matching, transportation, dial-a-ride, and other combinatorial optimization) as well as in algorithmic game theory (e.g., inefficiency of equilibria, auction mechanisms, evolutionary game theory).
For more details, see my publications.
I am a proud recipient of the John S. King Excellence in Teaching Award given by the Connecticut College Student Government Association to the faculty member who has “shown an extraordinary commitment to students both inside and outside the classroom.” According to SGA bylaws, the award is not to be given annually, and “should not be presented so often that it will lose its significance.”
Previous semesters I
have also taught:
COM110 (Intro to CS and Problem Solving)
COM212 (Data Structures)
COM313 (Topics in Algorithmic Game Theory)
COM323 (Theory of Computation)
COM495 (Research Seminar)
COM496 (Research Seminar)
Other classes I’ve taught in the past can be found via my old teaching page.Contact: New London Hall 220 (860) 439-2074 email: cchung at conncoll dot edu
This page was last updated: Tuesday, July 28, 2020