As part of the SIGecom special initiative on the job market, there will be an article in the June edition of the SIGecom Exchanges profiling 2016 junior job market candidates from the SIGecom community. These profiles will include the thesis title, research summary, brief biography, and citations to three representative papers. At least one of these papers should have appeared in the ACM Conference on Economics and Computation (EC) or a comparable venue. To be considered, submissions must be initiated by May 20 and finalized by May 27. Further instructions for submissions can be found on the submission form. The article will be coedited by Vasilis Gkatzelis, Shaddin Dughmi, and myself.