Ágnes Cseh received her Masters’ Degree in Mathematics at TU Berlin in 2012. She completed her PhD at the same institute in 2015 under the supervision of Martin Skutella. During her OhD studies, she spent over 1.5 years as a visiting researcher at various insitutions (Clemson University – USA, University of Glasgow – UK, TIFR Mumbai – India, Hausdorff Institut – Germany). After a research stay at the ICE-TCS (Icelandic Centre of Excellence in Theoretical Computer Science) in Reykjavík, she has started a post-doc at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest. Her main research focus is the algorithmic study of matching problems under preferences.