Bach is a Ph.D. candidate in the Theory & Economics Groups of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at Northwestern University. His doctoral research, under the supervision of Professor Jason D. Hartline, focuses on Algorithmic Mechanism Designs, especially via utilization of theoretical tools in computer science to achieve or approximate optimal outcomes in various microeconomic settings.
Besides research, he also leads and participates in several interdisciplinary and entrepreneurial projects with potentially high social impact. In his limited free time, he enjoys traveling, culinary explorations, photography, and various outdoor activities such as Alpine skiing and hiking. He has a sheltie, 2 cats and has also been fostering a number of cats.