Short Bio: I received my bachelor's degree in 2000 from NTUA, the
National Technical University of Athens and then moved to Georgia Tech
for graduate studies. I graduated
from Georgia Tech in August 2005 with a
PhD in Theoretical
Computer Science. My
advisor was Richard Lipton. After that I was a postdoc for one and
a half year at the
University of Toronto, and for another one and a half year
at CWI, the national research center for Math and
Computer Science in Amsterdam.
Since February 2009, I have been a Lecturer at the Athens University of
Business, in the department of Informatics.
Research interests: My interests lie in the
areas of Analysis of Algorithms, Approximation Algorithms, Game Theory,
Mechanism Design and Social Networks. A major part of my work in the last few
years has focused on algorithmic questions that arise in the context of Game
Theory and Economics, such as (i) computation of equilibria, and other solution concepts
in cooperative and noncooperative games, and (ii) resource allocation and
related optimization problems
(e.g. allocations of indivisible goods in auctions or fair division contexts).
In addition to algorithmic issues,
I have also been
interested in mechanism design aspects of auctions and voting procedures as well as
in game theoretic
treatments of coalition formation.
Apart from algorithmic game theory, I am
generally interested in algorithms, combinatorial optimization and discrete
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