Research activities

Editorial work

Editorial Board, International Journal of Game Theory (IJGT)

Editor, Theory of Computing Systems (TOCS) special issue for SAGT 2016

Program committee membership

AAMAS 2019 (SPC); AAAI 2019; SODA 2018; AAMAS 2018 (SPC); EC 2017; SAGT 2017; SAGT 2016 (PC co-chair); IJCAI 2016; AAMAS 2016; SAGT 2015; AAAI 2015; WINE 2014; EC 2014; AAAI 2014; EC 2013; IJCAI 2013; MFCS 2011.

PhD students

2018- Azhan Rashid; 2018- Emmanouil Bakopoulos (second supervisor); 2017- Jacopo Castellini (co-supervisor); 2016- Greg Palmer (second supervisor); 2016- Tom Spooner; 2015- Richard Klima (second supervisor); 2013-2018 Yifan Zhou (second supervisor); 2013-2018 Tobenna Peter Igwe (Tobenna's thesis); 2012-2016 Argyris Deligkas (Argyrios' thesis); 2010-2014 Keren Dong (Keren's thesis).

Postdocs

2016 Argyrios Deligkas (subsequently a postdoc at the Technion, and now a postdoc back at Liverpool); 2013-16 John Fearnley (now faculty at the University of Liverpool); 2012-14 Paul Devine; 2010 Hynek Mlnarik.

Grants

2015-2016 European Space Agency grant co-PI (PI: Karl Tuyls) Game Theoretic Analysis of the Space Debris Removal Dilemma [3] €45,000
2013-2016 EPSRC grant PI (co-I: Martin Gairing) Algorithms for Finding Approximate Nash Equilibria [2] £276,828
2012-2014 ESRC grant PI Modelling Intraday Cash Liquidity £217,711
2006-2009 EPSRC Postdoc Fellowship PI Algorithms for Computing Equilibria in Games [1] £183,222
[1]http://gow.epsrc.ac.uk/NGBOViewGrant.aspx?GrantRef=EP/D067170/1
[2]http://gow.epsrc.ac.uk/NGBOViewGrant.aspx?GrantRef=EP/L011018/1
[3]http://www.esa.int/gsp/ACT/ai/projects/gt_debris.html; http://wordpress.csc.liv.ac.uk/smartlab/research/game-theoretic-analysis-of-the-space-debris-removal-dilemma/

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