Secondment to Alan Turing Institute (ATI)
Since 2023-04-01 (until late 2025) I am seconded to the ATI to lead a project "Automated Analysis of Strategic Interactions" with Prof Ted Turocy; more info: https://www.turing.ac.uk/research/research-projects/automated-analysis-strategic-interactions.
For this project, I am still based in Liverpool, working with Ted, who is based at UEA, and two postdocs (Yongzhao Wang and Konstantinos Varsos), who are ATI employees but will be based in Liverpool (from September 2023).
Email: firstname dot lastname at liverpool.ac.uk
Research Interests: Game Theory, Algorithms & Complexity, Machine Learning, Automated Trading, Agent-Based Modelling
I am a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Liverpool; I am also a Visiting Researcher at the Alan Turing Institute. I work on problems at the interface of game theory/economics/finance and computer science. I have worked extensively on equilibrium computation for game-theoretic models of strategic interaction, recently focusing also on multi-agent reinforcement learning. I have also worked as a consultant on a variety of algorithmic trading projects.