Short bio

I am a Professor in the Economics and Computation Research Group in the Computer Science Department at the University of Liverpool. I joined the Department as a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in October 2009, became a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in December 2013, a Reader in December 2015, and a Full Professor in December 2017.

Previously I was as an EPSRC Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Theoretical Computer Science studying algorithms for computing equilibria in games at the University of Warwick (2006-2009).

Before that I studied at the London School of Economics (1997-2006):

As well as algorithmic game theory, I am interested in automated trading. I first got interested via the Penn-Lehman automated trading comptition (PLAT). With Ben Veal, we won the May 2005 competition and came second in the December 2004 competition (see here). Subsequently, I provided consultancy services on automated trading for proprietary trading firms, such as Marex Spectron and Pyne Trading, developing and implementing automated trading strategies for futures markets. I have supervised a PhD student, Keren Dong, jointly with Arctic Lake, a provider of electronic trading solutions; Keren is now working for a fund in Shanghai. From the start of 2015 to the end of 2018, I was a consultant for Stratagem Technologies, looking at automated trading in sports betting markets.