I am a Researcher at Microsoft Research, New England. I received my Ph.D. from the Computer Science Department of Cornell University, where I had the privilege to be advised by Eva Tardos and then spent two years as a postdoc researcher at the Microsoft Research, NYC Lab, where I was part of the Algorithmic Economics and the Machine Learning group. I defended my Ph.D. thesis on Efficiency of Mechanisms in Complex Markets in August 2014. Prior, I obtained my diploma in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the National Technical University of Athens, Greece.
My research interests lie at the intersection of the areas of algorithms, game theory, auction theory and mechanism design, econometrics, data science, machine learning theory and computational complexity of games. On the application side, I am interested in the game theoretic foundations of electronic markets and electronic platforms where incentives are a primary aspect of their functionality, with an emphasis on the design and analysis of simple incentive schemes and mechanisms.
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