I am a PhD student and Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation fellow at the Mathematics Department of Athens University, where I am advised by Prof. Costis Melolidakis. I expect to defend my thesis in autumn 2017. Prior to this, I received a Diplom in Mathematics at TU Darmstadt with distinction and a Msc in Statistics & Operations Research at the University of Athens, from which I graduated as valedictorian.

My interests are centered in theoretical Game Theory, at the interface of Mathematics and Economics. Specifically, I study dynamic models of Cournot competition, 2-stage games and alternative solution concepts – that stem from the optimization rather than the equilibrium point of view – in bimatrix games. I am also interested in epistemic Game Theory.

Currently, I am working on a 18-month project on the strategic behavior of customers in queueing systems with Yiannis Dimitrakopoulos and Professor Antonis Economou and on a pricing problem in a 2-state service system with Athanasia Manou.

I also study Decision Theory with Elias Tsakas.

I am a member of  Game Theory SocietyInternational Society of Dynamic GamesEconomic Chamber of Greece, Hellenic Mathematical Society and MENSA Greece.

Teaching & Research

Game Theory, Operations Research, Probability & Statistics

Oligopolies, Market competition, Dynamic bimatrix games, Strategic behavior in queues, Epistemics