I am a second year PhD student at the University of Pennsylvania, Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering, under the supervision of Ali Jadbabaie, and George Pappas. Here is a link to my Google Scholar profile.
- Research Interests
My research interests lie on the analysis of networked dynamical systems from a game-theoretic point of view. Particular descriptive keywords: Game Theory, Learning, Motion Coordination, Social Networks and Competitive Information Diffusion.
V. Tzoumas, C. Amanatidis, and E. Markakis. A Game-Theoretic Analysis of a Competitive Diffusion Process over Social Networks, 8th Conference on Web and Internet Economics (WINE), December 2012.
We consider a non-cooperative simultaneous game among firms that promote their product over a network by choosing appropriate seeds. We focus on various questions regarding the pure strategy Nash equilibria of these games, including their efficiency.
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- Other Academic Experience
- Teaching Assistant for the graduate course Linear Optimization (ESE504) offered by Ali Jadbabaie (Fall 2013).
- External Reviews
- 11th ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce (EC), 2010.
- 21st International Word Wide Web Conference (WWW), 2012.
- 8th Workshop on Internet & Network Economics (WINE), 2012.
- American Control Conference (ACC), 2014.
- University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA
Ph.D. Candidate, September 2012-present, Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering.
Advisors: Ali Jadbabaie, George Pappas.
Coursework: Linear Systems, Non-Linear Systems, Linear Optimization, Convex Optimization, Elements of Probability, Advanced Probability, Stochastic Processes, Statistical Learning, Distributed Dynamic Systems, Information Theory, Microeconomic Theory II (Game Theory). (Audited: Submodularity and Discrete Convexity, Probability on Graphs, Problems of Robotics.)
- National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece
Diploma (5-year B.Sc. degree with thesis) in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2005-2012.
Thesis: A Game-Theoretic Analysis of a Competitive Diffusion Process over Social Networks.
Advisors: Evangelos Markakis, Trifon Koussiouris.
GPA: 9.54/10 (top 1.5%)
- Other Activities
Mountaineering, rock climbing, kendo, and a lot of running.