I am a third year PhD student at the University of Pennsylvania, Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering, where I am working with Ali Jadbabaie, George Pappas and Rakesh Vohra.  Here is a link to my Google Scholar profile.

  • Research Interests

My research interests lie on the analysis of networked dynamical systems and game theory.  Descriptive keywords: Social Networks, Information Diffusion, Product Adoption; Learning; Actuator/Sensor Placement in large-scale Networked Systems; Neural Networks.

Tools that I use come from automatic control; game theory; optimization and probability theory; linear algebra.

  • Other Academic Experience
  • Teaching
  1. Teaching Assistant for the graduate course Linear Optimization (ESE504) offered by Ali Jadbabaie (Fall 2013).
  2. Teaching Assistant for the graduate course Linear Systems (ESE500) offered by Michael Carchidi (Fall 2014).
  • Reviewer for: WINE, WWW, EC, TAMC, WADS, TAC, TNSE, ACC, GlobalSIP.
  • Education
  • University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA

Ph.D. Candidate, September 2012-present, Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering.
Advisors: Ali Jadbabaie, George Pappas.

  • 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 (ranking 7th out of 500 students)

  • Other Activities

I am a runner.  I also enjoy mountaineering and practicing Kendo.