Welcome to my personal website!
I recently completed a PhD in Game Theory (Operations Research) from the Mathematics Department of Athens University, where I was advised by Prof. Costis Melolidakis. During my studies, I had the fortune to be a fellow of the Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation. Prior to this, I received a Diplom in Mathematics from TU Darmstadt with distinction and a Msc in Statistics & Operations Research from Athens University, where I graduated as valedictorian.
My interests are at the interface of Mathematics and Economics. In my PhD, I studied alternative equilibrium concepts – that stem from the optimization rather than the equilibrium point of view – in bimatrix games, pricing under stochastic demand, unimodality conditions and 2-stage Cournot competition.
Currently, I am working on comparative statics via stochastic orderings, on voting systems and on strategic behavior in queueing systems with variable information levels with Professor Antonis Economou.
I am a member of Game Theory Society, AMASES, International Society of Dynamic Games, HELORS, Hellenic Economic Chamber, Hellenic Mathematical Society, Alumni Verein der Deutschen Schule Athen and MENSA Greece.