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Activities: Talks & Visits

Here is a list of my talks at International Conferences or Workshops

2019

  • MARBLE2019, Mathematical Research on Blockchain Economy
  • IEEE-ICBC, IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency, Seoul, South Korea.
  • National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, School of Informatics, Cryptogaphy Group (invited).
  • CRETE, 18th Conference on Research on Economic Theory and Econometrics (invited).

2018

  • CRETE, 17th Conference on Research on Economic Theory and Econometrics (invited).
  • OLIGO, 6th Workshop in Piraeus.
  • MCDA, 12th Multicriteria Decision Aid Meeting.

2017

  • Stony Brook University, the 28th International Conference on Game Theory (contributed).
  • Technion, The 9th annual conference of the Israeli chapter of the Game Theory Society.
  • SDSU (South Dakota State University), Brookings USA (invited).

2016

  • GAMES 2016, Maastricht, Netherlands.
  • GTM10, St. Petersburg, Russia.
  •  SING12, Odense, Denmark (contributed).

2015

  • 2015. Excellence II, Athens University, Greece (invited).
  • 2015. M3ST, Kalamata, Greece (contributed).

Here are some of my slides


And a list of my recent activities

2019

  • IMW Summer School, “Equilibria in Financial Markets: General Equilibrium and Game Theoretic Perspectives”, Bielefeld University.

2018

  • Fifth EPICENTER Spring Course on Epistemic Game Theory.
  • Graduate Course on “Design & Analysis of Algorithms”, by Evangelos Markakis at AUEB. Grade: 9.5/10 (ranked first).

2017

  • Coursera: Specialization on Algorithms by T. Roughgarden, Stanford. Grade: 100%.
  • Lake Como School of Advanced Studies: Contibuted participation: Summer school in “Game theory and Voting Systems”.
  • Koç Üniversitesi: Research Visit at the College of Engineering
  • Special account for Research Grans, University of Athens: Stony Brook University.

2014-2016

  • Special Account for Research Grants, University of Athens:  SING12 (2016).
  • 2014–2015 Excellence II, European Social Fund for Research
    Research program: ”Optimization of stochastic systems under partial information”

 

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