Algorithmic Game Theory (Former Research Group)

The Independent Research Group "Algorithmic Game Theory" headed by Giorgos Christodoulou was part of the Cluster of Excellence from June 2010 until January 2011.

Vision and Research Strategy

Algorithmic game theory has blossomed during the last ten years and now is a standalone field of theoretical computer science. Algorithmic game theory can be roughly categorized into three main topics.

The first topic is aimed at quantifying the impact of selfishness to the performance of systems, the second studies the design of algorithms in environments where part of the input is unknown and controlled by selfish entities, and the last topic considers computational issues of finding equilibria.

Research Topics and Achievements

Projects and Collaborations

Dr. Giorgos Christodoulou

Dr. Giorgos Christodoulou

Since 2011 Giorgos Christoloulou is employed at the University of Liverpool.

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