I am pursuing a doctoral degree in the IOMS Department of NYU Stern, focusing my research on Information Systems and being co-advised by Arun Sundararajan and Srikanth Jagabathula. In my research projects I attempt to draw on concepts and tools from areas including economics, computer science, and organizational theory, to study topics ranging from user behavior in online marketplaces to natural language processing using big data.
I obtained my diploma degree from the Computer Science and Informatics Department of University of Patras, with a concentration in theoretical computer science. I was privileged to conduct research on algorithmic game theory under the supervision of Paul Spirakis.
- Learning in Online Marketplaces
with Srikanth Jagabathula and Arun Sundararajan
Status: working paper, draft not available, 2015
- Exploration and Exploitation in Online Marketplaces
Status: working paper, draft available on request, 2015
- Can Big Data Eliminate the Need for Complex Opinion-Mining Algorithms?
with Theodoros Lappas and George Valkanas
Status: to be submitted, 2015
- The Trembling Hand Load Balancing Game
undergraduate thesis, 2012
- Computational Models for Wireless Sensor Networks: A Survey
with S. Nikolaou, A. Pavlogiannis, O. Michail, I. Chatzigiannakis, and P. Spirakis
in proceedings of EUREKA conference, 2010
- Decision Models (Spring 2015, UG), TA for Prof. Ilan Lobel
- Decision Models (Spring 2015, MBA), TA for Prof. Ilan Lobel
- Decision Models (Winter 2015, MSBA), TA for Prof. Ilan Lobel
- Decision Under Risk (Fall 2014, MSBA), TA for Prof. Gustavo Vulcano