Thodoris Lykouris

I am a fourth year Ph.D. student in the Computer Science department of Cornell University, where I am advised by Éva Tardos. Prior to that, I received my Diploma from National Technical University of Athens where I worked under the supervision of Dimitris Fotakis.

My research interests lie at the intersection of the areas of Algorithmic Game Theory, Learning Theory, Optimization, and Information Networks. More specifically, I am interested in settings where strategic entities are interacting with each other. My research focuses on analyzing the performance of such systems and designing incentive schemes in order to improve it.

Contact

Cornell University, 336 Gates Hall
107 Hoy Road, Ithaca, NY, 14853
Email: teddlyk at cs dot cornell dot edu

Working papers

Publications

Invited Talks

  • Learning in Games: Robustness of Fast Convergence
    • Young Researcher Workshop on Economics and Computation (January 2017), Tel Aviv, Israel
    • Neural Information Processing Systems (December 2016), Barcelona, Spain (poster)
    • Ad Auctions Workshop (July 2016), Maastricht, Netherlands
    • Algorithmic Game Theory in Athens (July 2016), Athens, Greece
  • Learning and Efficiency in Games with Dynamic Population
    • Google's Algorithms Seminar (February 2016), New York, NY, USA
    • New York City Economic Day (January 2016), New York, NY, USA (poster)
    • Yahoo! Labs (December 2015), Sunnyvale, CA, USA
    • Simons Institute (October 2015), Berkeley, CA, USA
    • China Theory Week 2015 (August 2015), Shanghai, China
    • Microsoft Research India (July 2015), Bangalore, India
    • Algorithmic Game Theory in Athens (May 2015), Athens, Greece
  • Influence Maximization in Switching-Selection Threshold Models
    • Symposium in Algorithmic Game Theory (October 2014), Patras, Greece
    • Athens Colloquium in Algorithms and Complexity (August 2014), Athens, Greece
    • Greece Economic and Algorithmic Theory week 2014 (July 2014), Paros, Greece