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General Research Interests:

Theoretical computer science, Algorithms & Complexity and Game Theory 

Key words: Discrete applied mathematics; combinatorial optimization; computational microeconomics; computational social choice; artificial intelligence; multiagent systems; electronic commerce; game theory; mechanism design; social choice & voting; coalition formation; resource-bounded reasoning; computational & communication complexity; social, economic and information networks; algorithmic decision theory; cooperative game theory; boolean functions; network reliability; approximation algorithms and parameterized complexity; models and algorithms for the web


Thesis Research: Simple coalitional games are a fundamental class of cooperative games and voting games which are used to model coalition formation, resource allocation and decision making in computer science, artificial intelligence and multiagent systems. My thesis is focussed on algorithmic and computational complexity aspects of simple coalitional games including those which are in network settings.