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Stamatios Katsikas

I have completed my PhD at Centre for Complexity Science, University of Warwick, working under the supervision of Professor Vassili Kolokoltsov and Professor Steve Alpern, on Dynamic/Evolutionary Game Theory, Mean-Field Game Theory, Inspection/Corruption/Patrolling games et al.


Education.

  • 2017 - PhD in Interdisciplinary Mathematics and Complexity Science. University of Warwick.
    Thesis : Game Theoretic Models of Networks Security.
  • 2013 - MSc in Mathematical Finance. Queen Mary, University of London.
    Thesis : CTRW in Mathematical Finance.
  • 2011 - MSc in Applied Mathematics. Imperial College.
    Thesis : Approaching Synchronization through the Kuramoto Model.
  • 2009 - BSc in Physics (with specialization in Theoretical Physics). Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
    Thesis : Dynamical Study of Epidemiology Models.


Publications.

  1. Katsikas S, Kolokoltsov V, Yang W. Evolutionary Inspection and Corruption Games. Games. 2016; 7(4):31.
  2. Alpern S, Katsikas S. The Uniformed Patroller. (Under Revision).
  3. Katsikas S, Kolokoltsov V. Evolutionary, Mean-Field and Pressure-Resistance Game Modeling of Networks Security. (Submitted).


Events (Talk Presentations).

  • 18th International Symposium on Dynamic Games and Applications, Grenoble, France, July 9-12 2018.
  • 'Mean Field Games' Workshop, Los Angeles, USA, August 28-September 1 2017.
  • 11th International ISDG (International Society of Dynamic Games) Workshop, Warsaw, Poland, July 13-15 2017.
  • Young to OR 20 Annual Conference, London, UK, April 4-6 2017.
  • 17th International Symposium on Dynamic Games and Applications, Urbino, Italy, July 12-15 2016.
  • Search Games: Theory and Applications, Leiden, The Netherlands, June 27-July 1 2016.
  • 10th International ISDG (International Society of Dynamic Games) Workshop, Glasgow, UK, July 16-17 2015.
  • IMA Conference on Game Theory and its Applications, Oxford, UK, December 8-12 2014.
  • Game Theory and Computational Complexity, Glasgow, UK, March 3-4 2014

(Poster Presentations).

  • SET FOR BRITAIN: Engineering and Mathematical Sciences Exhibitions, Attlee Suite, Portcullis House, House of Commons, March 9 2015.