Hello! I am a Computer Science PhD student at Warwick, supervised by Dr. Paolo Turrini. Previously I studied MSc in Logic at the University of Amsterdam (ILLC), spending my last semester as a visiting student at the University of Toulouse (IRIT). I graduated with a thesis on multi-agent abstract argumentation, supervised by Dr. Sylvie Doutre, Dr. Umberto Grandi and Prof. Sonja Smets. If I am not doing research, I am most probably climbing.
My research is focused on strategic behaviour in computational social choice. Among other topics in collective decision making, I study how agents can influence the results of collective decision making by spreading their opinions in a social network.
- Equilibrium Computation For Knockout Tournaments Played By Groups, Grzegorz Lisowski, M.S. Ramanujan, Paolo Turrini, Proceedings of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-2022)
- A Hotelling-Downs Framework for Party Nominees, Paul Harrenstein, Grzegorz Lisowski, M.S. Ramanujan, Paolo Turrini, Proceedings of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-2021)
- Convergence of Opinion Diffusion is PSPACE-Complete, Dmitry Chistikov, Grzegorz Lisowski, Mike Paterson, Paolo Turrini, Proceedings of AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-2020)
You can find the full list of my publications on my DBLP profile.
I have been involved with the teaching of the following modules:
- CS255 Artificial Intelligence (Term 1, 2018/2019)
- CS404 Agent Based Systems (Term 2, 2018/2019)
- CS409 Algorithmic Game Theory (Term 2, 2018/2019; Term 1, 2019/2020, Term 1 2020/2021)
- CS259 Formal Languages (Term 2, 2019/2020, Term 2 2020/2021)
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