I am an Assistant Professor leading the Game Theory group at the AI Center with interest in the following research areas: algorithmic and computational game theory, extensive-form games, stochastic games, computing Stackelberg equilibria.
When Computer Science and Criminology meet, an exciting cybercrime investigation is born. Our security researchers uncovered an Android banking botnet and explored the world of underground attackers, informal online forums, and the economy of encrypting malware-as-a-service. Read about their 5-year-long investigation in an extensive blog post.
A robotics Ph.D. student was awarded for her outstanding thesis on Generalized Routing Problems with Continuous Neighborhoods.