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.
I am currently focused on coalitional games, strategic games with infinite action spaces, and their applications in computer science. Since many game-theoretic models have common mathematical roots, my research also includes more fundamental aspects. They are connected by variations on the notion of a lattice ordered vector space. Fundamental questions about game solutions can be recast as interesting problems in algebra, discrete mathematics, and polyhedral geometry.
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A robotics Ph.D. student was awarded for her outstanding thesis on Generalized Routing Problems with Continuous Neighborhoods.