
The page has moved to my new website: here Hi, my name is Fasoulakis Michail (Michalis) and I come from Crete. In 2012, I started my PhD in Theoretical Computer Science in the Centre for Discrete Mathematics and its Applications (DIMAP) at the Computer Science Department, University of Warwick, UK. My specific area is the (Algorithmic) Game Theory. I am a student of Artur Czumaj and Marcin Jurdzinski.
My research interests lie in many traditional research areas such as:
and the intersections of them such as:
I am also interested in applications of mathematics and theoretical computer science in problems inspired by science and engineering such as telecommunications and signal processing, economics, transportation, computer science end engineering, finance, businesses, medicine and biology.
More specifically, I am currently interested in issues of game theory and their algorithmic view, like computation of approximate Nash equilibria and applications of game theory such as game theoretic aspects of wireless networking.
I hold an MSc in Computation & Game Theory from the University of Liverpool. Furthermore, I hold a BSc in CS and an MSc in Communications & Signal Processing from the Computer Science Department of the University of Crete, Greece. During my under/post graduate studies in Crete I was a member of the Telecommunications and Networks Laboratory of the ICS  FORTH (Institute of CS, Foundation for Research & Technology  Hellas) as a student of Apostolos Traganitis. 

