Georgios Chalkiadakis

 

 students

 

 

Charilaos Akasiadis has completed his PhD on mechanism design and machine learning solutions for the Smart Grid. He also completed his MSc thesis under my supervision back in 2013. Thesis title: Multiagent Demand-Side Management for Real-World Energy Cooperatives. Defended Oct 2, 2017. 

 

Angelos Chliaoutakis is a PhD student working on providing multiagent systems and agent-based modeling solutions to problems arising in the social archaeology domain. Expected graduation date:  2018. 

 

Evangelos Tripolitakis is a PhD student interested mainly in probabilistic modeling and Bayesian methods. Expected graduation date:  2019. 

 

Athina Georgara is a new (commenced: Sept 2017) MSc student working on the intersection of algorithmic game theory and machine learning. Athina also completed (in 2017, working under my supervision) her Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis on weighted voting games with application to a real-world digital civics scenario.

 

Konstantia (Dia) Xenou is a new (commenced: Sept 2017) MSc student interested mainly in machine learning, and in particular deep reinforcement learning and its employment for natural language processing and discourse parsing purposes. Dia also completed (in 2017, working under my supervision) her Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis on algorithms for automated multilateral negotiations under uncertainty.

 

Thaleia Ntiniakou is a new (commenced: Sept 2017) MSc student interested in machine learning, and in particular in Probabilistic Topic Models and their application on bioinformatics.

 

Konstantinos Babas completed his MSc thesis, on a novel and generic Bayesian approach for personalized recommendations. A paper ("You Are What You Consume: A Bayesian Method For Personalized Recommendations”) based on his thesis work has appeared in the proceedings of the 7th ACM Conference on Recommender Systems (ACM RecSys 2013).

 

Angelos Angelidakis has recently completed his MSc thesis on optimal prosumer decision making in the Smart Grid. Two papers based on his thesis work have appeared in AAMAS-2015 (best student paper award runner-up!) and in EUMAS-2015.

 

Michail Mamakos completed his MSc thesis on overlapping coalition formation (defended summer 2017), and is now a PhD candidate at Northwestern University.

 

Aris Kidonakis is a graduate student, interested in applying multiagent systems technologies in social networks.

 

Thanos Panagopoulos completed his Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis, and is now a PhD student at the University of Southampton. His thesis work was an interesting application of AI techniques in the Smart Grid domain. A paper (“Predicting the Power Output of Distributed Renewable Energy Resources within a Broad Geographical Region”) based on his thesis work received the Best Student Paper award of the Prestigious Applications of Intelligent Systems sub-conference of ECAI-2012.

 

Orfeas Romaidis recently completed his Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis, entitled "Moving windows value iteration for effective solar tracking". His thesis topic involved employing reinforcement learning techniques for optimal sun-tracking.

 

Dimosthenis Skipetaris is an undergraduate student working towards completion of his Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis. His work involves developing basic and advanced infrastructure for the operation of Virtual Power Plants, and the validation of various multiagent systems techniques in such environments.

 

Juliana Peres Hernandes Sanches recently completed her Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis, entitled "Design and Implementation of a Game Theory Application Toolkit for Handheld Devices". Through her work, she aspires to help popularize Game Theory a bit more.

Konstantinos Panousis recently completed his Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis, entitled "Real-time Planning and Learning in the 'Settlers of Catan' Strategy Game". His work involved applying RL algorithms and stochastic search techniques in competitive multi-agent strategy games.

 

Marios Asiminakis is an undergraduate student that completed his Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis. Thesis title: "Design and implementation of an automated bridge playing agent". His work involved applying machine learning and stochastic search techniques in the competitive bridge card game environment.

 

Efthimios Floros has completed his Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis on agent-oriented software engineering. 

 

Manos Karamalegos is an undergraduate student that completed his Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis on applying learning and bargaining techniques in the 'Settlers of Catan' strategy game. 

 

Michail-Angelos Papilaris has completed his Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis on applying inverse reinforcement learning techniques in the recommendation systems domain. 

 

Ioanna Giata is an undergraduate student now starting work on her Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis, on coalition formation in the Smart Grid. 

 

Georgios Kechagias is an undergraduate student now starting work on his Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis, on building a multiagent system providing integrated V2G/G2V services. 

 

Filippos Christianos is an undergraduate student that completed his Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis on applying game-theoretic and graph-theoretic techniques in the Smart Grid– and in particular on the (electric) Vehicles-to-Grid and Grid-to-Vehicles problems.

 

Michail Katsigiannis is an undergraduate student working towards completion of his Senior Undergraduate Engineering Diploma Thesis on combining multiagent systems’ methods with model predictive control for energy efficient buildings.

 

Filippos Pronios is an undergraduate student now starting work on his Senior Undergraduate Engineering

Diploma Thesis, aiming to employ multiagent reinforcement learning for promoting microgrids’ components coordination

in order to enhance their performance. 

 

Theofilos Chanialakis is an undergraduate student now starting work on his Senior Undergraduate Engineering

Diploma Thesis, aiming to employ multiagent learning and coordination methods to aid real-world search and

rescue operations. Part of his work will involve experimenting with actual UAVs.

 

Georgios Chalkiadakis