Ioannis Caragiannis

Ioannis Caragiannis


I am a professor in the Department of Computer Science at Aarhus University and member of the Computational Complexity and Game Theory group. Before coming to Aarhus, I spent approximately three decades in the University of Patras, getting my Diploma (1996) and PhD (2002), and serving as a faculty member (2004-2020) at the Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics.

I am doing research on algorithm design and analysis, with a current focus on computational problems of economic nature. In particular, my research lies at the interface of Computer Science (theoretical computer science and foundations of AI) and Economics (mainly game theory and microeconomics). See research, publications, and CV or contact me for more details.

Recent news

May 2022 My grant application on the "Conceptual and Computational Challenges in Fair Division" has been approved for funding by the DFF (see this announcement by our department). Soon, there will be a call for PhD applications (hopefully for our August 1st deadline).
I will be an invited speaker at SAGT 2022 (the 15th International Symposium on Algorithmic Game Theory).
The list of publications has been updated.