About me

I am currently a sixth year PhD candidate in the EEconomiCS and Theory groups of the EECS Department at Northwestern University. My advisor is Nicole Immorlica. Since 2014 I have been a long term visitor at Microsoft Research at New England. During Summer 2012 I was a research intern at CWI, Amsterdam. I was a student visitor in the Institute of Advanced Studies at Hebrew University for the Special Semester in Algorithmic Game Theory in 2011.

Research Interests

I have a broad interest in algorithmic mechanism design. My current research focuses on revenue maximization in static and dynamic environments. In the past I worked on a variety of topics including cost-sharing, matching, and mechanism design without money.


manolis [at] u [dot] northwestern [dot] edu