Fivos Kalogiannis

Φοίβος Καλογιάννης
/ˈfi.vos/ /kaloˈʝanis/
University of California, Irvine

I take interest in algorithmic game theory, machine learning, optimization theory and aspects of control theory. I like both theory and fascinating applications.

I am a second year graduate student in Computer Science at UC Irvine advised by prof. Ioannis Panageas. Prior to that, I got my integrated Master’s Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens.

I grew up in a remote island of the North Aegean Sea, Lemnos.


Sep 22, 2023 Our paper Zero-sum Polymatrix Markov Games: Equilibrium Collapse and Efficient Computation of Nash Equilibria got accepted in NeurIPS 2023! See you in NOLA!
May 1, 2023 Our paper Algorithms and Complexity for Computing Nash Equilibria in Adversarial Team Games got accepted in EC 2023!
Jan 21, 2023 Two papers accepted in ICLR 2023! Efficiently Computing Nash Equilibria in Adversarial Team Markov Games accepted as notable 5% (oral presentation).
Towards convergence to Nash equilibria in two-team zero-sum games accepted as a poster presentation.