Dr Lefteris Anastasiadis is a Research Associate at the Transport Systems and Logistics Laboratory in the Centre for Transport studies. His current work focuses in network mechanism design and game theoretic models for autonomous vehicle fleet operations.
He holds a PhD from the University of Liverpool in algorithmic mechanism design for network problems with applications to urban planning. During his studies he was a member of the Economics and Computation group. He also obtained an MSc in Computation and Game Theory from the same university and a BSc in Informatics and Telecommunications from the University of Athens. Prior to joining the TSL group, he worked as quality assurance engineer at Rosslyn Data Technologies.
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