Updated May 2012.

Dmytro (Dima) Korzhyk

Dmytro (Dima) Korzhyk

Email: dima@... (< two letters for computer science > dot duke dot edu)

I'm a Ph.D. candidate in the Computer Science department. My advisor is Prof. Vincent Conitzer. I am also sponsored by the J.B. Duke Fellowship.

In the summer of 2012, I was a Summer Associate at Morgan Stanley. I worked in the Systematic Trading group (formerly Equity Trading Lab) in New York.

I help coordinate the Computer Science and Economics (CS-Econ) seminar.

Research

I work in the area of Game Theory. I am currently focusing on security resource allocation games and Bayesian games. My adviser is Vincent Conitzer.

During the summer of 2011, I was a Research Intern at the IBM T.J. Watson Center in the Global Security Analysis Lab led by Reiner Sailer. I designed a game-theoretical model and an algorithm for cyber attack analysis.

Publications

Professional Service

Reviewed papers for the International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS); Artificial Intelligence Journal; AAAI Workshop on Applied Adversarial Reasoning and Risk Modeling (AARM); AAAI Symposium on Game Theory for Security, Sustainability and Health (GTSSH).

Teaching

Courses at Duke

Programming Competitions

I also participated in European and Ukrainian national programming competitions, including Challenge24 (finalist in 2005 and 2007), KPI-OPEN (2nd place in 2007), Ukrainian Programming Cup (2nd place in 2003 and 2004). My TopCoder profile can be found here.

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