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Biography

After gaining a summa cum laude Laurea in Computer Science (BSc plus MSc equivalent), Carmine began his PhD research in 2003 and was awarded his PhD in 2007, defending a thesis on theoretical advances in the design of incentive-compatible mechanisms.

He subsequently took post-doctoral research positions in Italy before working on proposals funded by the EU, DFG and EPSRC at the University of Liverpool. He has also held academic positions at Teesside University and the University of Essex. Carmine joined King's in September 2019, to lead the Finance research hub.

Research Interests

  • Algorithmic game theory, microeconomics and the internet 
  • Algorithms and complexity
  • (AI for) algorithmic trading and finance
  • Cryptography and security