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Grammateia joined the Department of Political Economy (DPE) in September 2017 as a postdoctoral research associate in the interdisciplinary project ‘Trusted and transparent voting systems’, between King's College London and the University of Surrey.

She is a game theorist with a PhD in economics and computation from University of Liverpool, where she focused on existence, efficiency and computation of equilibria in network games. In DPE, her main role is to design voting mechanisms that further enhance democracy by boosting citizens’ involvement in collective decision making, explore the potential of distributed ledgers technology in voting and engage the community regarding activities related to the project.

She also helps with the departmental needs in teaching. In May 2018, she was invited to give evidence to the UK treasury committee. Since then, she has attended European Parliament discussions and UK government advisory boards on how to further proceed with emerging technologies, such as distributed ledgers.

Her general interests lie in the areas of:

  • economic mechanism design
  • game theory
  • distributed ledgers technology for social good.

Student office hours: Thursday 11.00 - 12.00 (please book an appointment by e-mail)