Game theory

Game theory is the study of mathematical models of strategic interaction between rational decision-makers. Today, game theory is used to predict stochastic outcomes to a wide range of problems. Researchers at Missouri S&T are applying game theory in problems related to distributed task scheduling in mobile computing, resource allocation in wireless networks, cyber and network security, and decision making in mobile crowdsensing.

Meet the experts

Sajal K. Das

St. Clair Endowed Chair Professor
Computer Science

Research Interests

Wireless and sensor networks; mobile and pervasive computing; cyber-physical systems and smart environments; smart healthcare and smart grid; big data; parallel, distributed and cloud computing; security and privacy; systems biology; social networks and social computing; applied graph theory and game theory.

Venkata Sriram Siddharrdh Nadendla

Assistant Professor
Computer Science

Research Interests

Cyber-Physical-Human systems; Statistical inference & machine learning; Nudge & persuasion; Security, fairness, transparency and trust

Don Wunsch

Mary K. Finley Missouri Distinguished Professor
Computer Engineering

Research Interests

Clustering, Neural Networks, Reinforcement Learning, Approximate Dynamic Programming, Adaptive Dynamic Programming, Adaptive Critic Designs, Adaptive Resonance Theory, Fuzzy Systems, Evolutionary Computation, Particle Swarm Optimization, Nonlinear Regression, Memristors, Game of Go (Baduk, Weichi), Traveling Salesman Problem, Prisoner's Dilemma Problem, Robotic Swarms, Bioinformatics, Self-Healing Critical Infrastructure, Smart Grid, Critical Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, applications of these

Tony Luo
Tie (Tony) Luo

Associate Professor

Research Interests

Internet of things, machine learning, security, trust, and privacy

Jagannathan Sarangapani

William A. Rutledge - Emerson Electric Co. Distinguished Professor in Electrical Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Research Interests

Systems and control, neural network control, event triggered control/cyber-physical systems, resilience/prognostics, autonomous systems/robotics