I am a member of the department of Econometrics and Operations Research since 1990. As a professor of mathematics and game theory my research interests include: cooperative and strategic behavior in interactive decision-making, cooperative and non-cooperative game theory, games of skill and games of chance, interactive operations research problems. My driving force is to supervising and cooperating with PhD students, to guide them on their path to scientific and academic maturity. My teaching interests range from a wide variety of subjects within mathematics, statistics and probability to specialized topics within game theory. One of my current fields of interests is the analysis of new cooperative and strategic models within interactive claims and liability problems.