I am a PhD student in Electrical Engineering:Systems at the University of Michigan, working with Prof. Demosthenis Teneketzis, where I also pursue a M.A. in Economics. Currently, I am a member of Dow Sustainability Fellows program at the University of Michigan.
I received my Master's degree in Electricial Engineering:Systems from University of Michigan, 2013, and my Bachelor's degree in Electerical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 2011. I was a Silver medalist of 37th International Physics Olympiad, Singapore, 2006, and a Gold medalist of 18th National Physics Olympiad, Iran, 2005.
My research interests lie in stochastic control, game theory, mechanism design, network economics, and strategic learning.
For more information please find my CV .
F. Farhadi, H. Tavafoghi, D. Teneketzis, "Dynamic Incentives for Security in Networks of Interdependent Agents", to appear in 7th EAI International Conference on Game Theory for Networks (GameNets), May 2017, (draft available) .
H. Tavafoghi, D. Teneketzis, "Dynamic Market Mechanisms for Wind Energy", IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, under review , 2016, (arXiv version available)
Y. Ouyang, H. Tavafoghi, and D. Teneketzis, "Dynamic Games with Asymmetric Information: Common Information Based Perfect Bayesian Equilibria and Sequential Decomposition", To appear in IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 2016.
Y. Ouyang, H. Tavafoghi, and D. Teneketzis, "Dynamic Oligopoly Games with Private Markovian Dynamics" The 54th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control , 2015.