Georgios Methenitis

Full Name
G. Methenitis
PhD student
+31 20 592 4091
Intelligent and Autonomous Systems


Georgios Methenitis graduated from Technical University of Crete in Greece with a 5-year diploma in Electronic and Computer Engineering. In 2012, he completed his diploma thesis in multi-agent behavior and strategy coordination for the RoboCup 3D Simulation League. He received his Masters degree after completing a two-years master studies at University of Amsterdam in Artificial Intelligence in December 2014. During his master studies, he worked as a teaching assistant at University of Amsterdam, and as an intern at VicarVision, a computer vision company located in Amsterdam. He was also a member of Dutch Nao Team of University of Amsterdam, participating in two RoboCup competitions. His master thesis, "Evolution of Soft-Robots by Novelty Search", was accepted for publication at ACM GECCO 2015 in Madrid. This work was a cooperation between University of Amsterdam and the Advanced Concepts Team at the European Space Agency. Since February 2015, he holds a PhD position at the Intelligent & Autonomous Systems group at Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) in Amsterdam. His current research interests focus on multi-agent systems, game-theory and learning.


Current projects with external funding

  • Stable and scalable decentralized power balancing systems using adaptive clustering (STASCADE)