Dr. Patrick Jordan is a marketplace and agent designer with expertise in modeling and reasoning about complex strategic environments through theory and experimentation. He has experience in designing automated and mix-initiative systems based on principles of decision theory, game theory, optimization, economic theory, and artificial intelligence.
His research focuses on the design and analysis of agent strategies for complex market scenarios. These markets typically form games with incomplete and imperfect information and have large or algorithmically defined strategy sets.
Patrick holds a PhD and MSE in Computer Science, as well as an MSE in Financial Engineering, from the University of Michigan. He also holds a BS in Mathematics and a BS in Computer Engineering from Iowa State University.
His specialties include Internet advertising, bidding agents, real-time bidding, demand side platforms, marketplace design, algorithmic game theory, empirical game theory, Internet monetization, ad auctions, automated supply chain management, trading agent strategies, multi-agent systems, and e-commerce.