Dr. Metin Uyanik is a lecturer (tenure track assistant professor) at the School of Economics, University of Queensland. He has received his PhD from Johns Hopkins University. His primary fields of academic interest are Economic Theory, Computational Economics, Game Theory and Political Economy. In his thesis he works on existence and computation of an equilibrium in games and economies. Throughout his graduate studies, he had the opportunity to accumulate extensive teaching experience such as Mathematics Camp at both Johns Hopkins University and Rice University as well as Microeconomic Theory and Game Theory at Johns Hopkins University.