greg.l.deon [at] gmail.com

Bio

I'm currently a PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia. I'm supervised by Kevin Leyton-Brown, and I also work closely with James R. Wright (University of Alberta). My broad research interests are in behavioural game theory, where my goal is to model how people act in strategic situations.
Previously, I earned a Master's in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo, where I was co-supervised by Edith Law and Kate Larson. My research focused on describing fair reward divisions with cooperative game theory and applying them to practical crowdsourcing systems. Before Waterloo, I earned a B.Eng. in Computer Engineering from Dalhousie University. During my co-op positions, I developed open-source tools for side channel analysis and built test equipment for researching Li-ion batteries.

Publications

Conference Papers

Paying Crowd Workers for Collaborative Work
Greg d'Eon, Joslin Goh, Kate Larson, Edith Law
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), 2019
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Journal Articles

Power Analysis and Fault Attacks against Secure CAN: How Safe Are Your Keys?
Colin O'Flynn, Greg d'Eon
SAE International Journal of Transportation Cybersecurity and Privacy, 2018
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Studies of the Effect of Voltage on the Impedance and Cycling Performance of Li[Ni0.4Mn0.4Co0.2]O2/Graphite Lithium-Ion Pouch Cells
Kathlyne Nelson, Greg d'Eon, Asher Wright, Lin Ma, Jian Xia, Jeff Dahn
Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 2015
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Peer Reviewed Workshop Papers

The Effects of Single-Player Coalitions on Reward Divisions in Cooperative Games
Greg d'Eon, Kate Larson, Edith Law
Games, Agents, and Incentives Workshop (AAMAS), 2019
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White Papers

I, For One, Welcome Our New Power Analysis Overlords: An Introduction to ChipWhisperer-Lint
Colin O'Flynn, Greg d'Eon
Black Hat USA, 2018
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Master's Thesis

Applying Fair Reward Divisions to Collaborative Work
Greg d'Eon
University of Waterloo, 2019
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