Fernando Tohmé, PhD
Senior Research Fellow
Fernando Tohmé, PhD is a Principal Researcher of CONICET (National Research Council of Argentina) and Full Professor at the Department of Economics of the Universidad Nacional del Sur, in Bahía Blanca, Argentina. He holds an undergraduate degree in Mathematics and a Ph.D. in Economics (under the late Rolf Mantel). A former Fulbright Scholar he held visiting positions at U.C. Berkeley, Washington University in St. Louis and Endicott College. Fernando is associated with the Global Centre for Advanced Studies as a Senior Research Fellow.
His research has focused on decision problems, game theory and optimization in socio-economic settings. He is currently working on a category-theoretical reformulation of game theory. Tohmé has been the thesis advisor of more than fifteen doctoral students in Economics, Engineering and Mathematics. He has published research articles in peer-reviewed journals like Theory and Decision, Mathematics of Social Sciences, Journal of Applied Logic, Physica A, Artificial Intelligence, Mathematical and Computational Modeling, and Annals of Operations Research among others.