David Grimsman



David Grimsman received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of California at Santa Barbara, and he joined the faculty of Computer Science at BYU, all in 2021. Prior to that, he graduated from BYU with a BS in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics in 2006. He then went to work for BrainStorm, Inc., a software training company based out of American Fork, UT., training tens of thousands of people around the world–including Italy, Spain, Australia and Germany–on various software applications, eventually working on IT projects within the company. In 2013, he joined IDeA Labs as a graduate student, graduating in 2016 with a MS in Computer Science. In his free time, David enjoys his family and playing sports such as basketball, flag football, ultimate frisbee, and softball.

Research Interests: Distributed dynamic and multiagent systems, game theory, optimization over networks, network dynamic systems, etc. with applications to sports, security, and a rich variety of other applications.


Research Interests

  • Distributed dynamic and multiagent systems
  • Game theory
  • Optimization over networks
  • Network dynamic systems