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12 June 2018 Satellite Meeting

Room Mandoline, L'École de Musique, 8 bis Rue de la Fontaine au Roi, 75011 Paris, France

GAMENET aims at gathering scholars belonging to different fields of complex systems working at the interface of network theory and game theory at both a theoreticaland applied frameworks. GAMENET will be an opportunity to create and trigger new collaborations among both researchers already working on games and those that will benefit from the suggested new approaches to face the problems they find in their fields.

The speaker of the best contributed presentation at GAMENET will be awarded with the Best Presentation award (300 EUR), sponsored by Games. More information will follow on the journal special issue(https://www.mdpi.com/journal/games/special_issues/Network_Games).

https://gamenet2018.weebly.com

26–29 August 2009 Logic, Game Theory, and Social Choice 6

Tsukuba, Japan

Emphasis of the conference: Limited Cognitive-Inferential Abilities and their Behavioral Consequences.

http://www.lgs6.org/index.htm

18–20 October 2009 SAGT 2009: Second International Symposium on Algorithmic Game Theory

Paphos, Cyprus

The purpose of SAGT is to bring together researchers from Computer Science, Economics and Mathematics to present and discuss original research at the intersection of Algorithms and Game Theory.

http://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/~mavronic/sagt2009/index.htm

5–7 November 2009 1st Annual UECE Lisbon Meetings: Game Theory and Applications

Technical University of Lisbon, Lisabon, Portugal

Invited Speakers: Prof. Dr. Olivier Gossner, Prof. Dr. Sergiu Hart, Prof. Dr. Abraham Neyman. The conference will include lectures by the invited speakers as well as contributed sessions on all topics and from all perspectives of game theory, including applications and experimental work.

http://pascal.iseg.utl.pt/~uece/events/2009/lxmeetings/index.shtml

28–30 April 2010 EWGLA 2010 - Euro Working Group on Locational Analysis XVIII

Conference Center of the University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy

The meeting intends to gather Operations Research practitioners from different parts of the world to share experiences in the field of Locational Analysis.

The meeting will cover both quantitative and qualitative methods for location theory, modelling and planning. We invite participation from all related areas in location theory:

  • Network location
  • Continuous location
  • Discrete location
  • Obnoxious location
  • Competitive location
  • Hub location
  • Advanced location models
  • Applications
  • Heuristic Approaches
  • and others

Contributions dealing with applications in the field of Logistics and Transportation are welcome.

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit an abstract of at most 300 words in Microsoft Word or LaTeX format to [email protected].

The Scientific Committee will select papers to be presented at Conference. A special issue of an International Journal may be devoted to the papers presented at the Conference.

http://www.ewgla2010.unina.it/

14–16 May 2010 Behavioral and Quantitative Game Theory: Conference on Future Directions

New Port Beach, CA, USA

Welcome to the Behavioral and Quantitative Game Theory: Conference on Future Directions web site.

In the last decade or so we have witnessed a resurgence of novel game theory applications and analysis in three main areas:

  • Algorithmic games as viewed by the computer science community.
  • Behavioral/Psychological/Epistemic games that include significant experimental work.
  • Supply chain games (inventory/logistic networks, production, and yield management games, among others).

The main purpose of this workshop is to create a "meeting place" conductive to cross-pollination of ideas from game theory in operations management and logistics, behavioral game theory, and algorithmic game theory. Since these streams are quite new – all three emerged in the last decade or so - there is a very strong impetus for learning and exchange from one arena to another.

The increasing volume of academic research, as indicated by recent number of papers published in the top journals of each of the disciplines, clearly indicates both the interest and the need for a common workshop where the `hot’ topics will be exposed not just to the members of a particular discipline but across disciplines. While one may stake a claim for more coherence among participants and topics, empirical findings show that this may result in clustering and exclusion. Findings also show that heterogeneity ought to lead to a larger involvement with respect to broader interest and participation. Thus, this workshop’s mixing of three separate academic communities linked together by their common game-theory base ought to create a fertile environment that moves forward the academic frontiers of their individual disciplines.

Sincerely,
Moshe Dror and Greys Sosic, Conference Co-Chairs

http://www.accessecon.com/pubs/BQGT2010/

3–4 June 2010 Decentralized Mechanism Design, Distributed Computing, and Cryptography Workshop

Nassau Inn, Princeton, USA

The Institute for Advanced Study and DIMACS are sponsoring a workshop on “Decentralized Mechanism Design, Distributed Computing, and Cryptography”, which focuses on issues at the boundaries of these three areas. We hope to bring together researchers in computer science and game theory, who have been working on related topics, largely unaware of each other’s efforts, for over 20 years.

The workshop will be held on Thursday June 3 and Friday June 4, 2010, at the Nassau Inn, Princeton. We plan to have a relatively light schedule of speakers, allowing plenty of time for interaction between participants.

If you are interested in attending the workshop, please send an email to dcc.workshop {at} gmail(.)com, preferably before January, 25, 2010. Although registration is free, the number of attendees will be limited; we want to keep the workshop small to allow lots of interaction. We will respond to emails by January 31, 2010, once we get a sense of the numbers.

Note that there will be a workshop on Mechanism Design at Princeton on June 4-5, organized by Eric Maskin and Stephen Morris; see http://www.princeton.edu/econtheorycenter/conferences/mechanismdesign/. We will try to coordinate some activities between the workshops.

http://intractability.princeton.edu/blog/2009/12/ddc-workshop/

4–5 June 2010 Recent Developments in Mechanism Design

Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, USA

The Economic Theory Center at Princeton University and the Institute for Advanced Study will be sponsoring a conference on mechanism design on Friday June 4 and Saturday June 5, 2010. The conference will be examining developments in the theory and application of mechanism design.

There will be a light schedule of papers, with plenty of opportunity for interaction between speaking and non-speaking participants.

We invite submissions for the conference. Authors should submit papers by first logging into Conference Maker and uploading a PDF document. Submissions should be received by January 31, 2010, and we hope to have a preliminary program by February 28th.

The conference will take place on the campus of the Institute for Advanced Study. Reasonable travel and accommodation costs of participants will be covered.

http://www.princeton.edu/econtheorycenter/conferences/mechanismdesign/

19–24 June 2010 14th International Symposium on Dynamic Games and Applications

The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta, Canada

The Fourteenth International Symposium on Dynamic Games and Applications, a three day conference, will be held at The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta, Canada during June 20-22, 2010. The three day technical program will consist of plenary sessions, invited sessions, and presentations of contributed papers in several topics on Game Theory and its Applications. The conference will be followed by a one-day tutorial on June 23, 2010.

The International Symposium on Dynamic Games and Applications is a biennial professional event. The first one was held in 1984 in Haifa, Israel. It was followed by meetings in Williamsburg, USA (1986), Antibes, France (1988), Espoo, Finland (1990), Grimentz, Switzerland (1992), St. Jovite, Canada (1994), Kanagawa, Japan (1996), Maastricht, The Netherlands (1998), Adelaide, South Australia (2000), and St. Petersburg Russia (2002), Tucson, USA (2004), Sophia Antipolis, France (2006), Wroclaw, Poland (2008).

http://cse.stfx.ca/~isdg2010/

28–30 June 2010 GTM 2010

St. Petersburg, Russia

General Information

The Fourth International Conference on Game Theory and Management, a three day conference, will be held in St. Petersburg, Russia in June 28-30, 2010.
Participants will have an opportunity to attend the presentations on a wide range of game-theoretic models, both theory and management applications.

The Topics

The topics include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Game theory and management applications
  • Cooperative games and applications
  • Dynamic games and applications
  • Evolutionary games and applications
  • Stochastic games and applications
  • Game theory applications in fields such as: strategic management, industrial organization, marketing, operations management, public management, financial management, human resources, energy and resource management and others.

http://www.gsom.pu.ru/en/gtm2010/

5–7 July 2010 LOFT 9 - 9th Conference on Logic and the Foundations of Game and Decision Theory

University of Toulouse, Toulouse, France

Aims of the Conference

This is the ninth in a series of conferences on the applications of logical methods to foundational issues in the theory of individual and interactive decision-making. Preference is given to papers which bring together the work and problems of several fields, such as game and decision theory, logic, computer science and artificial intelligence, philosophy, cognitive psychology, mathematics and mind sciences.

The previous eight conferences took place at CIRM (Marseille, France) in January 1994, at ICER (Torino, Italy) in December 1996, December 1998, July 2000 and July 2002, in Leipzig in July 2004, in Liverpool in July 2006 and in Amsterdam in 2008 (see: http://www.econ.ucdavis.edu/faculty/bonanno/loft.html)

Among the topics of particular relevance are:

  • Modal logics for games and protocols: epistemic and deontic logic, multi-agent logic, temporal logic, dynamic logic, probabilistic and multivalued logic, logic of belief revision.
  • Foundations of game and decision theory: epistemic foundations of solution concepts, information processing and communication in games, belief formation and revision in games.
  • Learning and information-processing models: economic aspects of information processing, learning in game-theoretic contexts, inductive learning and inductive decision making.
  • Bounded rationality approaches to game and decision theory.

http://www.econ.ucdavis.edu/faculty/bonanno/LOFT9/CFP.html

7–9 July 2010 SING 6

University of Palermo, Palermo, Italy

Welcome to SING 6

The organizing committee has the pleasure of inviting you to participate in the 6th Spain, Italy and Netherlands meeting on Game Theory (SING 6). The meeting will be held at the University of Palermo, from July 7 to 9, 2010. The meeting is under the auspices of IEEE (CSS and SMC), SIDRA, AIRO, Università di Bergamo, Universita "Ca' Foscari" Venezia.

SING 6 is the sixth in the series of Spain-Italy-Netherlands Meetings on Game Theory. Presentations will focus on new research directions in different disciplines. The meeting provides an avenue where new research collaborations can be forged.

Game Theory is a mathematical framework dealing with models of conflict and cooperation among interdependent decision makers. It is a central tool for economics and the social sciences, poses challenging research questions in mathematics, control, and optimization, and is applied across a wide variety of fields, including neuroscience, phi-losophy, and biology.

The organizing committe of SING6 has the pleasure to extend the meeting to engineers working in the field of game theory. The aim is to stimulate discussions on the topic from different and complementary perspectives.

http://www.unipa.it/sing6/

12–16 July 2010 International Conference on Game Theory

Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York, USA

Submission deadline – April 15, 2010. Confirmation of acceptance – April 30, 2010.

Please, follow the links to register and to submit your paper.

For travel and hotel information, please visit our Information page.

Questions can be directed to [email protected]

http://www.gtcenter.org/

29 July–4 August 2010 2nd Brazilian Workshop of the Game Theory Society

University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

It is a great pleasure to invite you to participate in the 2nd Brazilian Workshop of the Game Theory Society. It will be held at the University of São Paulo, from July 29 to August 4, 2010. The event will honor John Nash, on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Nash equilibrium.

The workshop will offer the participants the opportunity to interact with some of the most productive researchers in Game Theory. The week-long event will consist of mini-courses, conferences and contributed papers sessions. The courses will start at the introductory level and will reach the frontiers of current research. Graduate students interested in these courses should send a recommendation letter from their supervisors.

Early registrations are due March 15th and are encouraged since there are limited seats for the short courses. Updated information will be provided in http://www.usp.br/econ/bwgt2010.

Registration fee payment should be received by April 30th, 2010. A late charge of $100 will be added after this date.

All submissions should be made via on-line after registration. You should send an extended abstract (up to 3 pages), or, if possible, a full paper, written in English, before March 15th, 2010. This paper will become downloadable from our website if your submission is accepted. A short abstract (up to 200 words) is also required. The abstract will be printed in the book of abstracts. Presentations should be made in English, the official language of the workshop. Acceptable formats for the files are pdf, ps and word. Articles in all areas of Game Theory and Applications are welcome. The selected articles will be announced by April 15, 2010. In case your paper is accepted, we will send you an e-mail with information on registration fee payment, accommodation possibilities and arrival instructions. The schedule of talks on the workshop will be announced by the end of May.

http://www.gametheorysociety.org/conferences/listings/anuncioemingles.html

24–26 August 2010 CGTEEA - The 1st Conference

Beijing, China

The Chinese Game Theory and Experimental Economics Association (CGTEEA) is pleased to announce its inaugural conference in August 2010 in Beijing, China. Submissions in all fields of game theory and related areas are welcome. We are honored to have the following plenary speakers:

  • William Thomson (University of Rochester)
  • Matthew Jackson (Stanford University)
  • Shmuel Zamir (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
  • Martin Shubik (Yale University)

http://www.accessecon.com/pubs/CGTEEAC/

4–6 November 2010 The 2nd Annual UECE - Lisbon Meetings - Games Theory and Applications

Lisbon, Portugal

Game Theory and Applications will be held in ISEG/Technical University
of Lisbon from November 4 to November 6, 2010. The main address is Rua
do Quelhas, 6, 1200-781 Lisbon.

The conference will include as keynote speakers:

- Prof. Pierre-André Chiappori (Columbia University)
- Prof. Matthew O. Jackson (Stanford University)
- Prof. Myrna Wooders (Vanderbilt University)

The conference will also include contributed sessions on all topics and
from all perspectives of game theory, including applications and
experimental work.

http://pascal.iseg.utl.pt/~uece/lisbonmeetings2010/

22–23 November 2010 2010 Conference on Decision and Game Theory for Security

Berlin, Germany

Securing complex and networked systems and managing associated risks become increasingly important as they play an indispensible role in modern life at the turn of the information age. Concurrently, security of ubiquitous communication, data, and computing pose novel research challenges. Security is a multi-faceted problem due to the complexity of underlying hardware, software, and network interdependencies as well as human and social factors. It involves decision making in multiple levels and multiple time scales, given the limited resources available to both malicious attackers and administrators defending networked systems. For example, the resources vary from bandwidth, computing, and energy at the machine level to manpower and scheduling at the organizational level.

GameSec conference aims to bring together researchers who aim to establish a theoretical foundation for making resource allocation decisions that balance available capabilities and perceived security risks in a principled manner. The conference focuses analytical models based on game, information, communication, optimization, decision, and control theories that are applied to diverse security topics. At the same time, the connection between theoretical models and real world security problems are emphasized to establish the important feedback loop between theory and practice. Observing the scarcity of venues for researchers who try to develop a deeper theoretical understanding of the underlying incentive and resource allocation issues in security, we believe that GameSec will fill an important void and serve as a distinguished forum of highest standards for years to come.

http://www.gamesec-conf.org/

18–20 July 2011 SING7: 7th Meeting on Game Theory

Paris, France

SING 7 is the seventh in the series of Spain-Italy-Netherlands Meetings on Game Theory, and the first one organized in France. Presentations will focus on new research directions in Game Theory. The meeting provides an avenue where new research collaborations can be forged.
The conference is jointly organized by University of Paris I, Paris School of Economics, and TELECOM ParisTech. It also benefits from the financial support of GDR RO, Centre d'Économie de la Sorbonne, CNRS INSMI, CNRS SHS, ADRES, and DIMEco.

http://ces.univ-paris1.fr/SING_7.htm

6–10 May 2012 International Workshop on Experimental Economics and Machine Learning

Leuven, Belgium

Relational machine learning is a potentially useful technique for the purposes of analyzing these new types of economic data. We hope that this workshop associated with the conference on Formal Concept Analysis and two related workshops will help to gather researchers from data analysis and economic communities and activate the power of algebraic and relational machine learning tools to gain the beneficial results.

http://www.econ.kuleuven.be/ICFCA/workshopEeml.html

18–20 June 2012 10th Conference on Logic and the Foundations of Game and Decision Theory

Sevilla, Spain

This is the tenth in a series of conferences on the applications of logical methods to foundational issues in the theory of individual and interactive decision-making.

http://personal.us.es/hvd/loft/

15–19 July 2012 23rd International Conference on Game Theory

Stony Brook, NY, USA

The 23rd International Conference on Game Theory will be held at Charles B. Wang Center, Stony Brook University.

http://www.gtcenter.org/

16–18 July 2012 SING8

Budapest, Hungary

SING8 is the 8th conference in the Spain-Italy-Netherlands series of meetings on Game Theory and the first organised in Hungary. While many of the participants come from the founding countries or other European countries, the conference is open to all and covers all areas and aspects of game theory.

http://sing8.iehas.hu/

22–26 July 2012 4th World Congress of the Game Theory Society

Istanbul, Turkey

Every four years the Game Theory Society hosts its World Congress. The fourth World Congress will be held in July 2012 at Istanbul Bilgi University, in Istanbul, Turkey.

http://games2012.bilgi.edu.tr/

17–20 August 2012 11th Meeting of Society for Social Choice and Welfare

New Delhi, India

The Society for Social Choice and Welfare will organize its 11th biannual meeting in New Delhi from 17th August to 20th August, 2012.

http://www.isid.ac.in/~sscw2012/Welcome.html

4–5 May 2015 The sixth workshop on Cooperative Games in Multiagent Systems at AAMAS-2015

Istanbul,Turkey

The use of cooperative game theory to study how agents should cooperate and collaborate, along with the related topic of coalition formation, has received growing attention from the multiagent systems, game theory, and electronic commerce communities.  The focus of much of the current work in this area has been on exploring methods by which agents can form coalitions so as to solve problems of joint interest, make group decisions, and distribute gains arising from such cooperation.

http://www.intelligence.tuc.gr/coopmas

25–31 July 2015 The first workshop on Algorithmic Game Theory at IJCAI-2015

Buenos Aires, Argentina

We intend to bring together the rich variety of scientists that IJCAI attracts in order to have a multidisciplinary forum within which discuss and analyze current and novel challenges that the research in AGT faces. The workshop fits particularly well with the recent IJCAI Computer and Thought Awards; indeed, in the last 20 years, 6 out of the 12 winners had worked on topics in the intersection of AI and economics/AGT: specifically, Sarit Kraus (1995), Nicholas Jennings (1999), Tuomas Sandholm (2003), Peter Stone (2007), Carlos Guestrin (2009) and Vincent Conitzer (2011).

http://www.intelligence.tuc.gr/agt2015

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