7-10 May 2013, University of Warwick
Partially supported by Linnaeus University, Sweden.
This school and conference is the fourth in a series of Warwick Spring events on control and games. The meeting will be structured around mini-courses allowing speakers to fully develop a theme. The program will be completed by the talks of other experts on the recent trends in game theory.
Sorin Solomon: The Importance of Being Discrete. The emergence of complex macroscopic collective phenomena from simple elementary microscopic laws
Stephane Gaubert (INRIA): Nonlinear Perron-Frobenius methods applied to zero-sum games
Markus Kirkilionis (Warwick): Complex Games: Formal Extensions of Agent-Based Modelling Approaches in Economy
Wei Yang (Strathclyde): Sensitivity analysis for HJB equations with applications to coupled backward-forward systems
Vladimir Mazalov (Petrozavodsk, Karelia): Stochastic cake division procedure
Musa Mammadov (Ballarat, Australia) Turnpike theorems for time-delays systems
Peter Caines (McGill, Canada): MFG Theory for Nonlinear Systems with Major and Minor Agents
Minyi Huang (Canada): HARA uitlity mean field game and some related nonlinear behavior
Yurii Averboukh (Novosibirsk): Nash Equilibrium Strategies with Guide for n-person Differential Games
Boualem Djehiche (KTH, Stokholm): On a mean-field type optimal switching problem
Adam Ostaszewski (LSE, London): Equity Valuation from Intermittent Voluntary Information Disclosure
A related event on the 10th May see here
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