The research group "Communication and Information in Games on NEtworks" is organizing a summer school on networks and games, to be held in Roscoff, France, from June 19 to June 23, 2017. Matthieu Faure, Marie Laclau, Miquel Oliu-Barton, Ludovic Renou and Xavier Venel compose the organizing committee.
The primary objective of the summer school is to expose to a selected number of PhD students and early career researchers four distinct applications of network theory: computer science/operation research, economics, game theory and statistical learning.
Four distinguished scholars will offer six hours of lectures on their subject of expertise: Professors Ben Golub (Harvard University, economics), Tobias Harks (Augsburg University, computer science/operation research), Tristan Tomala (HEC, game theory), and Pierre Tarrès (Paris-Dauphine, statistical learning). The lectures will be formal, with proper mathematical statements and proofs.
The summer school is funded by the project CIGNE (ANR-15-CE38-0007-01), the project SOSOSO (ANR-13-JSH1-009), the LabeX OSE, and the GDR Jeux.