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Welcome to the Paris working group on evolutionary games!

The purpose of this working group and its weekly meetings is to provide a friendly and relaxed environment where we can present and discuss our work on evolutionary game theory in an indefinite (but sane!) period of time. Usually, meetings consist of two parts: the speaker first sets the stage with a "presentation", and we then have a "discussion" which is invariably steered by the questions of the audience. For us, these meetings are not just a seminar, but an opportunity to interact with each other: questions are encouraged at any point during the talk, and the more persons that get on the blackboard, the merrier.

Upcoming talks will be announced here and by email on the EGT mailing list. A full calendar of the group's meetings, relevant files and some interesting links can all be accessed by the sidebar on the left.



Schedule for May 2011

4 May 2011, 13:30 - Institut Henri Poincaré, Room 201
Yannick Viossat (Dauphine): "Evolution and Complexity Costs in Repeated Games" (joint with Jean-Baptiste André)

11 May 2011, 13:30 - Institut Henri Poincaré, Room 421
No meeting!

21 May 2011, 13:30 - Institut Henri Poincaré, Room 421
TBA

28 May 2011, 13:30 -  Institut Henri Poincaré, Room 421
TBA