Advances in Stochastic Games

Date: 23-24 January 2019

Location: 
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary,
Building Q, Room 407

Organized by Eilon Solan Games Research Group Tel-Aviv University, László Kóczy BME-GTK Quantitative Social and Management Sciences Research Group and Miklós Pintér BME Optimization Research Group

The event is sponsored by 
the European Network for Game Theory (GAMENET) and by the BME-GTK Department of Finance.

Description: The workshop brings together leading figures of stochastic games around the topic of continuous-time games and partial monitoring. A tutorial on the topic will be provided to introduce the topic for non-experts. Expert talks with open problems will be also given. 

Support for young researchers: By the generous financial support of GAMENET, we can support the participation of 4 young researchers in the workshop. Please send your application consisting of CV, 1 page motivation letter, the name of a promoter, budget plan to pinter (at) math dot bme dot hu not later than 15 December.

Registration is free, but obligatory, to register please send an email to pinter (at) math dot bme dot hu. 

The program:
Wednesday 23:
16:00 - 16:30: Gathering
18:30 - 19:15: Open problem session moderated by Bruno Ziliotto: Bruno ZiliottoMiquel Oliu-Barton

Thursday 24: 
13:00 - 14:30: Lunch
14:30 - 15:00: Open problem session moderated by Galit Ashkenazi-Golan: John Levy
15:00 - 17:00: Collaboration session moderated by Eilon Solan

Participants: