|Summer School on Game
Theory in Computer Science
June 26-30, 2006
In recent years, research at the intersection of game theory and computer science has become increasingly important, increasingly strong and increasingly diverse. This summer school will span computational and algorithmic game theory as well as topics of algorithmic flavor in pure game theory.
The summer school will take place at the BRICS PhD school at the Department of Computer Science, University of Aarhus on June 26-30, 2006. The intended participants of the summer school are graduate students and post-docs within computer science, but also students within mathematics and economics interested in computational aspects of game theory are encouraged to register for the summer school.
- Yevgeniy Dodis, New York University
Game Theory and Cryptography
- Andrew Goldberg, Microsoft Research - Silicon Valley
Optimizing Auctions (mostly for the worst case)
- Sergiu Hart, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Adaptive Heuristics and Uncoupled Dynamics
- Per Baltzer Overgaard, University of Aarhus
Primer on Game Theory
- Tim Roughgarden, Stanford University
- Bernhard von Stengel, London School of Economics and Political Science
Pictures from the summer school (password protected)
Local information about Aarhus relevant to the summer school is now available.
A list of participants is now available (password protected).
Accomodation reservations will be handled by the organizers. Accommodation information is now available.
The visitors guide from the Department of Computer Science, University of Aarhus, contains some information about travelling to Aarhus.Airport schedules
There will be no registration fee.
The capacity of the summer school is limited. Please send your application as early as possible. The deadline for registration is May 1, 2006. Notification about whether your application can be satisfied or not will be sent out before May 15. Registration covers handouts during the summer-school, coffee breaks, lunches and a dinner.
There will be a limited number of stipends available to support accommodation during the summer school and possibly transportation to the summer school. The stipends are primarily for (but not limited to) students affiliated with universities in the Nordic Network on Algorithms (NoNA). Please indicate on the registration form if you apply for a stipend.
Students who want to participate in the school should send an application letter containing the information below to email@example.com. Please organize a brief letter of reference by a university professor before May 1, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NAME: DEPARTMENT: UNIVERSITY: COUNTRY: PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE IN ALGORITHMS: NAME OF ADVISOR: DO YOU APPLY FOR A STIPEND FOR ACCOMODATION/TRAVEL (YES/NO):
The summer school is supported by the NordForsk project NoNA-Nordic Network on Algorithms, BRICS, and by the Center for Theory in Natural Science, University of Aarhus, and the Faculty of Science, University of Aarhus.