WELCOME TO THE STONY BROOK CENTER FOR GAME THEORY
- The 31st Stony Brook International Conference on Game Theory: July 20-24, 2020
- Workshop on Strategic Communications and Learning (Yakov Babichenko and Omer Tamuz): July 26-27, 2020
2020 SUMMER FESTIVAL: SAVE THE DATES!
The 31st Stony Brook International Conference on Game Theory will be held on JULY 20-24, 2020.
The organisation of the conference has been entrusted to:
Online paper submission is now open. Click here for details.
In light of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, we will make a decision by May 15 about the mode in which the conference will be held. The submission date for papers has been extended to May 15. If we proceed with planning the traditional physical conference at Stony Brook, we will inform authors of accepted papers by May 31. If circumstances dictate against the traditional mode, we will instead plan for a scaled-down virtual conference to be held during the week of July 20. The virtual conference would consist only of invited speakers.
Workshop on Simplicity and Robustness in Complex Markets was held on JULY 11-12, 2019. The organisation of the workshop was entrusted to:
Workshop on New Directions in Mechanism Design was held on JULY 13-14, 2019. The organisation of the workshop was entrusted to:
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JOHN NASH: A COMMEMORATION
We deeply mourn the passing away of Alicia and John Nash.
John was a member of the Stony Brook Center for Game Theory. Since 1996, he participated in our summer activities with unfailing regularity and presented several lectures on the “Method of Acceptances” and related ideas, which described his new approach to cooperative games. He also gave abundantly of his time to both colleagues and students. In his characteristic, unassuming style, he would mix with scholars from around the world and make it a special point to attend talks by young researchers in the field. Everyone found John to be without an iota of self-importance, very forthcoming and a source of great inspiration. He shall be sorely missed and the memory of him will shine forever at Stony Brook !
During this year's Summer Festival John Milnor and Pradeep Dubey have presided over a Conference's session to commemorate John Nash and celebrate his contribution to science. Professor Milnor's slides and the videos for the two talks of the session are available on the following links: