Stony Brook Center for Game Theory

2022 Summer Festival Will be Held Exclusively in Person

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International conference

The 33rd Stony Brook International Conference on Game Theory will be held in person on JULY 18-21, 2022.

The organization of the conference is entrusted to:

Joel Watson (University of California, San Diego)

Paper submission is now open

 

Submission deadline: May 15

Priority submission deadline: April 18 (ensures consideration in the first round of program scheduling)

Stochastic Games: Theory and Computational Aspects

Workshop on Stochastic Games: theory and computational aspects will be held in person on JULY 22-23, 2022.

Participation in the workshop is by invitation only (no paper submissions).

The organization of the workshop is entrusted to:

Xavier Venel (LUISS Guido Carli University)
Bruno Ziliotto (CEREMADE, Paris Dauphine University)

DYNAMIC GAMES IN MACRO-ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC FINANCE

The name of this workshop has been changed to Workshop on Dynamic Games in Macroeconomics and Public Finance. It will be held in person on JULY 24-25, 2022.

The organization of the workshop is entrusted to:

Sandro Brusco (Stony Brook University)
Juan Carlos Conesa (Stony Brook University)

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Confirmed Invited Speakers

Confirmed Invited Speakers

We are delighted to announce the following speakers will be presenting at the 33rd International Conference on Game Theory. Confirmed Invited speakers: Mohammad Akbarpour, Robert Aumann, Dirk Bergemann, Renee Bowen, Vincent Crawford, Michal Feldman, Mira Frick, George...

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In Memorium

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 the 2015 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:

John Milnor: “About John Nash” – Video
John Milnor: “About John Nash” – Slides
Pradeep Dubey: “John Nash: Some Personal Reminiscences” – Video

Photograph by Peter Badge / Typos1 (submission by way of Jimmy Wales), distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license

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