OR63: Game Theory

Game theory is the study of strategic interaction among decision-makers in terms of how to cooperate or compete and the resulting overall outcomes.

Game theory originally starts with applications mostly in economics, social science and political sciences, but now includes many other fields including algorithmic game theory. The 2020 Nobel Prizes in Economics were awarded to Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson for their work on auction theory, a branch of game theory.

We're now looking for OR professionals, data scientists, professors, researchers, analysts, engineers, etc., to present at this event. Submit your 300-word presentation summary on game theory by the now extended deadline of the 25th of June to join our expert OR63 speakers!

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Submissions deadline extended: 25 June 2021

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Contributions from academics, the industry or the public sector are welcome!

This stream includes talks from both the theory, computational aspects, and applications of game theory. We especially welcome real-life application of game theory.

The underlying methodologies for analysing games are mostly Operational Research related.

We are very honoured to have Professor Bernhard von Stengel from LSE to deliver the keynote talk for the stream on the topic of “Game Theory and Operational Research”.

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If you have any questions, please contact one of the stream organiser below using their details listed. 

Tri-Dung Nyugen

Tri-Dung Nyugen, 
University of Southampton
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