The GAME THEORY AND COMPUTATION GROUP has been founded with the aim of melting together two complementary aspects of the interactive decision making.
On one side, the aspect of studying and modeling interactive situations, on the other side the more applied issues of studying computational tools to deal with specific classes of problems.
The group is strongly interested in collaborations with other institutions; currently it has a convention with the laboratory Lamsade of the Université Paris Dauphine and with the Energy department of Politecnico di Milano, to share a co-financed Ph.D. grant. Every scholar/institution interested in having a joint project with us is very welcome.
Roman Games II
Thursday April the 26th, 2018 DIAG Aula Magna, Via Ariosto 25, Roma
The Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering Antonio Ruberti (DIAG) hosts the second edition of Roman Games, an informal one-day work- shop on Multiagent Optimization (game theory, optimization over networks, distri- buted computing, equilibrium problems and more). The aim of these meetings is to bring together people in the roman region and some guests working in Multiagent Optimization, but is open to contributions from anybody interested in this broad research area.
This meeting has been organized by Francisco Facchinei (Università di Roma La Sapienza) and Roberto Lucchetti (Politecnico di Milano).
09.45 – 10.30: Roberto Cominetti (Universidad Adolfo Ibanez, Chile) Dynamic equilibria for network flows
10.30 – 11.15: Marco Scarsini (Luiss, Roma) Demand-Independent Optimal Tolls
11.45 – 12.30: Lorenzo Lampariello (Università di Roma 3, Roma) Numerically tractable optimistic bilevel problems
12.30 – 13.15: Maurizio Falcone (Università di Roma La Sapienza, Roma) Some remarks on pursuit-evasion games with p-players
14.30 – 15.15: Sylvain Sorin (Sorbonne Université, Paris) Nash equilibria and variational inequalities: on the graph of the equilibrium correspondence
15.15 – 16.30: Tristan Garrec (Université Toulouse 1 Capitole, Toulouse) On Search Games
16.30 – 17.15: Nicola Gatti (Politecnico di Milano, Milano) Leadership in Singleton Congestion Games