16-17 Apr 2019 Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris (France)

Workshop on Network, population and congestion games (NPCG19)

The workshop will take place  in Paris, at the Institut Henri Poincaré (IHP), amphi Darboux on Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th, April, 2019.

The workshop covers both practical and theoretical aspects of the following themes:

· Games, Learning and Dynamical Systems;

· Mean Field Models and Networks;

· Efficiency and Coordination in Congestion Games;

· Network Games.


This workshop aims to provide an opportunity for researchers interested in these themes to gather together during two whole days, in order to communicate with each other their most recent work as well as their global view of the relative domains of research.


The workshop  NPCG19  is organized within the PGMO project “Jeux de pilotage de flexibilités de consommation électrique : dynamique et aspect composite” led by Samson Lasaulce.



Speakers and Presentations content

- Eitan Altman - INRIA, Sophia Antipolis, France (tutorial) Slides

- Roberto Cominetti - Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Chile Slides

- Nicolas Gast - Inria, Grenoble, France Slides

- Bruno Gaujal - Inria, Grenoble, France (tutorial) Slides

- Yezekael Hayel - University of Avignon, France Slides

- Martine Labbé - Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium Slides

- Jason Marden - University of California, Santa Barbara, US Slides

- Panayotis Mertikopoulos - CNRS (Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble), France Slides

- Georgios Piliouras - Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore  Slides

- Marco Scarsini - LUISS, Italy (tutorial) Slides

- Sylvain Sorin - Sorbonne Université, France (tutorial)  Slides

    - Bruno Ziliotto - CNRS (Université Paris Dauphine), France Slides




Scientific and organizing committee

The scientific and organizing committee is composed of  Olivier Beaude (EDF R&D), José Fonseca (L2S), Stéphane Gaubert (Inria, CMAP),  Paulin Jacquot (EDF R&D and Inria, CMAP), Samson Lasaulce (L2S),  Nadia Oudjane (EDF R&D) , Sylvain Sorin (Sorbonne universités),  Cheng Wan (EDF R&D).

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