|Presenter||Talk title (click for paper or abstract)|
|Bob Aumann||Rule Rationality Versus Act Rationality|
|Mort Canty||Computing Equilibrium Strategies for Timely Detection|
|Daniela de Farias||Learning and Teaching in Repeated Games: A Machine Learning Approach to Long-Term Best-Response Play|
|Olivier Gossner||Costly Communication in Repeated Interactions|
|Sergiu Hart||Adaptive Heuristics: A Little Rationality Goes a Long Way|
|Ehud Kalai||Large Robust Games|
|Ehud Lehrer||No-Regret, Approachability and Excludability with Bounded Computational Capability|
|Andy McLennan||Polyhedral Homotopy Computation of Extensive Form Nash Equilibrium Paths|
|Abraham Neyman||Kolmogorov Strategy Complexity|
|Dinah Rosenberg||The MaxMin Value of Stochastic Games with Imperfect Monitoring|
|Tim Roughgarden||Selfish Routing and the Price of Anarchy|
|Dov Samet||One Observation Behind Two Puzzles|
|David Schmeidler||Beliefs and Tastes in Context|
|Christian Shelton||Compact Structured Game Representations|
|Bob Simon||A Topological Approach to Quitting Games|
|Sylvain Sorin||Multivalued Dynamics and Games|
|Bill Sudderth||Borel Stay-in-a-Set Games|
|Ted Turocy||The Gambit System for Computing in Finite Games|
|Shmuel Zamir||On the Existence of Pure Strategy Monotone Equilibria in Asymmetric First-Price Auctions|
Each morning and afternoon session is planned to consist of one plenary talk of 45 minutes, followed by a break, two contributed sessions of 25 minute each (each with up to five parallel talks), followed by a break, and then again a plenary talk of 45 minutes, as follows:
|9:15-10:00||Plenary Talk 1|
|10:15-10:40||Contributed Session 1|
|10:50-11:15||Contributed Session 2|
|11:30-12:15||Plenary Talk 2|
|14:00-14:45||Plenary Talk 3|
|15:00-15:25||Contributed Session 3|
|15:35-16:00||Contributed Session 4|
|16:15-17:00||Plenary Talk 4|
All the material is new to plenary speakers, and to participants who will not give a talk. If you are one of these, you may be interested in specifying below your preferences for talks you would like to attend which will give us information about how to schedule the contributed talks with a minimum of clashes. As a plenary speaker, just give your name, as a participant, use the participant number you get when you indicate to us by email that you wish to register as a participant; this email does not replace the actual registration, which requires payment.
firstname.lastname@example.org,GameTheory@notes.cc.sunysb.eduPlease send us email as TEXT ONLY, not in HTML format.
If you contribute a paper or are a participant who has been given a participant number, as an example say number 99, please start your email with the line
I am presenter/participant number 99For completing our records for the conference please email us as follows (copy this part of the email into your message and change the given information as necessary):
EMAIL SUBJECT: personal info
and in the body of the message (here is an example):
I am presenter/participant number 87 Postal address (on separate lines, start on new line): Department of Mathematics London School of Economics Houghton St London WC2A 2AE United Kingdom (End of address) My homepage (if any): http://www.maths.lse.ac.uk/Personal/stengel My preferred talk days (please change if necessary): July 21 22 23 24 25 My abstract (Text only, 20 lines maximum, start on new line): (End of abstract) Talk in same session (at most one, give number): 41 Preferred talks: 9 15 71 78The "Talk in same session" entry is a related talk that you think should be given in the same room in the preceding or subsequent contributed session as your own talk, if you have a preference (see the planned schedule above).
Please send only information that has been changed so we do not have to change it unnecessarily (in particular, check your abstract if needs to be changed). Thanks!
The abstracts have been extracted from the files. However,
this did not always work, or your extended abstracted is
too long, so your abstract is not shown even if you sent us
one in your original submission to the conference.
Please send us a short abstract as well if it differs from the abstract that you see on the abstracts webpage. It will replace your abstract as shown so far.
A short abstract will make it easier for others to decide if they should attend your talk, which they can specify below.
You may also send me a .doc (Microsoft WORD) file, but preferably NOT an .rtf (rich text format) file.
Otherwise, register as early as possible! The registration form is available at http://www.sunysb.edu/gametheory/Reg00.pdf which we ask to submit with the registration fee, $200 ($25 for students), by personal check, travellers check, or money order payable to The Center for Game Theory. DEADLINE is JUNE 1. A late charge of $50 will be added after this date.
If you cancel later, your registration fee will be re-imbursed minus the following handling charges:
For details on accommodation see http://www.sunysb.edu/gametheory/Housing.htm. Please observe the reservation deadline of JUNE 1. Dormitory deposits are to be made to the "Center for Game Theory" by check or money order (no credit cards), but a deposit for the dormitory and for the registration can be made with a single payment.
For off-campus housing, note that the room rate in the Holiday Inn is the same for single or double occupancy, including breakfast, and the rooms are large, unlike the dormitory rooms, so you may consider sharing a hotel room as an alternative to the dormitory. You have to book your room directly with the hotel.
If you want us to help with finding another person to share a room, please send us an email with the following:
EMAIL SUBJECT: roommate search
and in the body of the message (amended as necessary):
I am presenter/participant number Last name: Preferred housing: dormitory airconditioned-dormitory hotel I am: male female Smoker: no yes Snoring: no light heavy Arrival date: Departure date:with the appropriate information. We will try to find and suggest a match and inform both of you so that you can co-ordinate on the booking, which you still have to do yourselves.
We will have to schedule the 90+ contributed talks in four or five parallel sessions We will try to minimize the number of clashes.
For that purpose, please send us your preference of the talks you plan to attend. We will send you a confirmation and the list of talks that we have scheduled, so that you are well prepared for the conference :-)
Clashes will be unavoidable, and we will try to maximize the number of preferred talks that everyone can at least attend. You may therefore prefer to list only the talks that you definitely want to attend without clashes, since all the talks you list are treated equally (so the order of the numbers is not important). Please use the email format in 1. above. An example of the line in question is
Preferred talks: 10 11 70 75 78and you can send us any revised list until June 15, where only the lines "I am presenter/participant number " and "Preferred talks: " are mandatory (any new list will replace the old one entirely).
If you are only attending the conference on specific days, you are only allowed to give a preference for 2 talks for each day you are there, as you cannot expect to have all your preferred talks being given, clash free, on those days. (We cannot guarantee that the schedule is clash-free for everyone, of course.)
You can revise your choices at any time, where only new fields have to be supplied. We will start scheduling the talks after June 15.
5. U.S. Visa requirements
Citizens of most Western European countries only need a sufficiently valid passport to visit the United States, see the Visa Waiver information at
General visa information can be obtained at
If you need an official invitation letter for obtaining a U.S. visa to attend this conference, please e-mail us. You will get an acknowledgment by email when your invitation letter has been sent.
We may also organize a soccer game.
The Holiday Inn Express has a large indoor swimming pool, and a fitness room.