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Games, Decisions & Networks Seminar Series

  • 1.  Games, Decisions & Networks Seminar Series

    Posted 12 days ago
    Apologies for cross-posting
    Dear colleagues,

    We are very excited to announce that the "Games, Decisions & Networks" virtual seminar series will continue this semester. The series aims at bringing together researchers working on foundations and applications of game theory, decision theory, and networks from computer science, control, economics, and operations research.

    The advisory board for the series comprises Asuman Ozdaglar (MIT), Christos Papadimitriou (Columbia), Drew Fudenberg (MIT), Eva Tardos (Cornell), Matthew O. Jackson (Stanford), Ramesh Johari (Stanford), and Tamer Başar (UIUC).

    The series started last spring (the recordings of the past seminars are available at This fall our first speaker is Drew Fudenberg (MIT). He will give a seminar entitled "Which Misperceptions Persist"  on Friday, Sept. 10th at 12:00 PM EST

    Upcoming speakers include
    - Asuman Ozdaglar (MIT)
    - Katrina Ligett (Hebrew University)
    - Saurabh Amin (MIT)
    - Aislinn Bohren (UPenn)
    and more to be added!

    All future communications will be through the seminar mailing list ( For any additional information and links to attend the talks, please visit the seminar webpage: you enrolled in the mailing list last semester, please make sure that the emails are not going to your spam folder. 

    If you have questions, you can contact us at:, or on Twitter: @Games_Seminar.

    Please feel free to disseminate this announcement.

    Muhammed Sayin (Bilkent University), Yang Cai (Yale), Ozan Candogan (Chicago), Nika Haghtalab (Berkeley), Francesca Parise (Cornell), and Kaiqing Zhang (MIT)

    Ozan Candogan
    University of Chicago