Dutch Network on Computational Game Theory Day

One-day scientific meeting of the Dutch Network on Computational Game Theory (DNetCG) with two invited and a series of contribtued talks. Invited speakers are Paul Goldberg (University of Liverpool) and Herbert Hamers (Tilburg School of Economics and Management).
  • Dutch Network on Computational Game Theory Day
  • 2011-12-02T10:00:00+01:00
  • 2011-12-02T16:00:00+01:00
  • One-day scientific meeting of the Dutch Network on Computational Game Theory (DNetCG) with two invited and a series of contribtued talks. Invited speakers are Paul Goldberg (University of Liverpool) and Herbert Hamers (Tilburg School of Economics and Management).
  • When 02-12-2011 from 10:00 to 16:00 (Europe/Amsterdam / UTC100)
  • Where CWI, room L017
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One-day scientific meeting of the Dutch Network on Computational Game Theory (DNetCG) with two invited and a series of contribtued talks. Invited speakers are Paul Goldberg (University of Liverpool) and Herbert Hamers (Tilburg School of Economics and Management). 

The Dutch Network on Computational Game Theory (DNetCG) is a national network of researchers working on computational and algorithmic aspects of games in the widest sense. The objective of DNetCG is to establish a common platform to discuss research, exchange ideas and foster collaborations. Please see the DNetCG website for more information.