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26-March-2011-Doc-course-The-Mathematics-of-Games-
Strategies-Cooperation-and-Fair-Division-Universid
ad-de-Sevilla-Spain
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SUMMARY:Doc-course: The Mathematics of Games: Stra
tegies, Cooperation and Fair Division, Universidad
de Sevilla, Spain
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20110314
DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20110326
LOCATION:Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
DESCRIPTION:"The Mathematics of Games: Strategies,
Cooperation and Fair Division" is an advanced cou
rse devoted to the mathematical aspects of Game Th
eory and Social Choice, in which leading specialis
ts in the area will offer young researchers the po
ssibility to gain insight on the main topics and e
nable them to undertake research projects in these
specific subjects. The course is addressed to beg
inner and intermediate graduate students from inst
itutions of all over the world. The maximum number
of students will be around 30. The course will fi
nish with a Workshop "Challenges of Mathematics fo
r Game Theory" which will be open to the course pa
rticipants and other interested researchers. Regi
stration deadline: Tuesday 15 February 2011. For m
ore information, see http://www.imus.us.es/DC/2011
_ECR/php/.
X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n "Th
e Mathematics of Games: Strategies, Cooperation a
nd Fair Division"\n is an advanced co
urse devoted to the mathematical aspects of Game\n
Theory and Social Choice, in which leadin
g specialists in the area will\n offer you
ng researchers the possibility to gain insight on
the main\n topics and enable them to under
take research projects in these specific\n
subjects. The course is addressed to beginner a
nd intermediate\n graduate students from in
stitutions of all over the world. The maximum\n
number of students will be around 30. The co
urse will finish with a\n Workshop "Ch
allenges of Mathematics for Game Theory" whi
ch will be open\n to the course participan
ts and other interested researchers.

\n\n \n
Registration deadline: Tuesday 15 Febru
ary 2011.\n For more information, see http://www.imus.us.es/DC/2011_ECR/php/.

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