CCOR Seminar – Goran Lešaja

The Corvinus Centre for Operations Research (CCOR), the Corvinus Institute for Advanced Studies (CIAS), and the Institute of Operations and Decision Sciences invite you to the minicourse by Professor Goran Lešaja (Georgia Southern University), Kernel-Based Interior-Point Methods for Cartesian 𝒫*(κ)​– Continue Reading …

CCOR Workshop

The Corvinus Center for Operation Research (CCOR) invites you to the CCOR Workshop titled Searching for monostatic polyhedra with optimization.

Speakers:

Gábor Domokos (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
Krisztina Regős (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
Sándor Bozóki  (Institue for Computer Science and Control, Corvinus University of Budapest)
Dávid Papp (North Carolina State University, Non-resident research fellow at CIAS-CCOR)
Gergő Almádi (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)

Date: January 19. (Friday), 11:00-13:15 Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

Dec. 7 (13:30-14:30) room C.714  Philipp Külpmann (Corvinus) Title: Purified Randomness? Testing Harsanyi’s Idea in the Lab (with Wieland Müller and Alexander K. Wagner) Abstract: We investigate Harsanyi’s purification idea for mixed-strategy play in a simple (two-player normal-form) Bayesian game Continue Reading …

CCOR minicourse

Professor Goran Lesaja (Georgia Southern University) is a guest of the Corvinus Center for Operation Research (CCOR) this semester. As part of his visit, he will present a minicourse titled Kernel-based Interior-point Methods for Linear Complementarity Problems and Generalizations. Venue: Corvinus University, Building Continue Reading …

CCOR minicourse

Professor Dávid Papp (North Carolina State University) will be a guest of the Corvinus Center for Operation Research (CCOR) in November. As part of his visit, he will present a minicourse titled Sums of squares, nonnegativity certificates, and optimization over Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

Oct. 26 (13:30-14:30) room C.714  Christopher Stapenhurst (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) Title: Efficient, fair and stable agreements for marine plastic pollution  Abstract: We study the design of international agreements to abate marine plastic pollution (UNEP 2022). First, we use Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

CIAS invites you to the next talk of the Corvinus Game Theory Seminar. Oct. 19 (13:30-14:30) room C.714  Héctor Hermida Rivera (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)  Title: Stable voting rules  Abstract: In this paper, I characterise stable voting rules and self-stable Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

CIAS invites you to the next talk of the Corvinus Game Theory Seminar. Oct. 12 2023, 13:30-14:30 online:   Péter Bayer (Toulouse School of Economics)  Title: Evolutionarily stable networks  Abstract: This paper studies the Darwinian evolution of behavior governing strategic network formation. Continue Reading …