Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

CIAS invites you to the next talk of the Corvinus Game Theory Seminar. Apr. 27 (12-13) room C.714 Christopher Stapenhurst (BME QSMS)  Deterring bribery with Scotch Hold ’em Poker  We study principal-monitor-agent problems where monitors can take bribes to hide evidence. We find that the Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

CIAS invites you to the next talk of the Corvinus Game Theory Seminar. Apr. 20 (12-13)  room C.714 Xin Ye (Durham University, UK)  Computing Balanced Solutions for Large International Kidney Exchange Scheme To overcome incompatibility issues, kidney patients may swap their donors. Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

CIAS invites you to the next talk of the Corvinus Game Theory Seminar. Mar. 23 (12-13) room C.714  Helmuts Azacis (Cardiff University and CIAS)  Fighting Collusion: An Implementation Theory Approach   A competition authority has an objective, which specifies what output profile firms Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

We invite you to the next talk in the seminar. Time: March 9 (Thursday) 12:00-13:00  (Budapest time, GMT+1) Place: C.714 (the 7th floor can be accessed from any floor except the ground floor via the side elevator or the staircase)  Leanne Streekstra (BME QSMS)  On the timing Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

Mar. 2. 2023 (12:00-13:00) (online only) Richárd Kicsiny (Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences)  A recent algorithm for checking the Pareto optimality in bimatrix games  Besides the theoretical importance of bimatrix games, they have important application fields like e.g. water resource Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

CIAS invites you to the next (online) talk in the Corvinus Game Theory Seminar. Martin Černý (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic) Solution concepts of incomplete cooperative games  Abstract: In my talk, I will focus on results concerning solution concepts of incomplete cooperative games. Continue Reading …

CCOR Workshop on Nonlinear Programming

Radu Ioan Bot, professor at Faculty of Mathematics, University of Vienna will visit Corvinus Institute for Advanced Studies (CIAS). We organize a workshop entitled “CCOR Workshop on Nonlinear Programming” with three speakers, Radu Ioan Bot, Marianna E.-Nagy and Tibor Illés. The date of the Continue Reading …

Corvinus Game Theory Seminar

Bok’s talk in the CGTS will be on 3 November, at 14:00 online. Speaker: Jan Bok (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic) Title: Interval and incomplete cooperative games (co-authored with Martin Černý, David Hartman, and Milan Hladík) Abstract:  I will talk about Continue Reading …