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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: DGL 2011: Decisions, Games and Logic, Maastricht , 7-9 July

DGL11: Fifth Workshop in Decisions, Games & Logic, Maastricht University, The Netherlands

Formal approaches to rational individual and interactive decision making 
is a dynamic and interdisciplinary field of research. The workshop series 
in Decisions, Games & Logic (DGL) started in 2007 and aims at fostering 
interactions between graduate students, post-docs and senior researchers 
from economics, logic and philosophy. Each DGL features three tutorials, 
one on decision theory, one on game theory and one on logic, given by 
leading researchers. For DGL2011, these will be:

Paul Egr (Paris)
Joseph Y. Halpern (Cornell)
Andrs Perea (Maastricht)

The fifth edition of the DGL has also the pleasure to feature a 
presentations of forthcoming books in the area of decision theory, game 
theory and logic:

Boudewijn de Bruin (Groningen)
Andrs Perea (Maastricht)
Olivier Roy (Groningen)
Johan van Benthem (ILLC & Stanford)

Each DGL features presentations by researchers. We invite submissions in 
the fields of decision theory, game theory, logic and formal philosophy. 
Preference will be given to conceptual work in these fields and work that 
combines problems of these fields. For DGL2011, please submit an extended 
abstract (max. 4 pages, A4, 10pt) to All 
accepted submissions will be allowed approximately 25 minutes for 
presentation including discussion and question. Extended abstracts will be 
refereed by the Programme Committee.

Authors should send an abstract (pdf or postscript format) together with 
their name, affiliation(s) and current position(s) to by April 18, 2011. We strongly encourage 
graduate students to submit. Notification of acceptance will be given by 
May 9, 2011.

Deadline for submission: April 18, 2011
Notification of Acceptance: May 9, 2011
DGL2011 Workshop: July 7 - July 9, 2011

Programme Committee
Johan van Benthem (ILLC & Stanford)
Oliver Board (Pittsburgh)
Pierpaolo Battigalli (Bocconi)
Luc Bovens (London School of Economics)
Richard Bradley (London School of Economics)
Adam Brandenburger (NYU Stern School of Business)
Jacques Duparc (HEC Lausanne) (TBC)
Paul Egr (Paris)
Joseph Halpern (Cornell)
James Joyce (Michigan)
Eric Pacuit (Stanford)
Andrs Perea (Maastricht)

Organizing Committee
Christian W. Bach (Maastricht)
Conrad Heilmann (Rotterdam)
Andrs Perea (Maastricht)
Elias Tsakas (Maastricht)