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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: Game Theory, Operations Research and their Applications, 3-7 Jan 2012, INDIA

Chennai (India)

Announcement and Call for Papers:

We are organizing the International Conference on Game Theory, Operations Research and their 
Applications (GTORA 2012) to be held during January 5-7, 2012, preceded by a Workshop on Game 
Theory, during January 3-4, 2012, at the Indian Statistical Institute, Chennai Centre, India.

Our conference website is:

Our brochure and poster are downloadable from the website.

Call for Papers:

Authors are invited to submit unpublished work on topics including but no t limited to:
- Algorithmic Game Theory
- Non-cooperative Games
- Cooperative Games
- Stochastic Games
- Evolutionary Games
- Solution Concepts in Game Theory
- Congestion, Routing and Network Design
- Game Theory and Logic
- Mathematical Programming
- Markov Decision Processes
- Numerical Methods in Game Theory
- Applications of Game Theory and OR in areas including
       o  Supply Chain Management
       o  Neuroscience and
       o  Networks (Communication and Social Networks)

Submission of extended abstracts is via EasyChair:

Selected papers will be considered for publication in a special issue of the journal ?International 
Game Theory Review? (IGTR).

The list of invited speakers, Program Committee and further details can b e found on our website:

Email: gtora2012[AT]gmail[DOT]com