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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

GRADUATE STUDENT CONTEST: Best PhD Thesis Project of the Year in Computational Game Theory

http://gametheory.rist.ro/phdcontest


Graduate Student Contest - call for applications- first announcement 
Best PhD Thesis Project of the Year in Computational Game Theory

http://gametheory.rist.ro/phdcontest

Sponsor: John Templeton Foundation

Deadline for submitting PhD Theses summaries:
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October 15, 2011, at gametheory@rist.ro.
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Applicants: Intended applicants are PhD students in the field of 
Computational Game Theory. PhD students in the final stage of their 
Thesis or who have recently defended their thesis are eligible.
Hopefully, this contest will spot the most insightful and original 
recent work in Computational Game Theory. Healthy competition between 
PhD students and the emergence of new, bold, ideas is encouraged. 

Monetary amount: 1st prize - 1000 EUR,
                 2nd prize - 700 EUR,
                 3rd prize - 500 EUR.

http://gametheory.rist.ro/phdcontest/