- The SING16 meeting is postponed until further notice, and in any case, the new date will be proposed by the Organizers in agreement with the SING Council, depending on the availability of facilities at the University and taking into account other conferences (e.g. AMASES).
- The deadline for abstract submission is open until further notice.
16th European Meeting on Game Theory (SING16)
The organising committee has the pleasure of inviting you to participate in the 16th European Meeting on Game Theory (SING16), in Reggio Calabria(Italy), to be defined [posponed].
Dates and deadlines
- Abstract submission starts: 30th January 2020
- Abstract submission ends: 31st March 2020
- Accepted presentations: TBD
- Registration opens: TDB
- Early registration deadline: TBD
Josep FREIXAS – UPC Barcelona, Spain
Jacek MERCIK – WSB University in Wroclaw, Poland
Bruno VISCOLANI – University of Padua, Italy
Georges ZACCOUR – HEC Montréal, Business School, Canada
We welcome contributions from all areas of game theory, including, but not limited to: Cooperative games and their applications, Mechanism design, Networks, Dynamic games, Evolutionary games, Stochastic games, Voting and power indices, Auctions, Bargaining, Learning and experimentation in games, Computational game theory, Game theory applications in fields such as: management, energy, health policy, industrial organization, and others.Submit Abstract >>>
The conference is organized by the Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria – Department of Law, Economics & Human Sciences.
The Department of Law, Economics and Human Sciences has been awarded, for excellent results in research quality, scientific, organizational and educational planning, by the Ministry of University and Research as Department of Excellence, according to the evaluation parameters of the ANVUR (National Evaluation Agency of the University). The Department according to its mission is characterized by being a scientific community for legality and development. The scientific mixture with Law, Economics and Human Sciences is the peculiarity of the Department, which brings together interdisciplinary paths not only in Teaching, but also in Research and in a specific international PhD School in Law and Economics, carried out jointly with Universities from other Countries. Read more: http://www.unirc.it/en/mediterranea.php