[Intelligence Seminar] Joint algorithmic economics + intelligence seminar: Milind Tambe, Nov 6 @ noon, GHC 6115

Ariel Procaccia arielpro at cs.cmu.edu
Thu Oct 25 21:51:08 EDT 2012

Hi everyone,

Milind Tambe, Prof. of CS at USC, will give a talk on Tuesday Nov 6 at noon
in GHC 6115, entitled "Security and Game Theory: Key Algorithmic
Principles, Deployed Applications, Lessons Learned". Milind has been doing
fascinating work on this topic, which I view as one of the most exciting
applications of algorithmic game theory, and one of the best examples of
the usefulness of game theory in general; see also:
http://agtb.wordpress.com/2012/06/17/is-game-theory-useful/. Lunch will be
served! You can find the talk details (including abstract) on the seminar's
website: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~arielpro/algecon.html.

Milind will be available on Nov 6 for meetings. If you would like to meet
him, please send your constraints to Pat Loring (cc'd) at sawako at cs.cmu.edu.

Best regards,
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