Katrina Ligett, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Economics, Adam Wierman, Professor of Computer Science, and colleagues recently hosted the Southern California Symposium on Network Economics and Game Theory (SoCal NEGT). The Symposium brought together a hundred local students, professors, and researchers who apply game theory to analyze, design, and assess the performance of networks. The technical talks highlighted synergies between various related research areas, and encouraged discussions regarding the benefits and limitations of game theory as a performance assessment and design tool for networks. This was the sixth year for SoCal NEGT, which is organized collaboratively between Caltech, UCLA, and USC.
- May 28, 2019 12:00 PM IST Lunch Bunch Speaker: Aviad Levis Speaker: Annenberg 105
- May 28, 2019 3:00 PM KNI Distinguished Seminar Speaker: Michal Lipson Noyes 153 (J. Holmes Sturdivant Lecture Hall)
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- May 30, 2019 11:00 AM Caltech Young Investigators Lecture Gates-Thomas 135
- May 30, 2019 12:00 PM Theory of Computing Seminar Speaker: Clement Canonne Annenberg 322
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