1. The main Topics (not exclusive)
Non cooperative games and their applications, Cooperative games and their applications, Fuzzy game theory, Mechanism design, Networks, Dynamic games, Evolutionary games, Stochastic games, Voting and power indices, Auctions, Bargaining, Learning and experimentation in games, Computational game theory, Applications of game theory in management science, energy economics, health economics, industrial organization, etc.
2. Abstract submission
Each participant can present at most one paper. Whoever is wishing to present at the conference is required to submit an abstract through our website.
Submitted abstracts and presentations must be in English. Abstracts are expected to contain approximately 100-300 words, with a maximum size of 2000 characters (including spaces). The abstract-submission deadline is November 10, 2018. Notifications of acceptance/rejection will be sent on November 20, 2018.
The abstract volume will be available to registered participants at the beginning of the conference. Participants will have an opportunity to submit their papers to be published in the CCIS series (Springer) and other SCI-indexed journals. The accepted paper (full text) might be recommended to be published in Journal of Systems Science and Complexity(SCI indexed), Communications in Computer and Information Science (Springer, EI indexed), Journal of Fuzzy System Applications.