Game Theory and Rationality

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1. News

Update November 13

Slides from the guest lecture by Vilhelm Verendel are now available in the Dropbox.

Update November 8

Two papers on some evolutionary game-theoretic models are now available in the DropBox. And the Mathematica code for the model discussed today is available for download.

Update November 6

Assignment 2 and the midterm exam instructions are posted.

Update October 30

Kristian's Mathematica implementation of the Schelling segregation model is available for download.

Update October 29

Welcome to the course 2017! We will start with an introductory lecture on Monday, Oct. 30, in FL51.

The schedule with lecture rooms is available in TimeEdit.

2. General course information

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3. Assignments, seminars, projects, etc

Kristian Lindgren

Kristian Lindgren is professor in complex systems. He has a background in engineering physics, but since his graduate studies in the 1980's he has been working with complex systems in a variety of different disciplines. Some main areas are (i) information theory for complex and self-organizing systems, (ii) game theory for evolutionary systems, and (iii) agent-based modeling of economic systems. Since the mid 1990's Lindgren has also been working in the area of energy systems with development of models of regional and global energy systems in a climate change perspective.

Lindgren is Director of the Graduate school (PhD) for Complex Systems at Chalmers, and he is teacher and examiner in the International Masters Programme in Complex Adaptive Systems.

 

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