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Invited Talks

Prof. Eitan Altman

Bio:

Research director at Inria, France.  His main areas of research include the performance evaluation and control of telecommunication networks, optimal control, and stochastic games. 
He is the recipient of numerous awards and distinctions, in particular he received the Distinguished Technical Achievement Recognition Award awarded by IEEE TC on Big Data conference (TCBD), for « his outstanding technical leadership and achievement in stochastic modeling and big data analysis » in 2017, the 2014  Isaacs Award granted by the society of dynamic games for in recognition for his research on dynamic game theory and the Grand prix of France Telecom, granted by the French Academy of Science in 2012.


Giacomo Como

Bio:

He is an international expert in dynamical systems in networks and game theory. He holds two positions: associated professor in Politecnico di Torini and in the department of Automatic control in Lund University and has held visiting positions in MIT (Boston)  and CNR (Italy).

 

 

 

 


Stephane Durand

Bio:

Research director at Inria, France.  His main areas of research include the performance evaluation and control of telecommunication networks, optimal control, and stochastic games. 
He is the recipient of numerous awards and distinctions, in particular he received the Distinguished Technical Achievement Recognition Award awarded by IEEE TC on Big Data conference (TCBD), for « his outstanding technical leadership and achievement in stochastic modeling and big data analysis » in 2017, the 2014  Isaacs Award granted by the society of dynamic games for in recognition for his research on dynamic game theory and the Grand prix of France Telecom, granted by the French Academy of Science in 2012.

Bruno Gaujal

Bio:

Bruno Gaujal is an Inria researcher.  Till Dec. 2015,  he has been  the head of the large-scale computing group, MESCAL, of Inria. He has held several positions in AT&T Bell Labs, INRIA,  Loria and École Normale Supérieure of Lyon.  He is the author of more than 100 scientific publications in journals and international conferences. He is a founding partner and a scientific advisor of a start-up company, RTaW, since 2007.  His main interests are in performance evaluation, optimization and control of large discrete event dynamic systems with applications to telecommunication networks and large computing infrastructures.

Marco Scarsini

Bio:

Marco Scarsini is a full professor in the dept. of economics and finance of LUISS University (Rome). He is held several professor positions in the mathematical department of University of Parma, La Sapienza  in Roma, and the university of Torino. His main research interests are applied probability, Game Theory, and the Mathematics of gambling.

Marc Schroder

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