The 6th Midwest Workshop on Control and Game Theory will take place April 22 and 23 at the Chrysler Center.

The workshop will bring together researchers, students and faculty from the midwest region of the United States, who develop and apply game and control theory to analyze, design and assess complex systems. The workshop is a one-and-a-half-day event, which starts on April 22 and adjourns late afternoon on April 23. It comprises invited and contributed presentations.

Invited speakers include:

  • Demos Teneketzis (ECE, UMichigan)
  • Tilman Börgers (Econ, UMichigan)
  • Marzena Rostek (Econ, UWisc)
  • Tamer Basar (ECE, UIUC)
  • Dusan Stipanovic (IE, UIUC)
  • Shuchi Chawla (CS, UWisc)
  • Ermin Wei (EECS, Northwestern)
  • David Rahman (Econ, UMinn)
  • Shreyas Sundaram (ECE, Purdue)
  • Anouck Girard (AERO, UMichigan)
  • Ness Shro (ECE, OSU)
  • Sourabh Bhattacharya (ME, ISU)
  • Vijay Gupta (ECE, ND)
  • Laurent Lessard (ECE, UWisc)
  • Vaibhav Srivastava (ECE, MSU)
  • Randal Berry (ECE, Northwestern)
  • Andy Lamperski (ECE, UMinn)
  • Subhonmesh Bose (ECE, UIUC)

Sponsors include:

  • Rackham Graduate School
  • Department of Economics
  • Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Michigan Engineering
  • Office of Research
  • Complex Systems
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • National Science Foundation
  • Ford
  • Advance