CFP: 9th Annual Workshop on Decisions, Games and Logic

Submission deadline: March 1, 2016

Conference date(s):
July 8, 2016 - July 10, 2016

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Conference Venue:

Department of Philosophy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor, United States

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The Ninth Workshop in Decisions, Games and Logic (DGL) will be hosted by the Department of Philosophy at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor on July 8-10, 2016. The DGL workshop series started in 2007 and aims to bring together graduate students, post-docs and senior researchers from economics,logic and philosophy working on formal approaches to rational individual and group decision making. This is the first DGL to be held in North America.

Call for Abstracts: We invite submissions from graduate students, post-docs and other early career researchers in decision theory, game theory, logic, and formal philosophy more generally, including philosophy of science and epistemology.  All submissions will be blind reviewed. Co-authored papers and interdisciplinary work are highly encouraged.

Full Presentation: Please submit an abstract (approximately 750 words, no more than 1000 words) prepared for anonymous review and suitable for a 20 minute presentation followed by a 10 minute Q&A.

Poster Presentation: Please submit a 750 word abstract prepared for anonymous review and suitable for a 5-10 minute presentation followed by informal discussion.

You may submit an abstract for either or both formats, but each main author will only be selected once.

Submissions must be made via our EasyChair page:

Invited Speakers

Mike Caie (Pittsburgh)

Kenny Easwaran (Texas A&M)

Joe Halpern (Cornell)

Katie Steele (LSE)

Kevin Zollman (CMU)

Featured Tutorials

Gordon Belot (Michigan)

Brian Weatherson (Michigan)

Important Dates

Deadline 1 March 2016

Notification 1 April 2016

Conference 8-10 July 2016

More info can be found on our website: Contact Sara Aronowitz ([email protected]) or Boris Babic ([email protected]) with any questions.

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