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Universidad Complutense de Madrid   Universidad Carlos III de Madrid   Universidad Rey Juan Carlos   Universidad Pontificia de Comillas de Madrid   Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de Ciencias Matemáticas
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
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III Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting On Game Theory
VII Spanish Meeting On Game Theory

The 3rd Spain, Italy, Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory, which will also be the 7th Spanish Meeting on Game Theory, is going to be held at Facultad de Ciencias Matemáticas (Universidad Complutense) in Madrid, Spain, from the 4th to 6th July 2007, organised by Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Universidad Autónoma and Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid.

SING3 is the third in the series of successful Spain-Italy-Netherlands Meetings on Game Theory and the first one to be held in Spain. SING, the first in this series took place in 2005 at Maastricht University (Netherlands), and the second one, SING2, took place in 2006 at Foggia University (Italy).

The VII Spanish Meeting on Game Theory continues the series of the successful Spanish conferences which began in 1994 with the aim to be a meeting point for the Spanish Game Theory community. In history you can find more information about the series of Spanish Meetings, as well as the meeting activities of Italy and The Netherlands.

The conference programme will consist of some invited lectures and contributed papers. Contributions from all over the world are invited and solicited. The meeting is set out to attract specialists with different backgrounds and interests covering all aspects of Game Theory, its applications and its practice. The language of the meeting will be English.

Our conference is underwritten by Major Contributors and Corporate Affiliates. We're grateful to all of our sponsors for their generous support:

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