The French Combinatorial Game Workshop will be held October 23-25th 2017 in Lyon. The talks will take place in room C3 , on the ground floor of building Nautibus.
This workshop is organized by a consortium from the ANR GAG project. The following topics fall into the scope of the workshop:
- Combinatorial Game Theory
- Graph game parameters
- Algorithmic complexity of games
- Links between games and other fields (including but not limited to: logic, language theory, number theory, artificial intelligence)
The workshop will be composed of tutorials on cutting-edge concepts in combinatorial game theory, short talks and working sessions.
The tutorials will be the following:
- Complexity of Combinatorial Games, by Kyle Burke
- Misère games, by Rebecca Milley
- Scoring games, by Richard Nowakowski
(Games and Graphs) is a research project funded by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche that began in January 2015. It is centered on the interactions between combinatorial games and graphs.
It gathers researchers from Lyon, Grenoble, Bordeaux, Clermont-Ferrand and Toulouse.
You can contact us at gagw[at]liris.cnrs.fr.