Workshop on Current Trends in Graph and Stochastic Games

            Workshop on Current Trends in Graph and Stochastic Games
                     7-8 April 2022, in Maastricht, NL.

The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers working on graph and
stochastic games, various forms of which are studied in computer science,
economics and mathematics. Despite clear differences in the emphasis, these
fields share a number of research goals and use similar proof techniques and
there is a scope for an interdisciplinary collaboration. The workshop will
serve as a forum to facilitate such collaboration.
Topics of interest include

– theoretical advances in MDPs
– turn-based and concurrent graph games
– repeated and stochastic games
– (computational) complexity of good strategies and of equilibria

– Bruyère, Véronique    – Université de Mons (UMONS), Belgium
– Gimbert, Hugo CNRS    – LaBRI, Bordeaux, France
– Ibsen-Jensen, Rasmus  – University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
– Kučera, Antoní        – Masaryk University, Czech Republic
– Kiefer, Stefan        – University of Oxford, United Kingdom
– Mayr, Richard         – University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
– Peretz, Ron           – Bar-Ilan University, Israel
– Raskin, Jean-François – Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium
– Shimohammadi, Mahsa   – CNRS & IRIF, France
– Thuijsman, Frank      – Maastricht University, The Netherlands
– Venel, Xavier         – LUISS Guido Carli University, Italy
– Vermeulen, Dries      – Maastricht University, The Netherlands
– Ziliotto, Bruno       – CNRS & CEREMADE, Paris Dauphine, France
– Zseleva, Anna         – Maastricht University, The Netherlands

To register please fill out the form at
and we’ll be in touch with updates and details. There are a limited number of
places available, so please register as early as possible to ensure that you
can participate.

Post-Docs and PhD students will have an opportunity to present a poster on
their research during the workshop, but will be welcome to attend as spectators as well.

We can provide financial support for the participation of young researchers.
Please send your application consisting of CV, the name of a promoter, and
budget plan to the organisers.

János Flesch, School of Business and Economics, Maastricht University, The Netherlands

Arkadi Predtetchinski, School of Business and Economics, Maastricht University, The Netherlands

Patrick Totzke, University of Liverpool, UK