International Workshop

Viability Boundaries


About the Workshop

This three days international and interdisciplinary workshop is devoted to decision making, in particular in presence of multiple actors with or without interaction. These issues occur in a natural way in management of populations, where the dynamics are strongly related to the decisions. The workshop aims at bringing together Mathematicians, Computer Scientists and Ecologists around problems of populations management. Population dynamics, viability theory and game theory form an umbrella of useful mathematical tools in this context. On the other hand, a computer science approach provides online and algorithmic mechanism design. The workshop is motivated by concrete problems proposed by ecologists and its objective is to create a synergy between scientists from different backgrounds to address the challenging modelling of decision making in the context of ecological paradigms.

Scientific Committee

  • Isabelle ALVAREZ (LIP6, UPMC)
  • Jean-Michel BESNIER (Rationalités Contemporaines, Paris-IV)
  • Anne-Caroline PRÉVOT (CESCO, MNHN)
  • Sylvain SORIN (IMJ-PRG, UPMC)

Local Organizing Committee

Hélène FRANKOWSKA, Ihab HAIDAR, Marco MAZZOLA and Jean-Baptiste MIHOUB


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