Agenda Day 1 – October 16, 2017

Location:  Photonics Center, 8 Saint Mary’s Street, Room 906

8:45AM 9:15AM Breakfast
Begin End Talk Title Speakers
9:15AM 9:30AM

Welcome

Session 1: Game Theory and Distributed Optimization

Chair & Organizer: Jeff Shamma

9:30AM 10:00AM

Learning Nash Equilibria in Convex Games

Maryam Kamgarpour, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

10:00AM 10:30AM Common Knowledge and Games of Asymmetric Information Ashutosh Nayyar, University of Southern California
10:30AM 11:00AM

On Strategic Information Transmission and Deception Games

Cedric Langbort, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

11:00AM 11:30AM Behavioral Game Theory for Cyber-Physical Systems Optimization

Walid Saad, Virgina Tech

11:30AM 1:00PM

LUNCH and Poster Session

Session 2: Power Networks

Chair & Organizer: Steven Low

1:00PM 1:30PM

Approximations of Variational Problems in Power Systems Operations

Anna Scaglione, Arizona State University

1:30PM 2:00PM On the Dynamics of Solar Adoption: Equilibrium, Stability, and Limiting Capacity Lang Tong, Cornell University
2:00PM 2:30PM Dynamic Compressor Optimization in Natural Gas Pipeline Systems Pascal van Hentenryck, University of Michigan
2:30PM 3:00PM Some Optimization Problems in Smart Grids

Steven Low, California Institute of Technology

3:00PM 3:20PM BREAK and Poster Session

Session 3: Multi-Agent and Robotic Networks

Chair & Organizer: Sonia Martinez

3:20PM 3:50PM Distributed Cooperative Decision-Making in Multi-Armed Bandits Naomi Leonard, Princeton University
3:50PM 4:20PM Resilient Distributed Formal Synthesis Calin Belta, Boston University
4:20PM 4:50PM Decision-Theoretic Approaches for Decentralized Asynchronous Multiagent Coordination in Non-Stationary Environments Jonathan How, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
4:50PM 5:20PM Decentralized Cooperative Localization Algorithms for a Team of Communicating Mobile Robots Solmaz Kia, University of California at Irvine
5:20PM 6:20PM Reception: Photonics 9th floor
6:20PM 8:00PM Dinner