Aims and scope:

The 3rd International Conference Dynamics Games and Science 2014 - DGS III 2014, on the occasion of the 50th birthday of Alberto A. Pinto, aims to bring together world top researchers and practitioners from the fields of Artificial Intelligence, Data Analysis, Dynamical Systems, Game Theory, Mathematical Finance, Optimization and Stochastic Optimal Control, and its applications to such areas as Biology, Economics, Engineering, Energy, Natural Resources and Social Sciences.

DGSIII represents an opportunity for MSc and PhD students and researchers to meet other specialists in their fields of knowledge and to discuss and develop new frameworks and ideas to further improve knowledge and science.

As in previous editions of DGS conferences, this conference will feature plenary lectures by prominent keynote speakers in the main room, as well as thematic sessions running in parallel that will address issues related to the main theme of the conference.

Participants are welcome to submit survey/expository papers of their presentations to a forthcoming volume to be published by Springer: Modeling, Dynamics, Optimization and Bioeconomics II, edited by Alberto Pinto and David Zilberman. This volume will be based on peer review selected works, presented in this conference and in the Berkeley Bioeconomy Conference 2014.