Plenary Sessions

Room 1: Lecture Hall Ruy Luís Gomes (4th floor)

February 17
February 18
February 19
February 20
February 21
10:00 – 11:00 Onesimo Hernandez-Lerma
Claude Baesens
University of Warwick, UK
Rabah Amir
University of Iowa, USA
Penelope Hernandez
University of Valencia, Spain
Rolf Jeltsch
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
coffee break
11:30 – 12:30 Diogo Pinheiro
Brooklyn College, USA
José Fernando Oliveira
University of Porto / INESC TEC, Portugal
Carlos Braumann
University of Evora, Portugal
Tenreiro Machado
ISEP, Portugal
Sebastian van Strien
Imperial College London, UK
lunch break
14:15 – 15:15 Athanasios Yannacopoulos
AUEB, Greece
Marta Faias
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Frank Riedel
Bielefeld University, Germany
Nico Stollenwerk
University of Lisbon, Portugal
José Martins
INESC TEC, Portugal
15:30 – 16:30 Alberto Álvarez López
UNED, Spain
João Gama
University of Porto, Portugal
David Zilberman by video conference
University of California, USA
Jorge M. Pacheco
University of Minho, Portugal
Elvio Accinelli
UASLP, Mexico
coffee break
17:00 – 18:00 Alberto Pinto
University of Porto, Portugal
Robert MacKay
University of Warwick, UK
Isabel Labouriau
University of Porto, Portugal
Jérôme Renault
Université de Toulouse, France
Charles Pugh
U.C. Berkeley
Pedro Nunes Lecture

Monday 17

- Onesimo Hernandez-Lerma, CINVESTAV-IPN, Mexico: “Dynamic Potential Games”

- Diogo Pinheiro, Brooklyn College, USA: “A renormalization scheme for the focal decompositions of a family of mechanical systems”

- Athanasios Yannacopoulos, AUEB, Greece: “Optimal Control in Space and Time and the Management of Environmental Resources”

- Alberto Álvarez López, UNED, Spain: “A model of optimal allocation of a fixed production under uncertainty”

- Alberto Pinto, University of Porto, Portugal: “Price competition in the Hotelling model with uncertainty on costs”

Tuesday 18

- Claude Baesens, University of Warwick, UK: “Chaotic breathing”

- José Fernando Oliveira, University of Porto / INESC TEC, Portugal: “2D Rectangular Cutting and Packing Problems - an overview”

- Marta Faias, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal: “Stability in price competition and incomplete information”

- João Gama, University of Porto, Portugal: “Evolving Data, Evolving Models”

- Robert MacKay, University of Warwick, UK: “Dynamic pricing of electricity”

Wednesday 19

- Rabah Amir, University of Iowa, USA: “Network Effects, Market Structure and Industry Performance”

- Carlos Braumann, University of Evora, Portugal: “Stochastic differential equation models for growth and harvesting in randomly varying environments”

- Frank Riedel, Bielefeld University, Germany: “Ellsberg Games - Games Theory under Knightian Uncertainty”

- David Zilberman, University of California, USA

- Isabel Labouriau, University of Porto, Portugal: “Dynamics Near Heteroclinic Networks”

Thursday 20

- Penelope Hernandez, University of Valencia, Spain: “Leadership and peer effects in an heterogenous organization”

- Tenreiro Machado, ISEP, Portugal: “Fractional Dynamical Systems”

- Nico Stollenwerk, University of Lisbon, Portugal: “Chaos and noise in population dynamics, modelling and data analysis in complex systems”

- Jorge M. Pacheco, University of Minho, Portugal: “Climate Change Governance, Cooperation and Self-organization”

- Jérôme Renault, Université de Toulouse, France: “Dynamic Sender-Receiver Games”

Friday 21

- Rolf Jeltsch, ETH Zurizh, Switzerland: “Simulation of complex time dependent processes”

- Sebastian van Strien, Imperial College London, UK: “Some interesting dynamics associated to games: properties of fictitious play”

- José Martins, INESC TEC, Portugal: “Vaccination strategies in the SIRI model”

- Elvio Accinelli, UASLP, Mexico: “Evolution, Crisis and General Equilibrium”

- Charles Pugh, U.C. Berkeley: “A Geometric Approach to the Landau-Ramanujan Function of some Diophantine Equations”