Second International Summer School on

Cognitive Wireless Communications: Highlight on Game Theory


COST Action IC0902 2012 Summer School

July 10–13, 2012 –  Paris, France



Game Theory, which has been applied at the beginning in economics and related domains, is gaining much interest today as a powerful tool to analyze and design communication networks. More specifically, it is particularly suited to the context of cognitive radio, where complex cognitive radio terminals could generate an overall chaotic behavior of the whole network without the appropriate analysis that can be brought by Game Theory.

The objectives of this 4-days Summer School is to give to the participants a solid knowledge of the theoretic foundations of game theory, it will also give a deep insight to applications with specific case studies in the context of wireless networks and cognitive radio.

Thus the summer school is expected to be particularly appealing to:

  •  Graduate and PhD students who want to learn game theory or want to get a different perspective to their research problems from what they have already learned;
  •  Engineering faculty and post-doc researchers who wish to expand their research horizons;
  •  Engineers and researchers in the industry who want to learn on game theory applied to cognitive radio communication.

Students will have the opportunity to present their own latest research achievements by participating in a student poster session specifically organized to this purpose.

More information can be found on the Summer school website, at 


Organized by SUPELEC.


Prof. Jocelyn Fiorina

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