Workshop "Networking Games and Management"
28-30 June 2009, Petrozavodsk, Russia

Networking games and management

  • Aims of the workshop
  • Scientific program
  • Organizers
  • Sponsors
  • Program committee
  • Local organizing committee
  • Abstracts and papers submission
  • Location
  • Accommodations
  • Social activity
  • Pre-registration
  • Registration fee
  • Important dates
  • Contact address
  • About NGM2009 on
  • Preliminary program
  • Extended abstracts
  • NGM2009 photos

  • Aims of the workshop

    The workshop will be organized just after The Third International Conference on Game Theory and Management (GTM2009).

    The aim is to discuss latest developments in the fields of networking games and management.

    Scientific program

    The Program of the Workshop will concentrate on (but not restricted to) the following topics: networking games and management, optimal routing, price of anarchy, auctions, negotiations, learning and adaptive games, etc.

    In addition to specially invited talks, the program committee will consider proposals for sessions and contributions of single talks.

    Working languages are English and Russian.


  • Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS)
  • The Institution of RAS Institute of Applied Mathematical Research (IAMR),
    Karelian Research Centre RAS, Petrozavodsk, Russia

  • Sponsors

  • Russian Foundation for Basic Research
  • Russian Academy of Sciences

  • Program committee

    chair: Vladimir Mazalov
    IAMR, Petrozavodsk, Russia

    Andrei Gurtov
    Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, Finland

    Takashi Matsuhisa
    Ibaraki National College of Technology, Japan

    Burkhard Monien
    Paderborn Universiy, Germany

    Leon Petrosjan
    Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia

    Paul Spirakis
    University of Patras, Greece

    Krzysztof Szajowski
    Institute of Mathematics, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland

    Alexandr Vasin
    Moscow State University, Russia

    David Yeung
    Hong-Kong Baptist University, Hong-Kong, Saint-Petersburg Center of Game Theory

    Nikolay Zenkevich
    Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia

    Aleksei Zhizhchenko
    Steklov Mathematical Institute RAS, Russia

    Local organizing committee

    chair: Vladimir Mazalov
    secretary: Julia Chuyko
    Anna Rettieva, Anna Falko, Igor Falko, Evgeniy Ivashko

    Abstracts and papers submission

    If you wish to present a talk, please send an extended abstract of the talk (in a LATEX or TEX file) before March 15, 2009 to e-mail:

    Acceptance of talks will be announced by March 31, 2009.

    Talks will be accepted based upon an extended abstracts or papers of at least 3 pages. Selected accepted papers will appear at a special issue of International Game Theory Review (World Science Publ.) and the serial Game Theory and Applications (Nova Science Publ.) with an additional reviewing proceess which will follow the rules of the journals.


    Petrozavodsk, the capital of the Republic of Karelia, is situated on the shores of great and beautiful Onego Lake, 400 km to the North from Saint-Petersburg. The city is the largest University and cultural centre in the North-West Russia.

    There are 3 (one hour) flights Helsinki- Petrozavodsk per week. Moreover, Petrozavodsk has excellent transport connections with Saint-Petersburg and Moscow (comfortable night trains). The climate conditions are close to those of South Finland.


    The Workshop will be held at the hotel "Kalevala", near Petrozavodsk. Please tell us if you plan to followed by accompaning person and which kind of room (singe/double) you prefer. The number of participants is restricted because the number of rooms is limited.

    Current prices for accomodation are:
    single-room one-place - 2 900 rub.
    small two-place - 3 000 rub.
    large two-place - 3 300 rub.
    two-room lux - 3 800 rub.
    six-place cottage room - 7 500 rub.
    extra bed - 1000 rub.

    Social activity

    The social activities will include a welcome party, a conference dinner and excursions.


    If you would like to participate please inform us by:

    Include the following information:

    1. Name
    2. Title of talk
    3. Position and work address
    4. Phone/fax No (work and home)
    5. E-mail address
    6. (other relevant information if needed)

    Registration fee

    The seminar fee is 200 euro. The registration covers welcome party, seminar dinner, excursion, coffee breaks and the booklet of abstracts. The fee for accompaning person, students and PhD students is 100 euro.

    The registration fee should be paid by cash in the time of registration.

    Important dates

    - Extended abstracts: March 15th, 2009
    - Notification of acceptance: March 31st, 2009

    Contact address

    Questions can be directed to e-mail: