Game Theory has found wide ranging applications in many areas. Network Science has been a popular research area and has also found a wide range of applications. Both of these research areas are highly interdisciplinary with overlapping interests of computer scientists, economists, performance modeling, and networking among others.
This workshop is aimed at exploring problems at the intersection of these two disciplines. We will seek to explore several aspects of game theoretic ideas applied to models drawn from performance analysis and network science It will feature multiple talks by experts from different communities (CS, Economics, Networking) followed up by engaging discussions. Topics covered will include, routing games, auction design, among others.