I attended the Fourth Annual Graduate Student Probabilty Conference at Duke University, and gave a talk on a policy iteration algorithm for perfect information stochastic games due to Raghavan and Syed. Here are slides and a handout.
I was selected for financial assistance from FAPESP (the Sao Paulo Research Foundation) to attend the second Brazilian Workshop of the Game Theory Society from July 29 through August 4 of 2010. I took minicourses in Non-Cooperative Games with Shmuel Zamir, Auction Theory with Paul Milgrom, Game Theory and Democracy with Steven Brams, and Network Games with Matthew Jackson. I also presented a poster about my own work on stochastic games with additive rewards and additive transitions (ARAT games).
For the UIC Computer Science Grad Student Association Friendly Friday.