Michael Wellman
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My comments at the Michigan/OFR Financial Stability Conference

@UMengineering Michael Wellman: "Are trading algorithms a threat? Maybe." #FinReg https://t.co/Z22I7fzChU pic.twitter.com/CHyxrhzJzw — Michigan CFLP (@UMFinReg) October 22, 2015
Bryce Wiedenbeck
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Bryce Wiedenbeck defends dissertation

Bryce Wiedenbeck successfully defended his thesis on Monday 1 June.  The dissertation is titled Approximate Analysis of Large Simulation-Based Games and includes several new techniques that enable simulation-based game modeling methods to…
Bryce Wiedenbeck
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Bartley Tablante defends dissertation

Bartley Tablante successfully defended his PhD dissertation in the Dept of Economics yesterday.  The dissertation, titled "Learning and Beliefs in Non-Centralized Markets", comprises three papers: two focused on conditions for learning through…
Bryce Wiedenbeck
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Best Student Paper Award at AAMAS: Elaine Wah

The "Pragnesh Jay Modi Best Student Paper Award" at AAMAS-15 was awarded to Elaine Wah, for: Welfare Effects of Market Making in Continuous Double Auctions  
Bryce Wiedenbeck
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Elaine Wah Awarded Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship

Read about it here. This will support Elaine's final year of PhD study, and adds to her long list of accolades.  Congratulations!
Bryce Wiedenbeck
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Bryce Wiedenbeck wins CSE Grad Honors Competition

first place! This is the annual competition featuring research presentations by advanced CSE PhD students. details here
Bryce Wiedenbeck
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CFP: JAAMAS special issue on ABM

Autonomous Agents for Agent-Based Modeling A special issue of the Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems
Bryce Wiedenbeck
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Ben Cassell defends dissertation

Ben-Alexander Cassell successfully defended his thesis today.  Ben's dissertation, entitled Scaling Empirical Game-Theoretic Analysis, reports several practical advances in EGTA technology, methodology, and application. Congratulations, B…
Bryce Wiedenbeck
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Bartley Tablante defends thesis proposal

Congratulations, Bartley. It's been a while since I've been on an Econ thesis committee.  A very interesting discussion, with Bartley and my fellow committee members Tilman Borgers, David Miller, and Stephan Lauermann.