About the network

The Dutch Network on Computational Game Theory (DNetCG) is a national network of researchers working on computational and algorithmic aspects of games in the widest sense. The objective of DNetCG is to establish a common platform to discuss research, exchange ideas and foster collaborations.

Currently, the network involves ten institutions at eight different sites:

  1. Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica
  2. Delft University of Technology
  3. Erasmus University Rotterdam
  4. Maastricht University
  5. Tilburg University
  6. TU Eindhoven
  7. University of Amsterdam
  8. University of Twente
  9. Utrecht University
  10. VU University Amsterdam

Interested in joining the network?

If you are interested in joining the network, please send an email to Guido Schäfer (g dot schaefer at cwi dot nl).

You may also subscribe to our mailing list in order to receive information about future events.


Below is a list of events organized by members of DNetCG:

  1. First Annual DNetCG Meeting, December 2, 2011, CWI.
    Organizers: Krzysztof Apt and Guido Schäfer
  2. Second Annual DNetCG Meeting, November 22, 2012, University of Twente.
    Organizers: Bodo Manthey, Marc Uetz, Mathijs de Weerdt and Nikhil Bansal
  3. Third Annual DNetCG Meeting, November 29, 2013, Maastricht University.
    Organizers: Andre Berger, Tobias Harks and Rudolf Müller
  4. Fourth Annual DNetCG Meeting, December 10, 2015, CWI.
    Organizers: Pieter Kleer and Guido Schäfer

Network initiators:

DNetCG was initiated in 2011 by Krzysztof Apt and Guido Schäfer.