Guido Schäfer: Teaching Activities

Past (since 2009)

fall 2016 Course: Algorithmic Game Theory (in English)
master course (6 ects), Department of Econometrics and Operations Research, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
fall 2016 Course: Discrete Mathematics (in English)
bachelor course (6 ects), Amsterdam University College, together with D. Dadush and M. Laurent.
spring 2016 Course: Algorithmic Game Theory (in English)
PhD course, part of the PhD program of the Dutch Network on the Mathematics of Operations Research (LNMB), Utrecht University
fall 2015 Course: Discrete Optimization (in English)
master course (6 ects), part of the Dutch Master’s degree programme in Mathematics (Mastermath), Utrecht University
fall 2015 Course: Discrete Mathematics (in English)
bachelor course (6 ects), Amsterdam University College, together with M. Laurent and R. de Wolf.
spring 2014 Course: Algorithmic Game Theory (in English)
PhD course, part of the PhD program of the Dutch Network on the Mathematics of Operations Research (LNMB), Utrecht University
fall 2013 Course: Discrete Optimization (in English)
master course (6 ects), part of the Dutch Master’s degree programme in Mathematics (Mastermath), Utrecht University
fall 2011 Course: Discrete Optimization (in English)
master course (6 ects), part of the Dutch Master’s degree programme in Mathematics (Mastermath), Utrecht University
fall 2011 Course: Advanced Algorithms (in English)
master course (6 ects), Department of Econometrics and Operations Research, VU University Amsterdam
spring 2011 Course: Online Social Networks and Network Economics (in English)
master course (6 ects), Sapienza Universiry of Rome
spring 2011 Course: Combinatorial Optimization (in English)
bachelor course (6 ects), Department of Econometrics and Operations Research, VU University Amsterdam
summer 2010 ADFOCS 2010: Approximation Algorithms and Algorithmic Game Theory (in English)
postgraduate course, 11th Max Planck Advanced Course on the Foundations of Computer Science (ADFOCS), MPI for Informatics, Saarbrücken, Germany
spring 2010 Course: Algorithmic Game Theory (in English)
master course (3 ects), Department of Econometrics and Operations Research, VU University Amsterdam
2009-2011 Academic Kolleg: Algorithmic Game Theory (in German)
four one-week courses on algorithmic game theory in Düsseldorf (Sep. 2009), Berlin (Mar. 2010), Apolda (Oct. 2010) and Köln (Mar. 2011), organized by the German National Academic Foundation (Deutsche Studienstiftung)