DKE research theme

Dynamic Game Theory (DGT)

According to the mathematical discipline of game theory, a game is any interaction between multiple parties – the ‘players’ – where one’s outcome may depend on actions of others. As such, game theory is a powerful tool to study complex real-world interactions.

We apply our research to various domains, e.g. sustainable energy production and storage, game theory of cancer, and pest management. We improve predictive capabilities of our models via validation with relevant data.

Highlighted publications

  • Zhang, J., Cunningham, J.J., Brown, J.S., and Gatenby R.A., Integrating Evolutionary Dynamics into treatment of metastatic castrate-resistant prostate cancer, Nature Communications, 8(1), 2017.

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