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Undergraduated in Mathematics at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro ? UFRJ (1967), master degree in Mathematics at the National Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics ? IMPA (1972), PhD in Mathematics at the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro ? PUC-Rio and the National Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics ? IMPA (1981) and Privat Dozen in Mathematical Economics (1999) at the University of São Paulo ? USP. She was Professor of PUC-Rio (Department of Mathematics), of UFRJ (Economics Department) and of USP/SP. She was Visiting Researcher at Pittsburgh University (United States), Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques (France), Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona (Spain), Ecole Polytechnique (France), University of California at Berkeley (United States) and Brown University (United States). Nowadays, she is Professor of Getulio Vargas Foundation - RJ. She was elected Fellow of the J. S. Guggenheim Foundation in 1993, Fellow of the Econometric Society in 2003 and EconomicTheoryFellow in 2015 . She received the following awards:TWAS 2016 (THE WORLD ACADEMY OF SCIENCES), Lanchester Prize 1990 (Mathematical of Operation Research), Haralambos Simeonides 2001(ANPEC), Mario Henrique Simonsen 2006 (RBE/FGV), Adriano Romariz Duarte 1996 (SBE) and Medal of Scientific Merit from the Order of the Brazilian Economists, 2013.. She was Associated Editor of Econometrica and is currently Associated Editor of the International Journal of Game Theory. She is charter member of the Game Theory Society and was elected for a second time as a board member of the Econometric Society. She organized scientifically the ?First Brazilian Workshop of the Game Theory Society? at USP in 2002, with 200 participants; the ?17th International Conference on Game Theory and Economic Applications? at the State University of New York, Stony Brook, in 2006, with 250 participants; the ?Gale?s Feast: a day in honor of the 85th birthday of David Gale?; satellite of the ?18th International Conference on Game Theory and Economic Applications? in 2007; the ?Second Brazilian Workshop of the Game Theory Society?, the first São Paulo School of Advanced Science in Game Theory of FAPESP, 2010, FEA/USP/SP (this workshop honored John Nash and had the participation of the following winners of the Nobel Prizes in Economics: Aumann, Myerson, Maskin and Nash, and had the participation of 300 persons), the International Workshop of the Game Theory Society, - 2nd São Paulo School of Advanced Science in Game Theory of FAPESP, 2014, 400 participants, with the presence of the following winners of the Nobel Prizes in Economics: Aumann, Maskin, Nash and Roth. She was Guest Editor of the International Journal of Game Theory for the edition: ?A collection of papers dedicated to David Gale on the occasion of his 85th birthday?, published in 2008. She was Editor of the session of the Game Theory of the Complexity and Systems Sciences, collection of 18 volumes published by Springer in 2009. She has worked as a member of the Program Committee of the World Congress of the Econometric Society in 1990 (Barcelona) and in 2000 (Seatle); 3rd World Congress on Game Theory in 2008, in Northwestern University, 4th World Congress on Game Theory, Istambul, 2012 and in several Latin American Meetings of the Econ. Society. She wrote the book ?Two-sided Matching. A study in game-theoretic modeling and analysis?, with Roth. She received the Lanchester Prize of 1990 and in 2010 it was organized the congress "Roth and Sotomayor: Twenty years after? na Duke University, North Caroline, to celebrate de 20 years of publication of the book.She has experience in the area of Mathematical Economics, with emphasis on game theory, in the following topics: two-sided matching markets, market design, cooperative games. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The 1st São Paulo School of Advanced Sciences on Game Theory honors John Nash, on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Nash Equilibrium. The workshop offers the participants the opportunity to interact with some of the most productive researchers in Game Theory. The week-long event consists of conferences, contributed papers sessions and mini-courses, which starts at the introductory...
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GONTIJO, Marina Fontes. Uma aplicação da teoria dos jogos ao mercado do vestibular brasileiro. 2008. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Faculdade de Economia, Administração e Contabilidade. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo.