14 December 2018

ASA researchers participated in the International Conference on Optimal Control and Differential Games

International Conference "Optimal Control and Differential Games" dedicated to the 110th anniversary of L. S. Pontryagin took place in Moscow, Russia on 12-14 December, 2018 and was dedicated to optimal control, differential games, differential equations and advances in applications of control theory. The conference was organized by Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences and Lomonosov Moscow State University.

© Steklov Mathematical Institute RAS

© Steklov Mathematical Institute RAS

Sergey Aseev was vice-chairman of the Organizing Committee and gave a talk on "Optimal policies in the Dasgupta–Heal–Solow–Stiglitz model", Alexey Davydov gave a plenary talk on "Stability of controllability of dynamic inequalities” and Nikita Strelkovskii gave a talk on "Control set smoothing method for program package elements calculation".


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Sergey Aseev

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Exploratory Modeling Of Human-Natural Systems Research Group

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Alexey Davydov

Guest Research Scholar

Exploratory Modeling Of Human-Natural Systems Research Group

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Nikita Strelkovskii

Research Scholar

Exploratory Modeling Of Human-Natural Systems Research Group|Cooperation and Transformative Governance Research Group

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PUBLICATIONS

Orlov, S. & Strelkovskii, N. (2018). Control set smoothing method for program package elements calculation. In: International Conference "Optimal Control and Differential Games" dedicated to the 110th anniversary of L. S. Pontryagin, 12–14 December, 2018, Moscow, Russia.

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"Optimal Control and Differential Games" dedicated to the 110th anniversary of L. S. Pontryagin

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