Graduate School in Systems Analysis, Decision Making, and Risk Management

Pursuit-Evasion Games: History, Theory, Numeric Solution and Real Life Examples
(Active participation + some assignments 1 credit unit, active participation + more assignments 2 credit units)

Time and place: The course takes place from Tue March 28th to Fri March 31st at the Helsinki University of Technology, Room U262. The daily program includes 2 hours of lectures plus a demo session on Thursday March 30th.
Teacher: Lectures are given by Professor Dr. Michael Breitner, TU Clausthal, Germany (Room U209 while in the lab),
Course material: The course material will be delivered during the course.
Participants: Master's and doctoral students of the HUT, other universities and graduate schools.
The course is also open to everybody interested in the subject. No previous knowledge on optimal control or differential games is required, but is of course an asset.
Program: The course is held in room U262. Helsinki University of Technology main building, entrance Otakaari 1 M. Times are as follows:
Tue 28th: 4 p.m. - 6.p.m.
Wed 29th: 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Thu 30th: 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. + a computer demo 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Fri 31th: 2 p.m. -4 p.m.
For the contents, see Course description.
Further information: Assistant professor Tuomas Raivio
Course assistant: Tuomas Raivio. Participants should register to tuomas.raivio@hut.fi as early as possible.