The Gambit Project
List of projects accepted into The Gambit Project
Gambit is the premier software project for quantitative analysis in game theory. The project has a 20-year history of providing open-source tools for students, researchers, and practitioners who use game theory in economics, computer science, political science, and other fields.
The director of the project is Dr Theodore Turocy, Senior Lecturer (US Associate Professor) in Economics at the University of East Anglia, who joined the project under founder Prof Richard McKelvey in 1993, and took over primary responsibility for development and maintenance in 2000. Prof Bernhard von Stengel at the London School of Economics, an internationally recognized leader in computation in games, has been a contributor since the late 1990s. Dr Rahul Savani was a PhD student of Prof von Stengel, and is now Lecturer (US Assistant Professor) in the Economics and Computation group at the University of Liverpool.
If you are interested in contributing to the Gambit project, please email us at email@example.com with the information requested, as far as you you can provide it, in our application template (http://www.gambit-project.org/gsocapply.html).
We will need this information at any rate when you apply formally to GSoC. Once we have this information we can discuss and help you with your application to GSoC.
GSoC 2011 aftermath: For the output of our 2011 mentees, please visit http://code.google.com/p/google-summer-of-code-2011-gambit/.