• Speaker :Richard Weber
  • Position :Churchill Professor of Mathematics for Operational Research
  • Subject :Rendezvous Search Games
  • Location :Angevin Room, Queens' College
  • Date/Time :18/02/2015 ; 6:45pm


Professor Weber, in his pioneering work into rendezvous problems, recently solved the 'Mozart Cafe Problem' for the n=3 case. This represented the very first non-trivial solution to a rendezvous search problem in history. Find out how he did it, and what deceptively difficult rendezvous search problems remain unsolved in this cutting edge presentation by a world leader in the field.

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