In real life, Nash spent most of his time at Fine Hall, in the Mathematics Department, where he had his office (Room 910 listed on his website
). He recently received the Abel Prize, which Princeton University called a "long awaited recognition
". He was still actively researching game theory as it relates to cooperative games like prisoner's dilemma.
Recently, Nash was interested in using large scale computing infrastructure for his research and gave a talk
at the Computer Science department: