Friday, April 17, 2015

[DMANET] SAGT 2015 - Call for Papers


SAGT 2015

Saarbruecken, Germany, Sep. 28 - Sep. 30, 2015



- Submission: May 1, 2015.
- Notification: July 1, 2015.


The 8th International Symposium on Algorithmic Game Theory (SAGT) will
take place at Max-Planck-Institute for Informatics in Saarbruecken,
Germany, September 28-30. The purpose of SAGT is to bring together
researchers from Computer Science, Economics, Physics, Biology and
Mathematics to present and discuss original research at the intersection
of Computation and Game Theory.

The program of SAGT will include both invited lectures and presentations
for refereed submissions. Confirmed invited speakers are

- Elias Koutsoupias, U. Oxford
- Herve Moulin, U. Glasgow
- Tim Roughgarden, Stanford


Authors are invited to submit contributions for possible presentation at
the conference. Foundational work is solicited on topics including but
not limited to:

- Solution Concepts in Game Theory
- Efficiency of Equilibria and Price of Anarchy
- Complexity Classes in Game Theory
- Computational Aspects of Equilibria
- Computational Aspects of Fixed-Point Theorems
- Algorithmic Mechanism Design
- Computing with Incentives
- Computational Social Choice
- Decision Theory, and Pricing
- Auction Algorithms and Analysis
- Repeated Games
- Evolution and Learning in Games
- Convergence of Dynamics
- Coalitions, Coordination and Collective Action
- Reputation, Recommendation and Trust Systems
- Network Games and Graph-Theoretic Aspects of Social Networks
- Cost-Sharing Algorithms and Analysis
- Economic Aspects of Distributed Computing
- Internet Economics and Computational Advertising

Industrial application works and position papers presenting novel ideas,
issues, challenges and directions are also welcome.

It is expected that every accepted contribution is presented by one of
the authors at the symposium.

Regular submissions must be prepared in LNCS-style and limited to at
most 12 pages. Additional material can be added in a clearly marked
appendix. Accepted papers are presented in at most 12 pages in the
proceedings. Alternatively, authors of accepted papers can publish only
a one page abstract in the proceedings, along with a URL pointing to the
full paper.

For more detailed submission guidelines and instructions see the
conference webpage:

Submission is done via Easychair:

Proceedings will be published in Springer's ARCoSS-LNCS series.
Moreover, a subset of selected papers will be invited to a special issue
in Theory of Computing Systems.

- Elliot Anshelevich, RPI
- Felix Brandt, TU Munich
- Edith Elkind, U. Oxford
- Angelo Fanelli, CNRS/U. Caen
- Felix Fischer, U. Cambridge
- Dimitris Fotakis, NTU Athens
- Nick Gravin, MSR New England
- Monika Henzinger, U. Vienna
- Martin Hoefer, MPI (chair)
- Max Klimm, TU Berlin
- Jochen Könemann, U. Waterloo
- Piotr Krysta, U. Liverpool
- Yishay Mansour, Tel Aviv U.
- Vahab Mirrokni, Google
- Peter Bro Miltersen, U. Aarhus
- Herve Moulin, U. Glasgow
- Rahul Savani, U. Liverpool
- Guido Schäfer, CWI
- Alexander Skopalik, Paderborn U.
- Vijay Vazirani, Georgia Tech

- Elias Koutsoupias, U. Oxford
- Marios Mavronicolas, U. Cyprus
- Dov Monderer, Technion
- Burkhard Monien, Paderborn U.
- Christos Papadimitriou, UC Berkeley
- Giuseppe Persiano, U. Salerno
- Paul Spirakis, U. Liverpool (chair)

- Christina Fries, MPI Informatik
- Martin Hoefer, MPI Informatik
- Bojana Kodric, MPI Informatik
- Paresh Nakhe, MPI Informatik
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