Saturday, February 27, 2016

[DMANET] SAGT 2016 - Call for Papers


SAGT 2016

Liverpool, UK, Sep. 19-21, 2016



- Submission: May 13, 2016.
- Notification: July 1, 2016.
- Camera ready: July 15, 2016.


The 9th International Symposium on Algorithmic Game Theory (SAGT) will
take place in Liverpool, UK, September 19-21, 2016. 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 Algorithms and Game Theory.

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

- Constantinos Daskalakis, MIT
- Olivier Gossner, LSE and École Polytechnique
- Kurt Mehlhorn, MPI Informatik


Authors are invited to submit previously unpublished work for possible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
- Repeated Games and Convergence of Dynamics
- Reputation, Recommendation and Trust Systems
- Network Games and Graph-Theoretic Aspects of Social Networks
- Cost-Sharing Algorithms and Analysis
- Algorithmic Mechanism Design
- Computing with Incentives
- Computational Social Choice
- Decision Theory, and Pricing
- Auction 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 paper will be presented at the
symposium by one of the authors.

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 at

The submission is done via Easychair:

- Yakov Babichenko, Technion
- Umang Bhaskar, TIFR
- Yang Cai, McGill
- Xi Chen, Columbia U.
- Paul Duetting, ETH Zürich
- Edith Elkind, U. Oxford
- Martin Gairing, U. Liverpool (co-chair)
- Gagan Goel, Google
- Paul Goldberg, U. Oxford
- Tobias Harks, Augsburg U.
- Max Klimm, TU Berlin
- Kostas Kollias, Google
- Sebastien Lahaie, MSR New York City
- Pascal Lenzner, HPI Potsdam
- Stefano Leonardi, Sapienza U.
- Troels Bjerre Lund, ITU Copenhagen
- David Manlove, U. Glasgow
- Ruta Mehta, U. Illinois Urbana-Champaign
- Vangelis Markakis, AUEB
- Britta Peis, RWTH Aachen U.
- Ron Peretz, Bar-Ilan U.
- Georgios Piliouras, SUTD
- Maria Polukarov, U. Southampton
- Rahul Savani, U. Liverpool (co-chair)
- Marco Scarsini, LUISS Rome
- Alexander Skopalik, Paderborn U.
- Eric Sodomka, Facebook
- Orestis Telelis, U. Piraeus

- 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)

- Giorgos Christodoulou, U. Liverpool
- John Fearnley (chair), U. Liverpool
- Tobenna Peter Igwe, U. Liverpool
- Grammateia Kotsialou, U. Liverpool
- Alkmini Sgouritsa, U. Liverpool

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