Monday, April 18, 2016

[DMANET] 2nd Workshop on Algorithmic Game Theory at IJCAI -- Final call for papers

AGT@IJCAI 2016 Call for Papers

2nd Workshop on Algorithmic Game Theory at IJCAI
New York
July 11, 2016



April 27, 2016 - Submission of contributions to workshops;
May 25, 2016 - Workshop paper acceptance notification;
May 30, 2015 - Deadline for final camera ready copy to workshop organizers.



Over the past fifteen years, research in theoretical computer science,
artificial intelligence, and microeconomics has joined forces to
tackle problems involving incentives and computation. This research
field, commonly named Algorithmic Game Theory, is becoming
increasingly more relevant.

The main aim of this one-day long workshop is to bring together the
rich variety of scientists that IJCAI attracts in order to have a
multidisciplinary forum within which discuss and analyze current and
novel challenges that the research in Algorithmic Game Theory faces.


All paper submissions will be peer-reviewed and evaluated on the basis
of the quality of their contribution, originality, significance, and
the potential to generate fruitful discussions. Industrial
applications and position papers presenting novel ideas, issues,
challenges and directions are also welcome. Submissions are invited
in, but not limited to, the following topics:

- Algorithmic mechanism design
- Auction algorithms and analysis
- Behavioral Game Theory
- Bounded rationality
- Computational advertising
- Computational aspects of equilibria
- Computational social choice
- Convergence and learning in games
- Coalitions, coordination and collective action
- Economic aspects of security and privacy
- Economic aspects of distributed and network computing
- Information and attention economics
- Network games
- Price differentiation and price dynamics
- Social networks

Submission Guidelines:

Authors are invited to submit a paper of no more than 16 pages,
including references, in LNCS style. All submissions will be
electronic via the EasyChair page for the conference at Submissions must
adhere to the specified format and length. All the technical details
that are necessary for a proper scientific evaluation of a submission
must be included in a clearly-labelled appendix, to be consulted at
the discretion of program committee members. Please note that
reviewing will not be double-blinded.

Proceedings Publication:

To widen participation and encourage discussion, there will be no
formal publication of workshop proceedings. (We will, however, post
the accepted papers online to the benefit of the participants to the
workshop.) Therefore, submissions of preliminary work and papers to be
submitted or in preparation for submission to other major venues in
the field are encouraged.


Program Committee:

Ioannis Caragiannis (University of Patras)
Edith Elkind (University of Oxford)
Diodato Ferraioli (Università di Salerno)
Vasilis Gkatzelis (Berkeley University)
Enrico Gerding (University of Southampton)
Gianluigi Greco (Università della Calabria)
Umberto Grandi (University of Toulouse)
Nicole Immorlica (Northwestern University)
Ian Kash (Microsoft Research Cambridge)
Jérôme Lang (LAMSADE)
Kate Larson (University of Waterloo)
Emiliano Lorini (IRIT)
Evangelos Markakis (Athens University of Economics and Business)
Valentin Robu (Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh)
Eva Tardos (Cornell University)
Orestis Telelis (Department of Digital Systems, University of Piraeus)
Vijay V. Vazirani (Georgia Tech University)
Angelina Vidali (Teesside University)
Toby Walsh (NICTA and UNSW)


Organizing Committee:

Georgios Chalkiadakis (Technical University of Crete)
Nicola Gatti (Politecnico di Milano)
Reshef Meir (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology)
Carmine Ventre (Teesside University)


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