Autumn school “Computational Social Choice and Fair Division"

Printer-friendly version
Date: 
20-10-16 to 22-10-16
City: 
Saint Petersburg
Country: 
Russia
Event format: 
School
The aim of the school is to show the interplay of ideas from the classical Fair Division and from the fast developing branch of Social choice investigating its computational aspects.

The school is organized by the International Laboratory of Game Theory and Decision Making (National Research University “Higher School of Economics”) headed by Hervé Moulin and Anna Bogomolnaia.

Introductory course lecturers:
--- Herve Moulin (University of Glasgow, NRU HSE)
--- Anna Bogomolnaia (University of Glasgow, NRU HSE)

Invited speakers:
--- William Thomson (University of Rochester, USA)
--- Felix Brandt (Technical University of Munich, Germany)

The school is oriented toward graduate students and PhD students.
Participation is free but the number of participants is limited and the registration is obligatory. Please, follow the school website link to register.

The organizing committee can cover travel and accommodation costs for a limited number of participants.

Call deadline: 
31-07-16
Developed by Paolo Gittoi