Dutch Ami Day on Computational Game Theory

The Second Dutch Day on Computational Game Theory will be hosted by the Discrete Mathematics and Mathematical Programming group at the University of Twente. It is a one-day scientific meeting of the Dutch Network on Computational Game Theory. There will be two invited speakers and there is room for a few contributed talks.


Thursday, November 22, 2012


University of Twente, Drienerlolaan 5, 7522 NB Enschede

Conference Hotel Drienerburght


Free, but please register by sending an email to Bodo Manthey, indicating also whether you want to join the dinner after the workshop.


By Train via Enschede. From the station in Enschede, take bus

By Train via Hengelo. From the station in Hengelo, take bus

By Train via Enschede Drienerlo. Either walk to Hotel Drienerburght or take bus number 1 in the direction of "Universiteit" as described above.

By Car. Follow the instructions on the homepage of Hotel Drienerburght.


10:45 - 11:00

Welcome & Coffee

11:00 - 11:45

Hans Peters

(Maastricht University)

On Extensions of the Core and the Anticore of Transferable Utility Games

(Invited Talk)

11:45 - 12:10

Pascal Lenzner

(HU Berlin)

Greedy Selfish Network Creation

12:10 - 13:10


13:10 - 13:35

Gergely Csapó

(Maastricht University)

Optimal Mechanism Design for the Private Supply of a Public Good

13:35 - 14:00

Sunil Simon


Choosing Products in Social Networks

14:00 - 14:25

Bart de Keijzer


Finding Social Optima in Congestion Games with Positive Externalities

14:25 - 14:50

Coffee Break

14:50 - 15:35

Berthold Vöcking

(RWTH Aachen)

A Universally-Truthful Approximation Scheme for Multi-Unit Auctions 

(Invited Talk)

15:35 - 16:00

Tobias Harks

(Maastricht University)

Computing Network Tolls with Support Constraints

16:00 - 16:15

Short Break

16:15 - 16:40

Diederik Roijers

(University of Amsterdam)

Multi-Objective Variable Elimination for Collaborative Graphical Games

16:40 - 17:05

Bart Smeulders

(KU Leuven)

Goodness of Fit Measures for Revealed Preference Tests: Complexity Results and Algorithms

17:05 - 17:30

Ruben Hoeksma

(University of Twente)

Two-Dimensional Optimal Mechanism Design for a Sequencing Problem


Dinner at La Cucina – close to Enschede central station

The 2nd Dutch Day on Computational Game Theory is supported by the 3TU.AMI, the applied mathematics institute of the 3 Dutch technical universities.