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Day on Computational Game Theory

The 11th Day on Computational Game Theory will be hosted by the Discrete Mathematics and Mathematical Programming group at the University of Twente. It is a two-day scientific meeting and the follow up to the 4th Dutch Day on Computational Game Theory of the Dutch Network on Computational Game Theory and the 6th German Day on Computational Game theory.

The Day on Computational Game Theory brings together researchers in Computer Science, Operations Research and Economics, who are interested in algorithmic or computational aspects of game theory, social choice and related areas. It provides an opportunity to foster collaboration, present research and exchange ideas at an informal and relaxed level.

Before the workshop there will the Lunch Meeting for Women in AGT. This meeting is an event in which female researchers welcomed and supported other women in AGT. The junior female researchers interact in an informal setting with more established women researchers on various issues related to fostering and balancing one’s professional and social life, as well as on inserting oneself in the AGT community.

Please fill out the registration form to participate in the event. 


Date/Time:

Thursday, February 13, 2020 to Friday February 14, 2020

Location:

U Park Hotel on the campus of the University of Twente,
De Veldmaat 8 | 7522 NM Enschede | Directions
(free parking available)

Registration:

Free of charge.  Please use the registration form.

Contact:

Alexander Skopalik

Schedule

Thursday

  



12:30

Women's Lunch

 


13:30

Registration and Coffee



14:00

Opening

Alexander Skopalik

University of Twente

14:05

Keynote: Optimal Kidney Exchange with Immunosuppressants

Ágnes Cseh

Hungarian Academy of Sciences

14:50

Break



15:15

On the price of anarchy for flows over time

Tim Oosterwijk

Maastricht University

15:40

Flow-Based Network Creation Games

Anna Melnichenko

Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam

16:05

Capacity and Price Competition in Markets with Congestion Effects

Anja Schedel

University of Augsburg

16:30

Break



17:00

Topological Influence and Locality in Swap Schelling Games

Louise Molitor

Hasso Plattner Institute

17:25

Generalized Matching Games for International Kidney Exchange

Walter Kern

University of Twente

18:30

Dinner (U-Park Hotel)







Friday




09:30

Keynote: Strategic voting and candidacy

Maria Polukarov

King's College London

10:20

Break



10:35

Convergence of Large Atomic Congestion Games

Marc Schröder

RWTH Aachen

11:00

Prophet Inequalities for Bayesian Persuasion

Niklas Hahn

Goethe-University Frankfurt

11:25

Break



11:40

Electricity Pricing Mechanism Based on Losses Using Electricity Network Topology

Victor Reijnders

University of Twente

12:05

Strategic Payments in Financial Networks

Daniel Schmand

Goethe University Frankfurt

12:30

Lunch



13:30

Keynote: Mechanisms for Two-Sided Markets

Bart de Keijzer

King's College London

14:20

Closing



Here you can find the abstracts


Sponsors

The 11th Day on Computational Game Theory is supported by the NWO and GAMENET, the European Network for Game Theory COST Action funded project.