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February 10-11, 2015, Department of Mathematics, TU Berlin.
The 2nd German Day on Computational Game Theory will take place on Wednesday, February 11th, 2015, at the Department of Mathematics, TU Berlin. The event will be preceded by a reception and an open problems session in the afternoon of Tuesday 10th.
We want to bring together researchers who are interested in algorithmic or computational aspects of game theory, social choice, and related areas. The aim of this one-and-half-day-event is to provide an opportunity to foster collaboration, present research and exchange ideas at an informal and relaxed level.
Obtain the full schedule as [pdf (PDF, 163,4 KB)].
|16:00 – 17:00||Reception – Room MA 212|
|17:00 – 18:00||Open Problems Session – Room MA 212 |
|10:00 – 10:30||Welcome and Coffee|
|10:30 – 11:15||Invited Talk|
Martin Gairing (U Liverpool)
Quantifying the Efficieny of Congestion Games
|11:20 – 11:40||Contributed Talk|
Guillaume Sagnol (ZIB Berlin)
Stackelberg Spot Checking and Nash Approximation
|11:45 – 12:05||Contributed Talk|
Sascha Kurz (U Bayreuth)
Dimension of the European Union Council according to the Lisbon Treaty
|12:05 – 13:15||Lunch break – MA 212|
|13:15 – 13:35||Contributed Talk|
Nimrod Talmon (TU Berlin)
Multi-Player Diffusion Games on Graph Classes
|13:40 – 14:00||Contributed Talk|
Balasz Sziklai (Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
Universal Characterization Sets for the Nucleolus
|14:00 – 14:15||Break|
|14:15 – 14:35||Contributed talk|
Piotr Faliszewski (AGH U of Science and Technology)
The Complexity of Combinatorial Campaign Management Problems in Elections
|14:40 – 15:00||Contributed talk|
Maximilian Drees (U Paderborn)
On Alpha-Approximated Nash Equilibria in Standard Budget Games
|15:00 – 15:30||Coffee Break|
|15:30 – 16:15||Invited talk|
Matus Mihalak (ETH Zürich)
Network Creation Games
|16:20 – 16:40||Contributed talk|
Fidaa Abed (MPII Saarbrücken)
Optimal Coordination Mechanisms fur Multi-Job Scheduling Games
|16:45 – 17:05||Contributed talk|
Pascal Lenzner (U Jena)
Network Creation Games: Thing Global – Act Local
|17:05 – 17:20||Break|
|17:20 – 17:40||Contributed Talk|
Jiehua Chen (TU Berlin)
Why Most European Parliaments Should Go Anglo-American
|17:45 – 18:05||Contributed Talk|
Theresa Thunig (TU Berlin)
Designing Speed Limits for Good Traffic Equilibria
|18:05 – 18:15||Closing and Announcement of the 3rd German Day on Computational Game Theory|
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Straße des 17. Juni 113, 10623 Berlin
All talks will take place in room MA 144 at the Department of Mathematics, TU Berlin, Straße des 17. Juni 136, 10623 Berlin, Germany.
- Plan des zentralen TU-Campus in Berlin-Charlottenburg
- © TU Berlin, Abt. IV Gebäude-/Dienstemanagement
The 2nd German Day on Computational Game Theory takes place at the Department of Mathematics of the Technische Universität Berlin. The Department is located at the MA-building at Straße des 17. Juni 136, 10623 Berlin (see the map).
The nearest public transport stops are:
- Underground: Ernst-Reuter-Platz, Line U2
- Bus: Ernst-Reuter-Platz, Lines M45, 245 and X9
- S-Bahn: Tiergarten, Lines S5, S7, S75
- Regional trains: Zoologischer Garten
Some travel directions:
- from TXL airport: take the X9 bus to Ernst-Reuter-Platz
- from SXF airport: take the "Airport Express" regional train to Zoologischer garten
- from Hauptbahnhof: take a westbound S-Bahn from the top level of the station to Tiergarten
The reception and open problem session on Tuesday, February 10 are in room 212 on the second floor.
The talks on Wednesday, February 11 are in room 144 on the first floor.
Participation in the workshop is free of charge and lunch and coffee will be provided. For organizational purposes, please send an email to email@example.com no later than February 5th, 2015 if you plan to attend.
Please also indicate in your registration email if you are interested in joining the dinner.
The 1st German Day on Computational Game Theory took place on February 13th, 2014 at the Heinz-Nixdorf-Institute at Paderborn University.
Financial and organizational support by ECMath/Matheon is gratefully acknowledged.
The 2nd German Day on Computational Game Theory is an activity of the ECMath Innovation Area Mathematics for Metropolitan Infrastructures.