Toulouse, 19 to 20 November 2015
The LABEX CIMI Pluridisciplinary Workshop on Game Theory will be the highlight of the LABEX CIMI Thematic Trimester. The workshop will be structured along four themes:
- TrimesterLogic and Games
- Algorithmic Game Theory
- Games and Voting on Networks
- Learning and Language in Games
On each theme, we will have some invited talks by internationally renowned experts, one talk by a local researcher and some submitted contributions, primarily by PhD students. See programme below.
Anyone can attend the workshop but registration (by sending an email to the organisers) is required.
The workshop will take place at the Lecture Hall (Amphi) Schwartz at IMT, Université Paul Sabatier.
Descending at the Metro station Paul Sabatier (line B), you have to take the escalator on the right-hand side and walk straight for a couple of minutes up to the building 1R3 on the right-hand side (map).
Call for Contributions
If you would like to present your work at the workshop, please send a four-page extended abstract to the organisers by 20 September. Notification of acceptance/rejection will be on 30 September. There will be no proceedings, and there are no restrictions concerning whether the work is original or has been published.
Any submission must fit into one of the four above themes, and we ask you to indicate which.
We particularly encourage Master and Phd students to apply. For a number of students, student grants (travel and accomodation paid by the LABEX CIMI) are available. To apply for these, please send a short CV and a recommendation letter by your supervisor together with your submission. Please indicate with your submission if the grant is a condition for your attendance.
|THURSDAY 19TH NOVEMBER|
|08h45-09h00||Reception with coffee|
|Algorithmic Game Theory:|
|09h00-09h35||Ulle Endriss||Invited speaker||Diversity of Preferences|
|09h35-10h00||Markus Brill||Accepted contribution||Computing Possible and Necessary Equilibrium Actions (and Bipartisan Winners)|
|10h00-10h25||Dominik Peters||Accepted contribution||Computational Complexity of Hedonic Games with Dichotomous Preferences|
|10h25-10h50||Anaëlle Wilczynski||Accepted contribution||Choice of the manipulator in iterative voting|
|11h20-11h55||Nicola Gatti (talk cancelled)||Invited speaker||Strong Nash equilibria and mixed strategies|
|11h55-12h25||Jérôme Lang||Local||Computational Social Choice and Algorithmic Game Theory Meet Logic|
|12h25-13h00||Nicolas Maudet||Invited speaker||Strategic candidacy: How resistant are voting rules?|
|13h00-14h30||Lunch at the university cantine Upsidum|
|Games and Voting on Networks:|
|14h30-15h05||Edith Elkind||Invited speaker||Coalitional Games on Sparse Social Networks|
|15h05-15h35||Frédéric Amblard||Local||Emergence of consensus without voting, social influence on social networks|
|15h35-16h00||Ayumi Igarashi||Accepted contribution||Hedonic Games with Acyclic Graph Structure|
|16h30-17h05||Davide Grossi||Invited speaker||Negotiable Voting|
|17h05-17h30||Marija Slavkovik||Accepted contribution||It is the connections that yield consensus in judgment aggregation|
|17h30-18h10||Sonja Smets||Invited speaker||Merging beliefs by sincere persuasive communication|
|20h00-||Dinner in Restaurant Côté Garonne|
|FRIDAY 20TH NOVEMBER|
|Logic and Games:|
|09h00-09h30||Christof Spanring||Accepted contribution||Dialogue Games on Abstract Argumentation Graphs|
|09h30-10h10||Andrés Perea||Invited speaker||Forward induction reasoning versus equilibrium reasoning|
|10h10-10h40||Sirin Botan, Arianna Novaro||Accepted contribution||Group Manipulation in Judgment Aggregation|
|11h10-11h40||Bonan Zhao||Accepted contribution||Why My Sugar is the Other One's Poison: Type-Based-Rationality in Forward Induction|
|11h40-12h15||Emiliano Lorini||Local||A Minimal Logic for Interactive Epistemology|
|12h15-13h45||Lunch buffet in the lobby of IMT|
|Learning and Language in Games:|
|13h45-14h20||Michael Franke||Invited speaker||An imprecise imitation dynamic for generalized signaling games|
|14h20-14h55||Nina Gierasimczuk||Invited speaker||Collective Learning in Games through Social Networks|
|14h55-15h20||Omar Abdel Wahab||Accepted contribution||Towards Business-Oriented Services Communities: A Stackelberg Game Theoretical Model|
|15h20-15h50||Soumya Paul||Local||Strategic conversations|