Each week, we hold a research seminar where speakers present work on topics at the intersection of Computer Science and Economics. Some of the presentations may be work in progress, while others may be presentations on papers that are already published. Everyone is welcome to attend! No registration necessary.
- Room: BIN 1.D.29 (can vary; see schedule)
- Time: Tuesdays 16:30-18:00 (see schedule)
- Organizer: Steffen Schuldenzucker
If you would like to be informed about upcoming talks in this seminar and about other talks on topics related to Economics and Computer Science, then please send an email to Steffen Schuldenzucker, who will add you to our mailing list.
|Tue, 20.02.2018||1.D.29||Ye Wang||Locally Monotone Payment Rules in Combinatorial Auctions (MSc thesis defense)|
|Tue, 13.03.2018||1.D.29||Juan Manuel Sánchez, Technical University of Madrid||Multi-sided Platforms: Theory and Simulation Methods|
|Tue, 20.03.2018||1.D.29||Benjamin Walter, CREST, Paris||An equilibrium model of the market for Bitcoin mining|
|Tue, 10.04.2018||1.D.29||Orçun Karaca, ETH Zürich||Designing Coalition-Proof Reverse Auctions over Continuous Goods|
|Tue, 08.05.2018||1.D.29||Ludwig Dierks||tba|
|Tue, 15.05.2018||1.D.29||Steffen Schuldenzucker||Strategic Formation of Financial Networks with Credit Default Swaps|
|Tue, 22.05.2018||1.D.29||Vitor Bosshard||Overbidding in Combinatorial Auctions|
|Tue, 29.05.2018||1.D.29||Gianluca Brero||A Bayesian Clearing Mechanism for Combinatorial Auctions|