1 Sep 2017 Promotion of Sven Seuken to Associate Professor (with Tenure) As per September 1, 2017, the Board of the University of Zurich has appointed Prof. Dr. Sven Seuken as Associate Professor for Computation and Economics (with Tenure). Sven Seuken first joined the University of Zurich in September 2011 as an Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track). Congratulations!! More news 27.06.2019 Paper "Default Ambiguity: Credit Default Swaps Create New Systemic Risks in Financial Networks" published in Management Science 19.05.2019 Paper "Cloud Pricing: The Spot Market Strikes Back" accepted at EC'19 09.11.2018 Paper "Fast Iterative Combinatorial Auctions via Bayesian Learning" accepted at AAAI-19 02.10.2018 Sven Seuken has joined the Editorial Board of "ACM Transactions on Economics and Computation (TEAC)" 27.09.2018 Three new PhD students have joined the ERC project MIAMI 09.08.2018 Sven Seuken was awarded an ERC Starting Grant 09.07.2018 Sven Seuken to Participate in Panel on Machine Learning and/vs. Algorithmic Game Theory at AI Workshop 04.06.2018 Three Talks on "Machine Learning-powered Combinatorial Auctions" 10.05.2018 Two fully funded PhD positions in Computer Science: apply now! 23.04.2018 Two papers accepted at EC-18 20.04.2018 Two papers accepted at IJCAI-ECAI-18 23.11.2017 Paper "A Bayesian Clearing Mechanism for Combinatorial Auctions" accepted at AAAI-18 22.11.2017 Sven Seuken among "Top 40 under 40" 25.10.2017 Sven Seuken to deliver keynote talk on "Market Design meets Machine Learning" at the "AI Finance Summit" in Zurich 11.09.2017 BandwidthX Appoints Sven Seuken as Chief Economist 24.08.2017 Short film about "Markets without money" 06.06.2017 Keynote Talk on "Design of Machine Learning-based Mechanisms" at Dagstuhl 25.04.2017 Paper "Computing Bayes-Nash Equilibria in Combinatorial Auctions with Continuous Actions" accepted to IJCAI'17 21.03.2017 Timo Mennle wins Mercator Award 2017 25.01.2017 Two papers accepted at AAMAS 2017 12.11.2016 Paper "Probably Approximately Efficient Combinatorial Auctions via Machine Learning" accepted at AAAI-17 11.11.2016 Paper "Finding Clearing Payments in Financial Networks with Credit Default Swaps is PPAD-hard" accepted at ITCS'17 08.11.2016 Talks on "First Choice-Maximizing School Choice Mechanisms" in Cologne & Budapest 22.09.2016 Vitor Bosshard joins our group as a new PhD student 21.09.2016 New Working Paper "Finding Clearing Payments in Financial Networks with Credit Default Swaps is PPAD-hard" 26.05.2016 Presentation of "An Axiomatic Framework for No-Arbitrage Relationships in Financial Derivatives Markets" at LOFT 2016 20.04.2016 Two new papers accepted at EC'16 09.05.2016 Daniel Abächerli wins Award for best BSc Thesis 15.03.2016 Talk on "Partial Strategyproofness: An Axiomatic Approach to Relaxing Strategyproofness for Assignment Mechanisms" at GAMES 2016 02.03.2016 Talk on "The Pareto Frontier for Random Mechanisms" at Social Choice and Welfare 28.02.2016 Paper "Personalized Hitting Time for Informative Trust Mechanisms Despite Sybils" accepted at AAMAS'16 13.01.2016 Paper "It is too Hot: An In-Situ Study of Three Designs for Heating" accepted at CHI'16 08.12.2015 Timo Mennle successfully defended his PhD Thesis on "Trade-offs between Strategyproofness and Efficiency of Ordinal Mechanisms" 20.10.2015 Talk on "The Pareto Frontier for Random Mechanisms" at the Meeting of COST Action IC1250 on Computational Social Choice 05.10.2015 Ludwig Dierks joins our group as a new PhD student 15.09.2015 Talk at INFORMS'15 on "New Core-Selecting Payment Rules with Better Fairness and Incentive Properties" 27.08.2015 Use CoRe (Course Recommender) to plan your Fall semester 2015 15.07.2015 Two papers accepted at AMMA'15 02.06.2015 Talk on "Partial Strategyproofness: An Axiomatic Approach to Relaxing Strategyproofness for Assignment Mechanisms" at ESWC'15 08.05.2015 Paper "The Power of Local Manipulation Strategies in Assignment Mechanisms" accepted at IJCAI 2015 27.04.2015 Benedikt Bünz wins Award for his BSc Thesis 18.02.2015 New Working Paper "The Efficient Frontier in Randomized Social Choice" 04.02.2015 Try out CoRe (Course Recommender) to find new courses at UZH based on your personal preferences 26.01.2015 Sven Seuken has received a research grant from Microsoft Research 08.12.2014 New Working Paper "Fairness Beyond the Core: New Payment Rules for Combinatorial Auctions" 25.11.2014 Paper accepted at AAAI'15 29.09.2014 Sven Seuken was awarded an SNSF research grant 16.09.2014 Three new PhD students have joined our research group 13.08.2014 Talk on "Combinatorial Bandwidth Markets" at OR'2014 02.07.2014 Sven Seuken has joined the editorial board of the Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR) 12.06.2014 New Working Paper "The Naive versus the Adaptive Boston Mechanism" 02.06.2014 Our letter on "Relaxing Strategyproofness in One-Sided Matching" has been published in the ACM SIGecom Exchanges 29.04.2014 Two fully funded PhD positions in Economics and Computation: apply now! 16.04.2014 Our paper "The Adaptive Boston Mechanism" was accepted for presentation at the Matching in Practice workshop in Berlin 15.04.2014 One paper accepted at EC'14 27.03.2014 Sven Seuken and Abraham Bernstein were awared an SNSF grant 24.02.2014 Two full papers accepted at AAMAS'14 15.01.2014 New Working Paper "An Axiomatic Approach to Characterizing and Relaxing Strategyproofness of One-sided Matching Mechanisms" 17.11.2013 New Collaboration with Zhejiang University and Alibaba 09.11.2013 Basil Philipp wins Award for best BSc Thesis 02.05.2013 New paper on "An Active Learning Approach to Home Heating in the Smart Grid" 30.03.2013 New working paper on "Behavioral Factors in Market User Interface Design" 23.03.2013 Sven Seuken was awarded an SNSF grant 18.03.2013 Sven Seuken wins Google Faculty Research Award 11.03.2013 New working paper on "Partially Strategyproof Mechanisms" 01.10.2012 Sven Seuken receives research grant from the Hasler Foundation 04.06.2012 Paper published at EC'12 on "Market User Interface Design"