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: Mondays 16:00-17:30 (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.
|Mon, 26.09.2016||BIN 1.D.29||Timo Mennle||First Choice-Maximizing and First Choice-Stable School Choice Mechanisms|
|Mon, 03.10.2016||BIN 1.D.29||Ludwig Dierks||A market based approach to avoid EV charging related energy demand peaks (Presentation of concept)|
|Mon, 24.10.2016||BIN 1.D.29||Dmitry Moor||Core-Selecting Payment Rules for Combinatorial Auctions with Uncertain Availability of Goods|
Wed, 09.11.2016, 16:00
|BIN 1.D.29||Gianluca Brero||Design of Combinatorial Auctions Using Machine Learning-Based Bidding (practice talk)|
|Mon, 21.11.2016||BIN 1.D.29||Timo Mennle||First Choice-Maximizing School Choice Mechanisms (practice talk for talks at... see recent news entry)|
|Mon, 28.11.2016||BIN 1.D.29||Johannes Hool||Human-Supported Recommender Systems – An Experimental Evaluation (Master's Thesis Defense)|
|Mon, 05.12.2016||BIN 1.D.29||Vitor Bosshard||A Fast Algorithm for Computing Bayes-Nash Equilibria in Core-Selecting Combinatorial Auctions (presentation of concept)|