This Workshop is a cross-disciplinary event on Games, Networks and Markets at the intersection of Computer Science and Economics.
June 6-7th 2013 Cambridge, UK
13:00-13:30 Registration and refreshments
13:30-14:15 Thore Graepel (Microsoft Research): The Human Manifold: On the predictability of human online behaviour and its consequences
14:15-15:00 Felix Fischer (University of Cambridge): Expressiveness and Robustness of Position Auctions
15:00-15:30 Tea and coffee break
15:30-16:15 Rahul Savani (University of Liverpool): Learning Equilibria of Games via Payoff Queries
16:15-17:00 Elad Yom-Yov (Microsoft Research): Promoting Civil Discourse Through Web Search And Social Media
19:00-23:00 Drinks reception and dinner, Dining Hall of Westminster College (invitation only - if you have not received an invitation and would like to attend, please discuss with the hosts). Dress code: smart/casual.
08:45-09:15 Tea and coffee mingle
09:15-10:00 Yagil Engel (Microsoft Research): Posted Prices Exchange for Display Advertising Contracts
10:00-10:45 Peter Key (Microsoft Research): The Games People Play: Learning and Equilibria
10:45-11:15 Tea and coffee break
11:15-12:00 Tobias Preis (UCL): Quantifying Economic Behaviour Using Big Data
13:30-14:00 Pushmeet Kohli (Microsoft Research): Learning to Interact (Naturally) With (All) Users
14:00-14:45 Yoram Bachrach (Microsoft Research): Big Data Analytics For Education Markets
14:45-15:30 Maria Polukarov (University of Southampton): Cooperative Equilibria in Iterated Social Dilemmas
15:30-16:00 Tea and coffee break
16:00-16:45 Ian Kash (Microsoft Research): General Truthfulness Characterizations Via Convex Analysis.
Location: Microsoft Research Cambridge
Local Information: For further details on Microsoft's recommended travel and accommodation information please go to: Visit Microsoft Research Cambridge
Workshop Contact: Cara Freeman; Meeting & Events Coordinator.
Direct Dial: +44 (0) 1223 479 700
- The Human Manifold: On the predictability of human online behaviour and its consequences
- Learning Equilibria of Games via Payoff Queries
- Posted Prices Exchange for Display Advertising Contracts
- The Games People Play: Learning and Equilibria
- Quantifying Economic Behaviour Using Big Data
- Cooperative Equilibria in Social Dilemmas
- General Truthfulness Characterizations Via Convex Analysis