COST-ADT Doctoral School on Computational Social Choice
Eden Hotel, Estoril, Portugal, 9-14 April 2010
On 9-14 April 2010, the European Science Foundation's COST Action on Algorithmic Decision Theory sponsored a doctoral school on Computational Social Choice in Estoril, near Lisbon, Portugal.
The chair of the organising committee was José Rui Figueira.
The programme consisted of three courses, five invited talks, and a series of contributed talks by some of the participants.
On this page you can find the slides used during the school, a few photos, and various other bits and pieces.
List of Participants,
Report by Haris Aziz
- Christian Klamler (University of Graz)
Introduction to Social Choice and Voting / Geometry of Voting
- Jérôme Lang (CNRS and LAMSADE, Univ. Paris-Dauphine)
Computational and Communicational Aspects of Voting
- Ulle Endriss (ILLC, University of Amsterdam)
- José Rui Figueira (IST, Technical University of Lisbon)
History of Social Choice Theory
- Felix Brandt (University of Munich)
From Arrow's Impossibility to Schwartz's Tournament Equilibrium Set
- Sébastien Konieczny (CNRS and CRIL, Univ. d'Artois)
Information Fusion and Social Choice
- Thierry Marchant (Ghent University)
From Social Choice to Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis
- Stefano Moretti (LAMSADE, Univ. Paris-Dauphine)
Power Indices and Game Theory, with Applications to Bioinformatics
- Saturday Session:
Marco Montes de Oca,
- Monday Session:
- Tuesday Session:
Page maintained by Ulle Endriss.