Stefano Moretti

LAMSADE UMR7243 (Laboratoire d'Analyse et Modélisation de Systčmes pour l'Aide ŕ la décision)
Université Paris-Dauphine and CNRS

Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny 75775 Paris Cedex 16 Phone: 0033(0)144054371
Email: firstname.surname[AT]dauphine.fr

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Brief CV

 

Research experience

Associate Scientist, Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS) and Paris Dauphine University, Paris, France (since 12/2009)

Senior Research Fellow, Unit of Molecular Epidemiology, National Cancer Research Institute, Genova, Italy (from 03/2007 to 11/2009)

Junior Research Fellow, Unit of Molecular Epidemiology, National Cancer Research Institute, Genova, Italy (from 03/2006 to 03/2007)

Ph.D. student in Applied Mathematics, Department of Mathematics, University of Genova, Italy (from 03/2003 to 02/2006)

Research fellow, Institute for Applied Mathematics, National Research Council (CNR), Genova, Italy (from 03/2000 to 12/2002)

 

Academic Education

Accreditation to supervise research (“Habilitation ŕ Diriger des Recherches”, HDR). Title of the thesis: Game theory and practice: models, axioms and algorithms (2016) PDF

Ph.D. in Game Theory, Tilburg University, The Netherlands. Title of the thesis: Cost allocation problems arising from connection situations in an interactive cooperative setting (2008) PDF

Ph.D. in Mathematics and applications, University of Genova, Italy. Title of the thesis: Game theory applied to gene expression analysis. (2006) PDF

Post-Master’s degree in Decision theory and risk analysis, LIUC University of Castellanza, Italy (1999).

Master’s degree in Environmental Science, University of Genova, Italy (1999).

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Recent Scientific Activities

Program and Conference Chair of SING 13 (13th European Meeting on Game Theory), July 2017.

Other scientific committees:     Game_Theory_Summer_School     GdT_TADJ     SING_Conference_(since2014)      Seminar_Games_and_Social Choice      Argument_Strength

Editor of a special issue in the International Game Theory Review.

Research

My research activity is organized around the following main lines: axiomatic analysis of solutions for cooperative games and their applications; design of efficient algorithms in strategic games arising from combinatorial problems; power indices and related social choice problems; bioinformatics and statistical analysis of biological data of human RNA.

Publications

The linked documents are some version of the paper and not necessarily identical to the original publications.

Some Recent Works

G. Cesari, R. Lucchetti, S. Moretti (2017) Generalized Additive Games. International Journal of Game Theory, 46(4), 919-939. PDF

S.Moretti (2017) On cooperative connection situations where the players are located at the edges. In : Proceedings European Conference on Multi-Agent Systems EUMAS, Evry, France, 14-15 December 2017. PDF

G. Cesari, E. Algaba, S. Moretti, J.A.. Nepomuceno (2017) A game theoretic neighbourhood-based  relevance index. In : Cherifi C., Cherifi H., Karsai M., Musolesi M. (eds) Complex Networks & Their Applications VI. COMPLEX NETWORKS 2017 2017. Studies in Computational Intelligence, vol 689. Springer, Cham. PDF

S. Moretti, M. Öztürk (2017) Some Axiomatic and Algorithmic Perspectives on the Social Ranking Problem. In : Proceedings of the fifth International Conference on Algorithmic Decision Theory (ADT 2017) Luxembourg, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pp. 166-181, Springer. PDF

F. Fossati, S. Moretti, S. Secci (2017) A Mood Value for Fair Resource Allocations. In : Proceedings of the 16th International IFIP TC6 Networking Conference, Networking 2017, Stockholm, June 12-15, 2017 (pp.9). IFIP Open Digital Library. PDF

M. De Mariano, S. Stigliani, S. Moretti, F. Parodi, M. Croce, C. Bernardi, A. Pagano, G.P.Tonini, S. Ferrini, L. Longo (2017) A genome-wide microRNA profiling indicates miR-424-5p and miR-503-5p as regulators of ALK expression in neuroblastoma. Oncotarget, 8(34), 56518-56532. PDF

M. Dall’Aglio,V. Fragnelli, S. Moretti (2016) Orders of criticality in voting games. Operations Research and Decisions, 26(2). PDF

Further Selected Works

S. Moretti, M. Öztürk, and A. Tsoukiŕs (2016) Preference modelling. In: Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis: State of the Art Surveys, 43-95.

S. Moretti, F. Patrone, A. Dinar, S. Abdel-Dayem (2016)Sharing the Costs of Complex Water Projects: Application to the West Delta Water Conservation and Irrigation Rehabilitation Project, Egypt.Games, 7(3), 18.

R. Lucchetti, S. Moretti, F. Patrone (2015) Ranking sets of interacting objects via semivalues. Top, 23(2) : 567-590.

S. Moretti (2015) An axiomatic approach to social ranking under coalitional power relations. Homo Oeconomicus, 32(2) : 183-208.

T.P. Michalak, T. Rahwan, S. Moretti, R. Narayanam, O. Skibski, P. Szczepanski, M. Wooldridge (2015) A New Approach to Measure Social Capital using Game-Theoretic Techniques. SIGecom Exchanges, 14(1) : 95-100.

L. Gourvčs, J. Monnot, S. Moretti, and N. Thang. (2014) Congestion Games with Capacitated Resources. Theory of Computing Systems, 1-19. DOI=10.1007/s00224-014-9541-0.

E. Bonzon, N. Maudet, S. Moretti (2014) Coalitional games for abstract argumentation. In Proceedings: International Conference on Computational Models of Argument (COMMA’14).

B. Escoffier, D. Ferraioli, L. Gourvčs, and S. Moretti. (2013). Designing Budget-Balanced Best-Response Mechanisms for Network Coordination Games. In Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Algorithmic Game Theory (SAGT 2013), Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 207-218.

A. Bianzino, C. Chaudet, S. Moretti, J. Rougier, L. Chiaraviglio, and E. Le Rouzic (2012) Enabling sleep mode in backbone ip-networks: a criticality-driven tradeoff. In IEEE ICC’12 Workshop on Green Communications and Networking. pdf version available here

A. Bianzino, C. Chaudet, D. Rossi, J. Rougier, and S. Moretti (2011) The green-game: striking a balance between qos and energy saving In Proceedings of the 23rd International Teletraffic Congress, pages 262-269.

S. Moretti and A. Tsoukiŕs (2012) Ranking sets of possibly interacting objects using shapley extensions. In: G. Brewka, T. Eiter, and S. A. McIlraith, editors, 13th International Conference on Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR 2012). AAAI Press, 199-209.

S. Moretti (2013) On some open problems arising from the application of coalitional games in medicine. International Game Theory Review, 15(3) :1340020-1-1340020-18.

S. Moretti, S. Zeynep Alparslan Gök, R. Branzei, and S. Tijs (2011) Connection situations under uncertainty and cost monotonic solutions. Computers & Operations Research, 38(11) :1638-1645.

S. Moretti, V. Fragnelli, F. Patrone, and S. Bonassi (2010) Using coalitional games on biological networks to measure centrality and power of genes. Bioinformatics, 26(21) :2721.

S. Moretti, S. Tijs, R. Branzei, and H. Norde. (2009) Cost allocation protocols for supply contract design in network situations, Mathematical Methods of Operations Research, 69(1) :181-202.

V. Fragnelli and S. Moretti (2008) A game theoretical approach to the classification problem in gene expression data analysis, Computers & Mathematics with Applications, 55(5) :950-959.

S. Moretti and F. Patrone (2008) Transversality of the shapley value, Top, 16(1) :1-41.

S. Moretti, D. Van Leeuwen, H. Gmuender, S. Bonassi, J. Van Delft, J. Kleinjans, F. Patrone, and D. Merlo (2008) Combining shapley value and statistics to the analysis of gene expression data in children exposed to air pollution, BMC bioinformatics, 9(1) :361.

D. Albino, P. Scaruffi, S. Moretti, S. Coco, M. Truini, C. Di Cristofano, A. Cavazzana, S. Stigliani, S. Bonassi, G.P. Tonini (2008) Identification of low intratumoral gene expression heterogeneity in neuroblastic tumors by genome-wide expression analysis and game theory, Cancer, 113(6) :1412-1422.

 

I am author of 45 articles published in international journals, 16 articles published in the proceedings of international conferences with selection committee and more than 10 papers published as chapters of books and national proceedings.

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