Computation, Communication, Rationality and Incentives in Collective and Cooperative Decision Making


Pictures (thanks to Laurent Gourvès!)


May 27-28, 2019


Université Paris-Dauphine
Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny (entrance from Boulevard Lannes)
Métro line 2 : Porte Dauphine
Bus line PC: Porte Dauphine
Train (RER line C): Avenue Foch

Monday: workshop in room A709, coffee breaks and lunch in Espace Accueil
Tuesday morning and lunch: room A709, coffee break and lunch in Espace Accueil
Tuesday afternoon: everything in room A

The way to A709 (in French... ask me if you need help)
Espace Accueil is near room A709. Follow the crowd (or the noise).
Room A is at the second floor of the main building. When you stand in front of the lifts, with the stairs in your back, it is on your left.


It is the final event of our project Computation, Communication, Rationality and Incentives in Collective and Cooperative Decision Making
funded by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche.

The program will consist in
Tentative program (subject to minor changes)

Due to the difficulty to predict the duration on panels, the schedule may be slightly adapted on the spot. If you really want to attend a panel, try to be there early in case the previous panel turns out to be shorter than expected.

Monday, May 27 (room A709 and Espace Accueil)

10:30: welcome coffee

11:00 opening + report on WP2 : communication

11:30 Panel 1: Social choice, data and artificial intelligence

Panelists: Jamal Atif, Yann Chevaleyre, Ulle Endriss, Florian Yger

12:15 Panel 2: Collective decision at the age of internet and social networks; electronic democracy

Panelists: Umberto Grandi, Agnieszka Ruszinowska, Anaëlle Wilczynski, Stéphanie Wojcik

13:00 lunch

14:00 report on WP1 : Computation, approximation, verification

14:30 Panel 3: Rankings, approvals, or scores?

Panelists: Annick Laruelle, Dominik Peters

15:15 report on WP3 : Strategic Models of Collective Behavior

15:45 coffee

16:15 Panel 4: Proportionality and fairness: parliamentary elections and beyond

Panelists: Gabrielle Demange, Jean-François Laslier, Piotr Skowron

17:00 Panel 5: What do we learn from voting experiments?

Panelists:  Renaud Blanch, Ayça Ebru Giritligil, Isabelle Lebon

Tuesday, May 28

Morning: room A709

09:00 report on WP4: Development of a Collective Decision Making Platform, and Promotion of its Uses

09:30 Panel 6: Social choice and dissemination

Panelists: Sylvain Bouveret, François Durand, Vincent Merlin, Arianna Novaro

10:15 Panel 7: Social choice, graphs, combinatorics, and algorithms

Panelists: Guillaume Chèze, Ronald de Haan, Fanny Pascual, Jörg Rothe

11:00 coffee

** time change ** 11:15 Panel 8 Social choice, from theory to real life

Panelists: Romina Boarini, Jean-Guillaume Fages, Hugo Gimbert, Claire Mathieu

** time change **  12:00 Invited talk: Christos Papadimitriou
Title: Incentives and Fairness

13:00 lunch

: room A (2nd floor, main building)

14:00 Panel 9: Context-dependent social choice

Panelists: Marcus Pivato, Remzi Sanver

14:45 Panel 10: What does game theory tell us about collective decision making?

Panelists: François Durand, Sidartha Gordon, Maria Polukarov

15:30 coffee and closing