Seminar Schedule Fall 2015


Fri - Fri, Sep 4 to Dec 4, 1:45pm - 1:45pm

Fall 2015

The EconCS Group holds an Economics and Computer Science research seminar each semester.

Spring 2015 meetings are held at 1:45 to 3:30pm Fridays in Maxwell Dworkin 123.
Seminar Coordinator for '15-'16 is Mr. Jean Pouget-Abadie,

September 4 Moshe Tennenholtz Sequential Commitment Games

September 18

Charalampos (Babis)

Large Scale Graph Mining


October 2 Arpit Agarwal Connections between Calibrated Surrogates in Supervised Learning and Property Elicitation in Probability Forecasting
October 9 Edmond Awad Collective Judgement in Contested Domains: The Case of Conflicting Arguments
October 15 Andrew Mao Long-Run Behavior in Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma
October 19 Luis Ortiz On Networks and Behavior:  Strategic Inference and Machine Learning
October 23 Iyad Rahwan
Making Social Networks Work


October 30  Valentin Robu

Efficient Electricity Group Buying using Prediction-of-Use Tariffs

November 6  Ming Yin

The Communication Network Within the Crowd

November 13  Patrick Loiseau

Classification from strategic data: a game-theoretic perspective

November 20 Greg Stoddard (Speaker #1)

Eric Balkanski (Speaker #2)

I spent a month building an experiment and all I got were these dumb results (Talk #1)

The Limitations of Optimization from Samples (Talk #2)
December 4 Arpit Agarwal Connections between Calibrated Surrogates in Supervised Learning and Property Elicitation in Probability Forecasting
See also: Seminar history