DSS
Decision Sciences & Systems
Technical University of Munich
 

Supervision: Martin Bullinger, Christian Saile, Christian StrickerAnaëlle Wilczynski and Prof. Felix Brandt

Seminar in WS 2019/2020
Markets, Algorithms, Incentives, and Networks (MAIN)

Content

In recent years, there has been an increasing interest in topics at the intersection of economics and computer science, as witnessed by the continued rapid rise of research areas such as algorithmic game theory and computational social choice. This development is due to the emergence of computational networks such as the Internet as well as the need to get a grip on algorithmic questions in economics. In this seminar, we will deal with both the theoretical foundations as well as their computational properties and possible applications.

The seminar will mostly be based on the books Economics and Computation by David C. Parkes and Sven Seuken, which will be available for download for participants of the seminar, and the Handbook of Computational Social Choice, which is freely available as PDF at Cambridge University Press.  

The target audience for this seminar are master students and bachelor students after the 2nd semester.

Registration

Come to the initial meeting on July 17, 04:00 pm in 01.10.011 and tell us that you are interested. More information on the application process is provided in this meeting. In general, students from computer science additionally have to use the matching system for the registration.

 Time and venue

MAIN SeminarSpeakerDate and TimeRoomSlides
Overview Meeting (Vorbesprechung)

Martin,
Christian,
Christian,
Anaëlle

July  17, 2019, 04:00 pm

01.10.011 Link 
First Meeting (Kickoff) October 01.10.033  
Session 1   November 01.10.033  
Session 2   December 01.10.033  

 

Language

The preferred language for talks and meetings is English.

Prerequisites

Participants should be interested in modelling and analyzing interesting problems with mathematical rigor.

Requirements to Pass

  • Attending the talks and active participation in the discussions

  • Giving a talk (30 to 45 min) in English

  • Deliver a handout for your fellow students one week before the talk

  • Read the handouts of your fellow students and send your questions/comments two days before the respective talk

Module Codes

  • IN2107 (Master-Seminar in the Master program Informatik)

  • IN0014 (Seminar in the Bachelor programs Informatik, Wirtschaftsinformatik)

  • For all other programs: Please check first whether this seminar fits in your curriculum.

Other Resources

  • Feedback guidelines (1) (2) [in addition to what is presented during the first meeting]

Further Literature (available online):

 

Contact

Martin Bullinger
Room 01.10.040 (Boltzmannstraße/Garching)
Tel.: 089-289-17537
Email: martin.bullingerzzin.tum.de

Christian Saile
Room 01.10.040 (Boltzmannstraße/Garching)
Tel.: 089-289-17537
Email: sailezzin.tum.de

Christian Stricker
Room 01.10.039 (Boltzmannstraße/Garching)
Tel.: 089-289-17514
Email: strickerzzin.tum.de

Anaëlle Wilczynski
Room 01.10.039 (Boltzmannstraße/Garching)
Tel.: 089-289-17514
Email: anaelle.wilczynskizzin.tum.de

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