Call for papers
Submissions of papers describing original or recently published work
on all aspects of computational social choice
are invited. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the intersection of computational questions concerning:
with areas such as:
- Learning and sampling
- Combinatorial domains
- Distributed approaches
- Multiagent systems
- Voting rules
- Tournament solutions
- Manipulation, control, and bribery
- Fair division:
- Resource allocation
- Cake cutting
- Indivisible Goods
- Coalition formation:
- Hedonic games
- Weighted voting games
- Related topics like:
- Judgement aggregation
- Axiomatizations of Internet systems
- Knockout tournaments
Submissions can be revised any number of times before
Regular papers should not exceed 12 pages in length, excluding references, contact information, and a clearly-marked appendix that will be read at the discretion of the program committee.
When preparing your submission, please follow these
formatting instructions. The easiest way of
doing so is to use the Latex typesetting system with the class file comsoc2014.cls.
The formatting instructions are based on a sample file (sample.tex),
which you can use as a starting point for your own paper.
All submitted papers will be reviewed by the program committee.
Accepted papers will be collected in informal workshop notes that will not be printed.
To accomodate the publishing needs of different scientific communities,
we stress that authors will retain the copyright of their papers and
that submitting to COMSOC-2014 does not preclude publication of the
same material in a journal or in a conference with formal proceedings.
Submission of regular papers is restricted by the rule that a single person can present at most one paper at the workshop.
This year COMSOC will also include a poster session. Posters will be selected based on abstracts of up to 250 words, which can be sent by email to Pat Loring at email@example.com, with the subject "COMSOC-14 poster submission: NAME OF PRESENTER".
Unlike regular papers, a single author is allowed to present multiple posters.
Please contact either one of the
program chairs, Ariel Procaccia and Toby Walsh, should you have any questions.
- Submission deadline for regular papers (through Easychair): March 15, 2014 (11:59pm EDT)
- Notification date for regular papers: April 18, 2014
- Submission deadline for posters (by email): April 22, 2014 (11:59pm EDT)
- Notification date for posters: April 29, 2014
- Workshop: June 23-25, 2014
- Haris Aziz, NICTA and UNSW, Australia
- Craig Boutilier, University of Toronto, Canada
- Felix Brandt, TU Munich, Germany
- Ulle Endriss, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Edith Elkind, University of Oxford, UK
- Paul Goldberg, University of Oxford, UK
- Piotr Faliszewski, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
- Felix Fischer, University of Cambridge, UK
- Umberto Grandi, University Padova, Italy
- Jerome Lang, Universite Paris-Dauphine, France
- Herve Moulin, University of Glasgow, UK
- Nina Narodytska, NICTA and UNSW, Australia
- Rolf Niedermeier, TU Berlin, Germany
- Gabriella Pigozzi, Universite Paris-Dauphine, France
- Ariel Procaccia, Carnegie Mellon University, USA (co-chair)
- Michael Trick, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
- Jeffrey Rosenschein, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
- Francesca Rossi, University Padova, Italy
- Jorg Rothe, Heinrich-Heine-Universitat Dusseldorf, Germany
- William Thomson, University of Rochester, USA
- Kristen Brent Venable, Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, USA
- Virginia Vassilevska Williams, Stanford University, USA
- Toby Walsh, NICTA and UNSW, Australia (co-chair)
- Michael Wooldridge, University of Oxford, UK
- Lirong Xia, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
- William Zwicker, Union College, USA