Israel AGT Day, Reichman University, March 5, 2023


We are running tomorrow the annual Israeli workshop in algorithmic game theory.

Where: Reichman University. The conference will take place in room EL03, Adelson building. 

Program: here.

Registration: here (free).

Main speakers: Moshe Babaioff (Microsoft Research), Gil Kalai (Reichman University and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Divyarthi Mohan (Tel Aviv University), Rebecca Reiffenhäuser (University of Amsterdam), Nir Rosenfeld (Technion). (See below for the full program.)

Organizers: Alon Eden, Michal Feldman, Gil Kalai and Tami Tamir.

Previous editions of the AGT day: 2018, 2019, 2020  (we had a break for a few years due to the epidemic, and then we had a Zoom international seminar.)


09:00 – 09:30    Gathering

09:30 – 10:00    Nir Rosenfeld (Technion)

Strategic Classification: Learning in Face of Strategic Behavior

10:0010:40    Lightning Talks Session 1:

Yoav Kolumbus (The Hebrew University) 

Simon Mauras (Tel Aviv University) 

Rotem Torkan (The Technion) 

Shaul Rosner (Reichman University) 

Aditya Aradhye (Tel Aviv University) 

Ariel Shaulker (Weizmann) 

Omer Madmon (The Technion)

10:40 – 11:10    Coffee

11:10 – 11:40    Moshe Babaioff (Microsoft Research)

Making Auctions Robust to Aftermarkets

11:40 – 12:20    Lightning Talks Session 2:

Yotam Gafni (The Technion) 

Hodaya Barr (Bar-Ilan University)

Samuel Bismuth (Ariel University)

Suman Sadhukhan (Haifa University) 

Tal Alon (The Technion)

Uri Sherman (Tel Aviv University)

12:20 – 13:50     Lunch

13:50 – 14:20    Rebecca Reiffenhäuser (University of Amsterdam)

Round-Robin Beyond Additive Agents: Existence and Fairness of Approximate Equilibria (or how to be fair to deceptive egoists.)

14:20 – 15:00    Lightning Talks Session 3:

Konstantin Zabarnyi (The Technion)

Xin Huang (The Technion)

Shiri Ron (Weizmann)

Vishnu V. Narayan (Tel Aviv University)

Tomasz Ponitka (Tel Aviv University)

Yehonatan Mizrahi (The Hebrew University)

15:00 – 15:30    Coffee

15:40-16:25      Gil Kalai (Reichman University and The Hebrew University)

Noise sensitivity and stability: social choice, and beyond

16:25 – 17:00    Divyarthi Mohan (Tel Aviv University)

Approximately Efficient Auctions with Private Interdependent Valuations

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