NYCE Day 2014 is the
7th annual New York Computer Science and Economics Day. The goal of the meeting is to bring together researchers in the larger New York metropolitan area with interests in computer science, economics, marketing, and business, and with a common focus on understanding and developing the economics of Internet activity. We will have a panel on "Data Science in Online Ad Ecosystem", three invited talks, a session of contributed talks, and a poster session.
Topics of interest to the NYCE community include (but are not limited to) the economics of Internet activity such as search, user-generated content, or social networks; the economics of Internet advertising and marketing; the design and analysis of electronic markets; algorithmic game theory; mechanism design; and other subfields of algorithmic economics.
The event will take place on Friday, December 5th from 9am to 5:30pm, in Microsoft building near Times Square.
The venue is located at 11 Times Square. Enter at the "Microsoft Welcome Center" on 8th Avenue between 41st and 42nd Streets. Please bring government-issued photo ID to receive a building pass at the registration desk on the first floor. The event will be on the 6th floor.
Everyone who plans to participate, whether presenting or not, is kindly requested to fill out the registration form. (This is required to issue building passes in advance, and will help us estimate attendance.) While limited on-site registration will be available, relying on that may lead to significant delays at the lobby.
The deadline for online registration (without submitting research work) is November 24. Please register here.
If you change your mind and will not attend NYCE 2014, please "unregister" by updating your responses in the form, so that we have a more accurate headcount.
NYCE Day 2014 solicits research work of highest quality in the areas mentioned above. We are looking for work that is unpublished or published recently: no more than two years ago, and preferably in the past year. There will be a few short (10 minutes long) presentation slots, and a decent number of poster presentations. Due to time and space constraints, we may not be able to accommodate all submissions.
Please include the title, abstract, publication venue (if known), as well as a link to a manuscript describing the results. This URL is optional; it will not be shared and will only be used for the purpose of assessing the submissions.
All submissions are due by November 10 (end of day EST), and notifications will be sent via email by Nov 18. The registration & submission form is here.