De Aequa Divisione
Workshop and Tutorial on Fair Division Theory
May 23--25, 2019
Department of Economics and Finance
Luiss University, Rome, Italy
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I would like to thank the Invited Speakers and all the Participants of the event.
The webpage will soon be enriched with material from the talks
The workshop has brought the most recent advances in the mathematical, economic and computer science sides of the field known as "fair division theory".
This event has consisted of a tutorial and the a workshop, according to the following schedule:
- Thursday May 23, 14.00-18.30. Aula 202, Luiss University, Viale Romania 32, Rome, Italy.
Tutorial "Appeal and challenges of competitive approach to fair resource allocation "
Teachers: Vasilis Gkatzelis (Drexel U, USA) and Fedor Sandomirskiy (Technion, Israel and HSE Saint Petersburg, Russia).
This tutorial was aimed at researchers and students in the areas of Computer Science, Economics, Mathematics and Law researchers with a mathematical background.
- Workshop "De Aequa Divisione" Aula Toti (203), Luiss University, Viale Romania 32, Rome Italy
ABSTRACTS available here
- Friday, May 24, 2019
09.00 Hervé Moulin (U. Glasgow, UK and HSE, St Petersburg, Russia): Fair Division Guarantees and the Bid and Choose rule
09.50 Edith Elkind (U. Oxford, UK): Dividing a Graphical Cake.
10.40 Coffee break
11.20 Jérôme Lang (U. Paris Dauphine, France): Knowledge and fairness
12.10 Vasilis Gkatzelis (Drexel U., USA): A Truthful Cardinal Mechanism for One-Sided Matching
14.20 William Thomson (Rochester U., USA) Claims problems with endowment-bounded claims
15.10 Juan D. Moreno Ternero (U. Pablo de Olavide, Spain): A family of rules to share the revenues from broadcasting sport events.
16.00 Coffee break
16.30 Marco Dall’Aglio and Daniela Di Cagno (Luiss U., Italy) Algorithms in the court: Theory and experiments for the CREA project.
17.30: End of day 1 of the workshop.
- Saturday, May 25, 2019
09.00 Anna Bogomolnaia (U. Glasgow, UK, and HSE, St Petersburg, Russia): A simple Online Fair Division problem
09.50 Fedor Sandomirskiy (Technion, Israel and HSE St.Petersburg, Russia): Fair division with minimal sharing
10.40 Coffee break
11.20 Markus Brill (Technische U. Berlin, Germany): The Excess Method: A Multiwinner Approval Voting Procedure to Allocate Wasted Votes
12.10 Antonio Nicolò (U. Padova, Italy): Stable and efficient task assignment to pairs.
14.30 Informal roundtable: “Fair division in the judicial setting. Ideas for the CREA project”
15.30 End of day 2 of the workshop.
This workshop was funded by the European Union’s Justice Programme (2014-2020).