Workshop on Fair Resource Allocation:

Concepts, Algorithms and Complexity

The Workshop on Fair Resource Allocation: Concepts, Algorithms and Complexity will be held in conjunction with the 22nd ACM Conference on Economics and Computation (EC 2021). The workshop will take place 23-24 July (Friday-Saturday) with live presentations on zoom.

Scope

Fair division has attracted the attention of various scientific disciplines, including mathematics, economics, and political science. During the last two decades, the algorithmic aspects of fair division have been the focus of a particularly active line of work within the computer science community. In particular, in the last few years, fair division has been in the forefront of research in EC, as well as other prestigious venues in Theoretical Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence. The workshop will serve as a forum for presenting the highlights of recent advances in fair division, for fostering collaborations between the members of the EC audience, and for discussing potential future directions in this area.

To obtain access to the zoom link for the workshop, interested participants will need to register for EC 2021. See more information here.

Organizers

Georgios Amanatidis, University of Essex

Georgios Birmpas, Sapienza University of Rome

Aris Filos-Ratsikas, University of Liverpool

Alexandros Voudouris, University of Essex