New York Computer Science and Economics Day
When: Friday, May 19
Where: Stern School of Business, New York University (NYU)
44 West 4th Street, New York NY 10012
Call for presentations and posters
NYCE 2016 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 We are looking for work that is unpublished or published recently: no more than two years ago, and preferably in the past year.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 presentation slots for short 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.
Due to time and space constraints, we may not be able to accommodate all submissions.
All submissions are due by April 3. Notifications will be sent out by April 15. Submit using this form. Only a title and abstract are necessary for submission. If you have a link to a paper, you may include that as well in the submission.
Registration: Please complete this registration form no later than May 6.
Registration fee is only $25 for professionals and $10 for students and is required for all attendants. Limited on-site registration will be available. However, the number of such slots is limited and could be exhausted rather quickly.
If you change your plans please "unregister" by contacting the organizers. Unfortunately, registration fees are nonrefundable.
- Amy Greenwald (Brown University)
- Ilan Lobel (NYU Stern)
- Renato Paes Leme (Google Research)
- James Wright (Microsoft Research)