News 2018

2018

  • 14. 11. 2018. Our student assistant Attila Juhos won 1st prize at the Scientific Conference for Students (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics). His thesis ‘Egalitarian solutions in the stable roommates problem’ was supervised by Ágnes Cseh and Tamás Fleiner.
  • 09. Article “The complexity of cake cutting with unequal shares” written by Ágnes Cseh and Tamás Fliener was winner of the ‘best paper award’ price at SATG 2018 Conference.
  • 06.2018 Ágnes Cseh won the 1st prize at the Science Communication Competition of the magazine “Élet és Tudomány.”
  • 06.2018 The paper of Ágnes Cseh and Tamás Fleiner on “The complexity of cake cutting with unequal shares” has been accepted to SAGT 2018.
  • 14-17.06.2018 Presentations at the 14th Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, Seoul, South Korea. Ata Atay: “On bargaining sets of supplier-firm-buyer games.” Ágnes Cseh: “New and simple algorithms for stable flow problems.” Tamás Fleiner: “Possible and necessary allocations.” Zsuzsanna Jankó: “Trading networks with frictions.”
  • 05-01.06.2018 Ata Atay gave a talk “On bargaining sets of supplier-firm-buyer games” at SEIO 2018, Oviedo, Spain.
  • 28-30.05.2018 Tim Roughgarden (Stanford University) visited our research group and gave an invited talk at the Corvinus Game Theory seminar.
  • 25-28.05.2018 Péter Biró, Ágnes Cseh, Zsuzsanna Jankó and Tamás Fleiner participated in the workshop of the MTA-ELTE Egerváry Research Group in Mátraháza, Hungary.
  • 21-27.05.2018 Matthias Mnich (Bonn University) visited our research group to conduct research on “Fine-grained complexity of matching problems,” supported by the COST Action on European Network for Game Theory.
  • 12-13.05.2018 Invited talks at the 2018 Conference on Mechanism and Institution Design, Durham, UK. Péter Biró: “Complexity of finding efficient allocations of highest welfare.” Tamás Fleiner: “Efficient assignments in generalized roommates problems.”
  • 06-19.05.2018 Kavitha Telikepalli visited our group to conduct research with Ágnes Cseh on popular matchings for roommates problems and she gave an invited talk at the Corvinus Game Theory seminar.
  • 04.2018 The paper of Tamás Fleiner, Zsuzsanna Jankó, Ravi Jagadeesan and Alex Teytelboym on “Trading Networks with Frictions” has been accepted to EC 2018.
  • 18-20.04.2018 Péter Biró visited Matt Leduc at Aix-Marseille School of Economics, France and gave an invited talk on “Optimisation techniques for designing matching markets” at their seminar.
  • 04-11.04.2018 Alex Popa and Radu-Stefan Mincu (University of Bucharest) visited Péter Biró under a short-time scientific mission supported by the CA15210 ENCKEP COST Action to conduct research on integer programming for international kidney exchanges.
  • 04-08.2018 Ágnes Cseh gave a talk on “Stable flows” at the 23rd Coalition Theory Network Workshop, Maastricht, Netherlands.
  • 19-21.03.2018 Ágnes Cseh visited Matthias Mnich at Maastricht University, Netherlands and she gave an invited talk at the game theory seminar of Maastricht University.
  • 19-23.03.2018 William Petterson (University of Glasgow) visited Péter Biró under a short-term scientific mission supported by the CA15210 ENCKEP COST to conduct research on kidney exchange simulations.
  • 16-17.03.2018 Péter Biró participated in the Matching in Practice Workshop in Cologne, Germany.
  • 15-17.03.2018 We gave two invited talks at the COST Workshop on Algorithmic Game Theory, Rome, Italy. Péter Biró: “Optimisation techniques for finding stable matchings in two-sided markets.” Ágnes Cseh: “The complexity of cake cutting with unequal shares.” Supported by that COST Action.
  • 06-09.03.2018 Péter Biró was invited by Walter Kern and Daniel Paulusma to Twente University, Netherland, to conduct research on international kidney exchange games.
  • 12-23.02.2018 Ata Atay visited Marina Nunez and her research group at University of Barcelona, Spain, to conduct research on multi-sided assignment games.
  • 13-16.02.2018 Ágnes Cseh attended the CAPS-COST workshop, Brussels, Belgium, on ”Connecting Technologies for the Social Good,” representing the COST Action IC1205, supported by COST.
  • 12-14.02.2018 Péter Biró, Rita Fleiner, and Tamás Fleiner participated in the Prague workshop of the ENCKEP COST Action. Biró gave a talk on “Handbook 2 of WG1: Modelling and Optimisation.”
  • 01-03.02.2018 Péter Biró, Márton Gyetvai, and Réka Kis-Benedek visited Ana Viana and her research group at INESC TEC Porto, Portugal, to conduct research on optimisation models for kidney exchanges, supported by the CA15210 ENCKEP COST Action. Péter Biró gave a seminar talk on “Optimisation in two-sided matching markets.”
  • 01.2018 The paper of Kolos Ágoston, Péter Biró and Richárd Szántó on “Stable project allocation under distributional constraints” has been accepted for publication at Operations Research Perspectives.