My take on computer science --
algorithms, networking, information theory --
and related items.
Wednesday, November 07, 2012
NYCE (New York Computer Science and Economics Day) Announcement
I was asked to post the following:
We are pleased to announce that NYCE 2012, the fifth annual New York Computer Science and Economics Day, will be held in New York City on Monday, December 3rd. ** General Information The goal of NYCE is to bring together researchers from the larger New York metropolitan area interested in computer science, economics, marketing, and business. This year, our organizing theme is ``The Economics of Big Data, Information, and Privacy.'' NYCE features both invited talks and shorter contributed talks and posters (see below for details). This year, our invited speakers are Alessandro Acquisti (CMU), Moshe Babaioff (Microsoft Research), Tim Roughgarden (Stanford), Michael Schwarz (Google), and Catherine Tucker (MIT). NYCE 2012 will be held at the Simons Foundation on December 3rd, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. For more information, please go to our website: https://sites.google.com/site/nyce1212/ ** Contributed Talks and Posters Students are invited to present their work in the form of posters or short (10 minute) talks on any subject of interest to the NYCE community; these include (but are not limited to) theoretical, modeling, algorithmic, and empirical work on advertising and marketing based on search, user-generated content, social networks, or other means of monetizing the Internet. If you are interested in presenting your work at NYCE, simply submit an abstract by Thursday, November 8th (3 days after the STOC deadline). ** Registration Advance registration (free, thanks to our generous sponsors) is now open. You can register at https://sites.google.com/site/nyce1212/registration/until November 20th. After that date, on-site registration is available for a fee of $25. -- Dirk Bergemann, Sham Kakade, Nitish Korula, and Aaron Roth.