Announcement

Lieu : MRSH, Université de Caen
Début : 08/07/2014
Fin : 12/07/2014
Responsable(s) scientifique(s) :

 

Ecole thématique CNRS –COST Action IC1205 Summer School

Interdisciplinary Analysis of Voting Rules

At Maison de la Recherche en Sciences Humaine Normandie

University of Caen Basse Normandie, Caen, France

July 8-12th 2014.

 

Organizers : Annick Laruelle and Vincent Merlin

 

 

 

The objective of the summer school “Interdisciplinary Analysis of Voting Rules” is to present to PhD students, post doctoral fellows and young researchers tools from political science, economics, experimental economics, game theory, computer science, mathematics, for the analysis of voting rules and electoral reforms.  The summer school consists in seven three-hour courses, and several research papers presentations. Students will have the opportunity to present their own works during poster sessions.

The COST action IC1205 “Computational Social Choice” will offer grants to students coming from European countries participating to this action.  To check whether your country is one of 31 members of the action, please check at:

http://www.cost.eu/domains_actions/ict/Actions/IC1205?parties

The summer school will not charge any registration fee. It will propose accommodations at the university residency (in rooms with shared bathrooms) during the summer school at a low price (less than 100€ for 6 days).

Applications should be sent by email to Annick Laruelle (a.laruelle@ikerbasque.org) by March 25th, 2014. Each application should contain a CV and (for Ph. D. students) a letter of recommendation from the advisor. Those who wish to present a poster should send an extended abstract (3 pages, including references).  Applicants should indicate whether they wish to benefit from the grants offered by the COST action. The summer school will accept a maximal number of 45 participants.

Important dates:            

Deadline for Submission: March 25th

Notification of Acceptance : April 15th

Deadline for registration: May 30th