Paper ACCEPTED AT EC1 May 2023
M. Brill and J. Peters. Robust and Verifiable Proportionality Axioms for Multiwinner Voting. Proceedings of the 24th ACM Conference on Economics and Computation (ACM-EC), 2023. Forthcoming. [ arxiv ]
Paper ACCEPTED AT IJCAI19 April 2023
M. Brill, E. Markakis, G. Papasotiropoulos, and J. Peters. Proportionality Guarantees in Elections with Interdependent Issues. Proceedings of the 32nd International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), 2023. Forthcoming.
PHD STUDENT WANTED13 April 2023
I'm looking for a PhD candidate at the University of Warwick. For details, click here.
paper accepted at MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING6 March 2023
The following paper has been accepted for the Special Issue of Mathematical Programming, Series B, on Mathematical Optimization and Fair Social Decisions
PhD Defense Ulrike30 November 2022
Ulrike Schmidt-Kraepelin successfully defended her PhD thesis. Congratulations!!! 🎉
Thanks to committee members Felix Brandt, Piotr Faliszewski, and David Pennock!
4 papers accepted at AAAI 202321 November 2022
The following four papers with ALGO members as coauthors have been accepted at AAAI 2023:
Markus Brill, Stefan Forster, Martin Lackner, Jan Maly, and Jannik Peters.
Proportionality in Approval-Based Participatory Budgeting
Markus Brill, Hayrullah Dindar, Jonas Israel, Jérôme Lang, Jannik Peters, and Ulrike Schmidt-Kraepelin.
Multiwinner Voting with Possibly Unavailable Candidates
Xinhang Lu, Jannik Peters, Haris Aziz, Xiaohui Bei, and Warut Suksompong.
Approval-Based Voting with Mixed Goods
Théo Delemazure, Tom Demeulemeester, Manuel Eberl, Jonas Israel, and Patrick Lederer.
Strategyproofness and Proportionality in Party-Approval Multiwinner Elections
Associated group member Niclas Boehmer is involved in further 3 papers.
PHD STUDENTS WANTED4 October 2022
Together with my new colleagues, I'm looking for PhD candidates at the University of Warwick. For details, click here.
PhD PRize FOr ULRIKE30 September 2022
Congratulations to Ulrike Schmidt-Kraepelin for being awarded the Dimitris N. Chorafas prize for her PhD work!
Berlin ➡️ Warwick19 September 2022
I moved to the University of Warwick (UK). My new website is here. The rest of the group stays in Berlin.
DAGSTUHL SEMINAR "ALGORITHMS FOR PARTICIPATORY DEMOCRACY"11 July 2022
I co-organized the Dagstuhl Seminar "Algorithms for Participatory Democracy". Ulrike Schmidt-Kraepelin gave a talk.
Invited Talk AT Hi!PARIS SYmposium13 June 2022
I gave an invited talk at the Hi! PARIS Symposium on AI and Society (Paris, 8-10 June 2022).
2 papers accepted at MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING10 June 2022
The following papers have been accepted for the Special Issue of Mathematical Programming, Series B, on Mathematical Optimization and Fair Social Decisions
L. Sánchez-Fernández, N. Fernández García, J. A. Fisteus, and M. Brill. The Maximin Support Method: An Extension of the D’Hondt Method to Approval-Based Multiwinner Elections. [ link | pdf ]
M. Brill, P. Gölz, D. Peters, U. Schmidt-Kraepelin, and K. Wilker. Approval-based apportionment. [ link | pdf ]
3 papers accepted at AAMAS 202219 December 2021
The following three papers with ALGO members as (co)authors have been accepted at AAMAS 2022:
Markus Brill, Niclas Boehmer, Ulrike Schmidt-Kraepelin. Proportional Representation in Matching Markets: Selecting Multiple Matchings under Dichotomous Preferences. [ arxiv ]
Ágnes Cseh, Jannik Peters. Three-Dimensional Popular Matching with Cyclic Preferences. [ arxiv ]
Ágnes Cseh, Tobias Friedrich, Jannik Peters. Pareto optimal and popular house allocation with lower and upper quotas. [ arxiv ]
5 papers accepted at AAAI 20221 December 2021
The following five papers with ALGO members as (co)authors have been accepted at AAAI 2022:
Markus Brill, Théo Delemazure, Anne-Marie George, Martin Lackner, and Ulrike Schmidt-Kraepelin. Liquid Democracy with Ranked Delegations. [pdf]
Markus Brill, Jonas Israel, Evi Micha, and Jannik Peters. Individual Representation in Approval-Based Committee Voting.
Edith Elkind, Piotr Faliszewski, Ayumi Igarashi, Pasin Manurangsi, Ulrike Schmidt-Kraepelin, and Warut Suksompong. The Price of Justified Representation.
Aviram Imber, Jonas Israel, Markus Brill, and Benny Kimelfeld. Approval-Based Committee Voting under Incomplete Information. [arxiv]
Jannik Peters. Online Elicitation of Necessarily Optimal Matchings.