GREAT WEEK GReece Economic and Algorithmic Theory Week
July 24-28, 2017, Armenistis, Ikaria, Greece.


The GReece Economic and Algorithmic Theory Week brings together researchers from academia and industrial research working in the interface between economic theory and algorithms. Topics include mechanism design, market design, computational equilibria, price of anarchy, selfish routing, market equilibrium, and social networks and applications such as spectrum auctions, advertising auctions, and crowdsourcing. There is a technical program of tutorial talks given by invitees as well as ample time for informal discussion and collaboration.

GREAT Nostalgia: GREAT 2011, GREAT 2014.


08.00-10.00 arrivals breakfast (provided) departures
11:00-14:00 Weinberg+Piliouras (Cryptocurrencies) Morgenstern+Roth (Fairness in ML) Fu+Hartline+Leyton-Brown+Saberi (peer grading)
14:00-18:00 lunch at fish tavern Kialaris, research time lunch (on your own), research time
18:00-21:00 Papadimitriou+Piliouras (Dynamical Systems) Dimakis (GANs) Lykouris+Nekipelov+Tardos (Online Learning)
21:00 dinner on your own dinner at Christos Raches (transportation provided) dinner at Feidos Festival (transportation provided)


Confirmed participants: Aaron Roth (UPenn), Alex Psomas (UC Berkeley and CMU), Alexandros Dimakis (UT Austin), Amin Saberi (Stanford), Amos Fiat (Tel Aviv U), Angelina Vidali (De Montfort University), Anna Karlin (UW), Aviad Rubinstein (UC Berkeley and Harvard U), Bernhard von Stengel (LSE), Christos Papadimitriou (UC Berkeley and Columbia U), Constantinos Daskalakis (MIT), Denis Nekipelov (University of Virginia), Eddie Nikolova (UT Austin), Elias Koutsoupias (Oxford U), Eva Tardos (Cornell), Georgios Piliouras (SUTD), Giorgos Christodoulou (Liverpool U), Hu Fu (UBC), Itai Ashlagi (Stanford), Jamie Morgenstern (UPenn, MSR-NY, Gatech), Jason Hartline (Northwestern), Kevin Leyton Brown (UBC), Kira Goldner (UW), Manolis Pountourakis (UT Austin), Matt Weinberg (Princeton), Michal Feldman (Tel Aviv U), Mihalis Yannakakis (Columbia U), Nick Gravin (SUFE), Nicole Immorlica (MSR-NE), Nikhil Devanur (MSR-Redmond), Nima Haghpanah (Penn State), Paul Spirakis (Liverpool U), Rahul Savani (Liverpool U), Richard Cole (NYU), Shaddin Dughmi (USC), Thanasis Lianeas (UT Austin), Thodoris Lykouris (Cornell), Vangelis Markakis (AUEB), Vasilis Gkatzelis (Drexel U), Yang Cai (McGill), Yannai A. Gonczarowski (Hebrew U and MSR)


GREAT Week takes place on the Greek island of Ikaria. Accommodation for participants is at the Erofili Beach Hotel at Armenistis. The technical program will be held in the conference room of the hotel.

We suggest arrivals be on Monday, July 24 and departures on Friday, July 28. We suggest flying to Athens and taking a ferry or plane from there. Options include:


Constantinos DaskalakisMIT
Christos PapadimitriouUC Berkeley and Columbia University