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AISB event Bulletin Item

COST-ADT Doctoral School on Computational Social Choice

http://algodec.org

COST-ADT Doctoral School on Computational Social Choice, April 2010

The European Science Foundations COST Action on Algorithmic Decision Theory will sponsor a doctoral school on Computational Social Choice during 9-14 April 2010 in Estoril, near Lisbon, Portugal.

All interested PhD students, working in fields such as Computational Social Choice, (classical) Social Choice Theory and related areas of Mathematical Economics, Multiagent Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Logic, Theoretical Computer Science, as well as Operations Research and Decision Analysis, are encouraged to apply (by sending a CV and a short cover letter).

The doctoral school can accommodate up to 30 participants. The registration fee is EUR 225 (full pension). Applications must be received by the end of January 2010.

Further (preliminary) information is available at http://algodec.org.