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3rd ILLC Workshop on Collective Decision Making

The Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC) at the University of Amsterdam will host the 3rd ILLC Workshop on Collective Decision Making on 6-7 June 2019 in the historic centre of Amsterdam.

The scientific programme of this informal workshop will be structured around a number of invited talks on topics broadly related to the design and analysis of mechanisms for collective decision making. There will be an open poster session, one of those infamous rump sessions so beloved by the computational social choice research community, and plenty of time for discussion. Previous editions took place in 2013 and 2015.


Invited talks will be delivered by Antoinette Baujard (Saint-Étienne), Caspar Chorus (Delft), Umberto Grandi (Toulouse), Davide Grossi (Groningen), Ronald de Haan (Amsterdam), Arianna Novaro (Toulouse), Daniele Porello (Trento), Ton Storcken (Maastricht), Zoi Terzopoulou (Amsterdam), Matthijs van Veelen (Amsterdam), and Anaëlle Wilczynski (Munich).

The full programme will be announced closer to the time of the workshop. (Tentative schedule: start at 9:30am on Thursday and end by 5:30pm on Friday)


Please note that this list of abstracts is not yet complete.


Everyone is cordially invited to contribute to the open poster session. This is an inclusive event and we specifically invite submissions discussing work in progress (but you are equally welcome to simply submit, say, a poster you will also present at one of the major conferences this year). Submissions will be reviewed for relevance to the workshop only and, subject to space constraints, we intend to accept all reasonable submissions.

You can submit either an abstract of up to 500 words or a draft of the poster itself. Please submit a single PDF document anytime before the end of Monday, 20 May 2019 by following this link:

Early submissions are welcome and encouraged. We will try to let you know whether we can accommodate your poster within one week of receiving your submission.


We would like to get a realistic estimate of the number of attendees well in advance of the event, so as to be able to order the right amount of coffee. Here is how we hope to achieve this:

Early registration is free and possible using this form until Saturday, 25 May 2019.

Late registration costs € 10, to be paid in cash on site.

The first five registered participants will be offered a free copy of the book Trends in Computational Social Choice.


De Doelenzaal, University Library, Singel 425, Amsterdam

Trams 2, 11, and 12 stop at Koningsplein across the street. Metro 52 stops at Rokin, a 5-minute walk away. The main train station (Amsterdam Centraal) is a 20-minute walk away.


This workshop is organised by Ulle Endriss, with the help of Suzanne Bloks, Arthur Boixel, and Sirin Botan. Please feel free to contact anyone of us if there is something we can help you with.