Call for Papers

The full Call for Papers is also available in text format.

We welcome submissions on all aspects of computational social choice. On top of this, we specifically invite papers focusing on questions at the interface of social choice and AI. Topics of interest will therefore include, but not be limited to:

We invite the submission of technical papers describing original and unpublished work as well as position papers discussing open problems and research challenges or outlining new directions for our field. We specifically welcome technical papers reporting on work in progress. Position papers will be evaluated on their originality and perceived appeal to the target audience of the workshop; interdisciplinary work is especially welcome.

All submissions will be reviewed by the programme committee. Accepted contributions will be included in the informal workshop notes, which will be distributed at the workshop (in electronic form). We do not plan to edit formally published proceedings. Instead, we hope that authors will be able to use the feedback received during the reviewing process and the workshop itself when preparing their work for submission to an archival conference or a journal at a later time.