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Spyros Kontogiannis <[log in to unmask]>
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Spyros Kontogiannis <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 15 Jun 2006 06:31:56 -0400
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Dear colleagues,

due to several requests, the PC of the 2nd international workshop on
Internet & Network Economics (WINE 2006) has decided to extend the
submission deadline to Wednesday 21, 2006.

For any further information please consult the official WINE 2006 site

Best regards,

Spyros Kontogiannis
(on behalf of WINE 2006 PC)

------------------- WINE 2006 CFP FOLLOWS -------------------

|                            WINE 2006                             |
|    2nd International Workshop on Internet & Network Economics    |
|                  December 15--17, Patra, GREECE                  |
|                                                                  |
|                     http://wine2006.cti.gr/                      |
|                                                                  |
|                    (LAST) CALL FOR PAPERS                        |
|                                                                  |
|                [apologies for multiple receipts]                 |


There  has  been a growing trend in merging theories, methodologies,
and   applications  in  Computer  Science,  Economics,  Mathematics,
Management   Sciences  for  solving   problems  arisen  in  Internet
technologies,  grid  computing,  network communication protocols, as
well  as  social  economic  issues  in  virtual  communities enabled
through World Wide Web.

The   Workshop   on  Internet  &  Network  Economics  (WINE)  is  an
interdisciplinary  conference  that  intends  to provide a forum for
researchers  as  well  as practitioners to exchange innovative ideas
and to be aware of each other’s efforts and results. The 2nd edition
of WINE (WINE 2006) will take place from the  15th  to  the  17th of
December 2006, in Patra (Greece).

This   year's   WINE   will  emphasize  on  solid  foundational  and
mathematical work on the topics of the conference. Papers presenting
original  research  on all aspects of the fields of algorithmic game
theory are sought. Typical but not exclusive topics of interest are:

 * Ad hoc networking and communities,
 * algorithmic game theory and online algorithms,
 * algorithmic mechanism design,
 * auction algorithms and analysis,
 * computational general equilibrium and approximation,
 * coordination and collective action,
 * digital goods and information markets,
 * e-commerce payment and exchange protocols,
 * economics of internet security,
 * fixed point algorithms,
 * incentive compatible protocols,
 * indivisible goods equilibrium,
 * information economics,
 * knowledge economy and intellectual product pricing,
 * majority equilibrium,
 * price differentiation and price dynamics,
 * pricing models for network congestion protocols,
 * pricing of software system,
 * grid computing and utility computing,
 * public policy and Internet governance,
 * reputation systems,
 * security issues and protocols in social networks,
 * social engineering,
 * strategic data mining,
 * strategy-proof protocols,
 * other related topics.


Authors  are  invited to submit an extended abstract of no more than
12  pages  in  LNCS style presenting original research on any of the
research fields related to WINE. No simultaneous submission to other
publication  outlets  (either a conference or a journal) is allowed.
All  submissions  will  be rigorously peer reviewed and evaluated on
the  basis  of  the  quality  of  their  contribution,  originality,
soundness, and significance. The final version will be restricted to
12  pages (in LNCS style). Industrial application works and position
papers presenting novel ideas, issues, challenges and directions are
all  welcome.  PC  members are also eligible to submit papers. These
papers  will also undergo the typical reviewing procedure, but there
will   be   a   separate   committee  to  judge  their  quality  and

Our  proceedings  will be published by the Lecture Notes in Computer
Science  (LNCS)   series  of  Springer  Publications.  Additionally,
ALGORITHMICA  and  Theoretical  Computer Science (TCS) journals will
publish  selected papers from the conference. It is recommended that
submissions  adhere  to the specified format and length. Submissions
that  are  clearly  too long may be rejected immediately. Additional
material  intended  for  the  referee but not for publication in the
final  version  -for  example  details of proofs- may be placed in a
clearly  marked  appendix  that  is not included in the page limit.

The submission procedure is NOT YET AVAILABLE.


 * Prof. Xiaotie Deng, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R.
 * Prof. Abraham Neyman, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
 * Prof. Mihalis Yannakakis, Columbia University, USA


 * Submission [NEW]: 23:00 June 21, 2006, Samoan Time.
 * Notification: August 1, 2006
 * Camera Ready: September 1, 2006


 * Xi Chen (Tsinghua University, China)
 * Xiaotie Deng (City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R.)
 * Daniel Grosu (Wayne State University, USA)
 * Kamal Jain (Microsoft Research, USA)
 * Ehud Kalai (Northwestern University, USA)
 * Ming-Yang Kao (Northwestern University, USA)
 * Spyros Kontogiannis (University of Ioannina, Greece)
 * Elias Koutsoupias (University of Athens, Greece)
 * Vangelis Markakis (University of Toronto, Canada)
 * Marios Mavronicolas (University of Cyprus, Cyprus) – COCHAIR
 * Igal Milchtaich (Bar-Ilan University, Israel)
 * Dov Monderer (Tel Aviv University, Israel)
 * Burkhard Monien (University of Paderborn, Germany)
 * Christos Papadimitriou (University of California at Berkeley, USA)
 * Maria Serna (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain)
 * Paul Spirakis (Computer Technology Institute, Greece) – CHAIR
 * Eva Tardos (Cornell University, USA)
 * Vijay Vazirani (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)


 * Xiaotie Deng (City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R.)
 * Ehud Kalai (Northwestern University, USA)
 * Christos Papadimitriou (University of California at Berkeley, USA)
 * Paul Spirakis (Computer Technology Institute, Greece) – CHAIR
 * Yinyu Ye (Stanford University, USA)

For  further  information,  please consult the official WINE2006 web
site at the URL http://wine2006.cti.gr/.