Participation Dagstuhl Seminar

From October 30th to November 4th, Christina Johanna Liepold had the chance to participate in the Leibniz Center for Informatics’ Dagstuhl Seminar 22441 “Optimization at the Second Level”.

This seminar focused on bringing together experts in theoretical computer science and experts in combinatorial optimization to summarize the status quo of robust optimization and bilevel optimization, identify central research lines on the computational and implementational front, and identify central research lines in theoretical computer science, as for instance in parameterized complexity and approximability. In addition, also junior researcher and doctoral students were invited to present their current research in the realm of second level optimization.

Christina presented one of her current research projects “Incentivizing Truthfulness in Core-Stable Intermediated Combinatorial Exchanges with Budget Constraints”, which is joint work with Maximilian Schiffer.

Further information on the Seminar as well as on the seminar series in general can be found here.