Encarnación Algaba
She is Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics II of the Advanced Engineering School in Seville University. Her main research line is about Cooperative Games on Combinatorial Structures with relevant contributions in the area. She is Spanish representative in the SING committee. She has organized diverse courses, streams in International Conferences and worshops on Game Theory. She has been invited speaker in various universities and has given numerous talks in International Conferences.

Marco Dall’Aglio
He is associate professor of mathematics for economics at Luiss University, Rome. His scientific interests are in the fields of game theory, social choice theory and operations research, with a special attention to fair division problems. He has been invited as a research scholar by the University of California, Santa Barbara, by the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, and has given many invited talks throughout Europe and the US. He is Italian representative in the SING committee.

Vito Franco Fragnelli
He is Associate Professor of Game Theory. His scientific contributions are on Cost allocation problems, Operations Research games, Bankruptcy games, Fair division, Electoral systems, Co-insurance games, Emergency management with more than 110 papers, more than 70 of which with international diffusion. He is in the Editorial Board of Operations Research and Decisions. He was Italian representative in the SING committee; he was responsible of several projects; he organized several International Meetings and Workshops; he was invited speaker at various Workshops. He organizes and directs the series of Summer Schools “Game Theory and …” from 2012 and was involved in several other Schools. He was invited at several universities.

Gianfranco Gambarelli
He is full professor of Mathematics and Game Theory at the Department of Management, Economics and Quantitative Methods of Bergamo University, where he has been Deputy Rector and Dean of Faculty. He belongs to the Editorial Boards of several international scientific journals and is author of more than a hundred scientific papers and twelve books on topics of pure and applied Mathematics and Game Theory. He has been visiting professor in Argentina, China, Colombia, U.S.A. and in a lot of European countries.

Laurent Gourvès
He is researcher at the CNRS (French institute for scientific research) since 2006. He got his PhD in 2005 from the university of Evry (France) and the habilitation in 2014 from the university of Paris-Dauphine. His research area is the algorithmic aspects of game theory, optimization, decision and social choice. He is the author of 18 articles in international journals and 33 papers in international conferences.

Gianluigi Greco
He is Associate Professor of Computer Science at University of Calabria. His research activities are focused on the theoretical foundations of Artificial Intelligence. He published more than 130 papers in international journals and conferences. He was visiting researcher at the Oxford University Computing Laboratory (2006), and invited Professor at the University of Paris, Dauphine, Lamsade Department (2014). In 2008, his paper “Pure Nash Equilibria: Hard and Easy Games” received the IJCAI-JAIR Best Paper Prize. In 2009, he received the “Marco Somalvico Award”, which is annually awarded by the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence (AI*IA) to an Italian young researcher for significant contributions to the AI. In 2014, he received the “Kurt Gödel Research Prize Fellowship”, awarded by the Kurt Gödel Society for outstanding contributions to Logical Foundations of Artificial Intelligence.

Stefano Moretti
He is researcher at the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, the French institute for scientific research) since 2009. He is a member of LAMSADE (Laboratoire d’Analyse et Modélisation de Systèmes pour l’Aide à la décision), a laboratory of Paris Dauphine University. He graduated in Environmental Science in 1999 from the University of Genoa, in Italy, and he was awarded from the same university with a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics in 2006. In 2008, he was also awarded with a Ph.D. in Game Theory at Tilburg University, The Netherlands. His main research interests deal with cooperative game theory, and with the application of game theoretic models to the analysis of networks and to bioinformatics. He is the author of 39 articles published in international journals, and 8 articles published in the proceedings of international conferences with selection committee.

Maria Serna
She is a Full Professor in Computer Science at the Technical University of Catalonia since 2006. Her scientific area of interest is algorithms and complexity including graph theoretic problems, algorithmic game theory, probabilistic methods in algorithms, protocols and algorithms for sensor networks, and adversarial queuing theory. She has published more than 100 papers in most of the well-known computer science conferences and journals. She has been chair on several program committees and has worked in numerous program committees of leading conferences. She has been site leader in the AEOLUS and ASCE projects and has participated in many other European and Spanish projects.