Workshop on Strategies, Prediction, Interaction, and Reasoning in Italy


Aims and Focus
SPIRIT workshop aims at gathering the scientific communities on artificial intelligence, machine learning, theoretical computer science, multi-agent systems, and microeconomics to promote their integration and contamination.

Over the past fifteen years, researchers in artificial intelligence, machine learning, theoretical computer science, multi-agent systems, and microeconomics have joined forces to tackle problems involving incentives and computation. Interestingly, while microeconomics provides computer science with the basic models, computer science raises crucial questions related to computation and learning that suggest the study of new models. The result is a synergic integration of all these fields. Interestingly, the final goal is the provision of rigorous, theoretically-proved methods to deal with multiple strategic players.

In the last years, these topics were central in the AI/ML venues, as demonstrated by the large number of papers awarded with the best paper awards in conferences such as IJCAI and NeurIPS and the AI projects awarded with the Marvin Minsky Medal. The aim of this workshop is to bring together the rich variety of scientists that AIxIA attracts in order to have a multidisciplinary forum within which to discuss and analyze current and novel challenges.

SPIRIT22 will provide different perspectives to the research in these fields, including bluesky ideas, presentations of papers previously published in premier AI/Ml conferences, and ongoing doctoral research contributions.

Key Dates

Paper Submission Deadline: October 15, 2022
Final Decisions: November 5, 2022
Camera Ready Deadline: November 19, 2022
Workshop: November 29, 2022

Call for Papers

We invite high-quality paper submissions on the following topics (broadly construed, this is not an exhaustive list).

Algorithmic game theory / Algorithmic mechanism design / Algorithmic social choice / Applications of algorithms for games / Convergence and multi-agent learning in games / Formal methods for strategic reasoning / Knowledge reasoning / Multi-agents systems / Multi-agent learning / No-regret learning and bounds / Social networks / Strategy logics / Synthesis of strategies

Submissions can be of three categories:

Five pages plus one devoted only to references are allowed. The template should follow NeurIPS format. Submissions must be in PDF format and will be handled via the EasyChair Conference system at the following link.


Nicola Gatti
Associate Professor, Politecnico di Milano
Aniello Murano
Associate Professor, University of Naples Federico II


The workshop organizers wish to thank the following collaborators for their assistance with reviewing submitted papers.

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