With FOCS submissions sent off and EC rejections in hand, its time to think about presenting your work at a workshop, and chat with your colleagues doing similar things.
If you are working on something at the intersection of algorithmic game theory and machine learning (this includes e.g. the sample complexity of auction design, or learning from revealed preferences, or learning from censored feedback), then you should consider the "Algorithmic Game Theory and Data Science" workshop that we'll be running during EC 2015. Conveniently, this is at FCRC, so if you were planning on attending EC or STOC (or SIGmetrics, or CCC, or...) you'll already be there in Portland.
Deadline is in 10 days!