The Fourth Annual ACM SIGecom Winter Meeting

The Fourth SIGecom Winter Meeting will take place Thursday, February 15, 2024, at 11am–5pm Eastern time.

The SIGecom Winter Meeting brings together researchers from economics and computation and adjacent communities. It takes the form of a workshop focusing on a topic of interest in economics and computation, with the goal of building community and strengthening research connections.

This year's topic is behavioral models. The meeting will feature two introductory talks and four research presentations that reflect an array of perspectives and active research directions. The event will also feature a fireside conversation with Noam Nisan and Al Roth.


The event is free of charge, but registration is required for access to the virtual space. Register Here!

Virtual Venue

Enter the virtual venue here! See here for a guide to using Gather.

The workshop will take place on the platform. This platform provides a 2d layout in which participants can navigate an avatar using the arrow keys. When a group of avatars are in close proximity, a video conference is started. Tables and chairs provide private video conferencing space. Talks will take place in a Zoom meeting that can be accessed by entering the seminar room and clicking 'x'. Please note that you will need to register to obtain the login credentials.

The first time that you log in, you will need to authenticate with the Gather system. We recommend logging in early to avoid delays with authentication!

Authentication instructions: once the venue opens, click the link above and log in with the email address that you used to register for the meeting. You will be emailed a six-digit code that you will use to authenticate your email address. Once you've been authenticated, you can enter the venue by following the link above.

For technical assistance, please contact


All times listed in US Eastern Time Zone (ET). See here for detailed schedule including abstracts.

Organizing Committee

Organizers: Sigal Oren and Ran Shorrer