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 currently working on a project funded by the European Union (Justice Action Grant 766463) to apply fair division procedure to legal matters.

Vito Franco Fragnelli
He is Associate Professor of Game Theory at University of Eastern Piedmont. His scientific contributions are on Cost allocation problems, Operations Research games, Bankruptcy games, Fair division, Electoral systems, Co-insurance games, Emergency management with about 130 papers, more than 80 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 research 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 visiting professor at several universities.

Jerome Lang
He is a full-time researcher at CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) and is affiliated with LAMSADE, PSL Research University, Université Paris-Dauphine. His interests include computational social choice (in particular voting, fair division, coalition formation, judgment aggregation) and knowledge representation and reasoning (in particular reasoning about beliefs, knowledge and action, as well as preference representation). He is an advisory committee member of Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, an associate editor of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems and of Social Choice and Welfare, and a member of the editorial board of Synthese. He will be the program chair of ECAI-IJCAI 2018. He is a co-editor of the Handbook of Computational Social Choice (Cambridge University Press).

Ricardo Martinez
He is associate professor at the Department of Economics of the University of Granada, Spain. He received his Ba. in Mathematics from University of Valencia (Spain) and PhD from University of Alicante, after which he spent two years at Brown University with a Fulbright post-doctoral Fellowship. He has also have appointments at other universities universities such as Universidad Carlos III or University of Malaga. His research topics are social welfare and social choice. In the first field he is currently focused on the measurement of welfare, mainly on human development. As for the second topic, he works on cost allocation problems and claims problems.

Juan Moreno-Ternero
He is a Professor at the Department of Economics, University Pablo de Olavide (Seville) and an Affiliate Research Fellow at the Seoul National University Center for Distributive Justice. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Alicante and was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Political Science, Yale University, and at CORE, Université catholique de Louvain. His research interests include distributive justice, welfare economics, health economics, and political economy. He has published some 40 articles on these topics in important journals. He has acted as principal investigator of competitive research projects funded by the Spanish Government since 2009. He has given numerous invited talks at universities worldwide, and contributed to many international conferences. He has been a co-organizer and member of the scientific committee of several international workshops and conferences. He currently serves as co-Editor of the journals Mathematical Social Sciences, and SERIEs (Journal of the Spanish Economic Association), as well as Associate Editor of Economic Theory and Economic Theory Bulletin.

Stefano Moretti
He is researcher at the CNRS since 2009. He is a member of LAMSADE, 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 the interaction on networks. He is author of 45 articles published in international journals, 16 articles published in the proceedings of international conferences with selection committee and more than 10 papers published as chapters of books.