The Workshop on Future Directions in Computational Social Choice was the final event organised by COST Action IC1205. It was centred around a number of invited talks that were showcasing some of the results obtained during the four years in which the Action has been active and it offered a glimpse at future research directions in the field. It also included an open poster session and a rump session. The organisers were Péter Biró, Ágnes Cseh, and Ulle Endriss.
The invited speaker were Simina Brânzei (Jerusalem), Markus Brill (Berlin), László Csató (Budapest), Ágnes Cseh (Budapest), Andreas Darmann (Graz), Ronald de Haan (Vienna), Zsuzsanna Jankó (Budapest), Svetlana Obraztsova (Jerusalem), Jan Christoph Schlegel (Lausanne), Piotr Skowron (Oxford), Marija Slavkovik (Bergen), and Balázs Sziklai (Budapest).
For full details, please refer to the Budapest 2016 website and the Call for Participation.