First up, TARK, Theoretical Aspects of Rationality and Knowledge. TARK draws from a broad range from theoretical computer science, AI, economics, linguistics, psychology and philosophy who try to model questions like what does it mean to know something, to be aware of it, to be rational about one's decisions and how do these models affect the outcome of various interactions.
Much of my recent research looks at finding the right ways to bring efficient computation (from a complexity theorists view) to economic models. My TARK papers, Program Equilibria and Discounted Computation Time and A Computational Theory of Awareness and Decision Making (with Nikhil Devanur) are two attempts in this direction.
This will be my first time tweeting conferences in case you want to follow at least some of what's going on.