[Haskell] Call for Participation: AAMAS 2005 Conference on Autonomous Agents & Multiagent Systems

Matthias Klusch klusch at dfki.de
Thu Mar 17 09:27:42 EST 2005

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               Call for PARTICIPATION

       4th International Joint Conference AAMAS on

        Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems

                  July 25 - 29, 2005

         Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Technical program: http://www.aamas2005.nl/technical_program.php

On-line registration: http://www.aamas2005.nl/registration.php

On-line hotel reservation: http://www.aamas2005.nl/accommodation.php

About the conference

Agents are one of the most prominent and attractive technologies in
computer science at the beginning of the new milennium.
The technologies, methods, and theories of agents and multiagent systems
are currently contributing to many diverse domains such as information
retrieval, user interfaces, electronic commerce, robotics, computer
mediated collaboration, computer games, education and training,
ubiquitous computing, and social simulation. They not only are a very
promising technology, but are also emerging as a new way of thinking,
a conceptual paradigm for analyzing problems and for designing systems,
for dealing with complexity, distribution, and interactivity, while
providing a new perspective on computing and intelligence.

The aim of this conference series established in 1995 is to provide a
single, high-profile, internationally renowned forum for research
in theory and practice of autonomous agents and multiagent systems.
In particular, it brings together the world's researchers active
in this important, vibrant, and rapidly growing field.

AAMAS 2005 events include 29 workshops and 13 tutorials given by
distinguished experts in the field, as well as an agent school,
and doctoral mentoring program.

   AAMAS 2005 Workshops: http://www.aamas2005.nl/workshops.php

   AAMAS 2005 Tutorials: http://www.aamas2005.nl/tutorials.php

   EASSS 2005 European Agent Systems Summer School:

   AAMAS 2005 Doctoral Mentoring:

For more information please visit  http://www.aamas2005.nl
or please contact one of the co-chairs:

General co-chairs
     Sarit Kraus, Bar-Ilan University / University of Maryland
     Munindar Singh, North Carolina State University

Program co-chairs
     Sven Koenig, University of Southern California
     Michael Wooldridge, University of Liverpool

Local organization chair
     Frank Dignum, Utrecht University

  Your are very cordially invited to participate in one of the
major events of the year in the area of agent-based computing!

We are looking forward to welcome you in Utrecht!

The AAMAS 2005 Organizational Board

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