[Elsnet-list] EASSS 2006: Final Call For Tutorials

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The eighth edition of the European Agent Systems Summer School
                    will be organised by

                    Université de Savoie
                       Annecy, France
                      17-21 July 2006

Researchers and teachers in this field are invited to submit
a proposal for a course. A typical course is 4 hours in total,
but deviations are possible. For an impression, the courses of
2001 are collected in the LNAI series of Springer Verlag
(No 2086). Programs of previous editions of EASSS can be
found at the AgentLink website

The summer schools attract about 125 students each year. We
intend to pay a modest contribution towards tutor expenses,
but each tutor is encouraged to book and pay his/her own travel
and accommodation to and in Annecy.

Tutors are encouraged to submit a propsosal for a course,
including a 1 page description mentioning experience of the
tutor, level of the course (beginners, advanced), duration
(2, 6, or, preferably, 4 hours) and needs for equipment.

Deadline for proposals:         December 17, 2005.
Notification:                   January 23, 2006
material for reader (< 26 pp)   April 23, 2006

The proposals should be sent to Mehdi Dastani (mehdi at cs.uu.nl).

The EASSS06 committee consists of

Marc-Philippe Huget (local chair)       Annecy, France
Wiebe van der Hoek                      Liverpool, UK
Michael Luck                            Southampton, UK
Onn Shehory                             Tel Aviv, Israel
Carles Sierra                           Barcelona, Spain
Gerhard Weiss                           Munchen, Germany
Mike Wooldridge                         Liverpool, UK
Mehdi Dastani (chair)                   Utrecht, The Netherlands

For infomration about local organisation please contact
Marc-Philippe Huget (Marc-Philippe.Huget at univ-savoie.fr).

Kind regards,
EASSS06 organising committee.


    * action selection and planning in multi-/agent systems
    * adaptation, evolution and learning in multi-/agent systems
    * agent-based simulation and modeling
    * agent communication, agent dialogues and agent conversations
    * agents, ontologies, web services and semantic web
    * agent-oriented software engineering and development methodologies
    * agent programming languages and development tools
    * agent standardizations in industry and commerce
    * ambient intelligence and agents-based systems
    * applications for agent and multi-agent systems
    * argumentation in agent-based systems
    * architectures for multi-/agent systems
    * artificial market systems, auctions, trading agents and electronic commerce
    * autonomous robots and robot teams
    * believability, human-like qualities of synthetic agents, humanoid, and sociable robots
    * coalition formation and multi-agent teams
    * computational complexity in agent systems
    * conventions, commitments, norms, social laws and legal issues in multi-/agent systems
    * coordination, cooperation, and collaboration in multi-agent systems
    * electronic institutions
    * emergence, self-organisation and collective behavior in agent-based systems
    * foundational issues and theories of agency
    * frameworks, infrastructures, environments, and system support for multi-/agent systems
    * game theoretic models for agents based systems
    * information agents, routers, brokering and matchmaking
    * lessons learned and performance evaluation of deployed multi-agent systems
    * logics and formal models for agent systems
    * mobile agents
    * multi-agent, specification, verification and validation
    * negotiation and conflict handling in multi-/agent systems
    * privacy, safety and security in multi-/agent systems
    * scalability, robustness and dependability of multi-/agent systems
    * social and cognitive models for agents
    * social and organizational structures of multi-/agent systems
    * trust and reputation in multi-/agent systems
    * task and resource allocation in multi-/agent systems

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