May 14-18, 2007
Honolulu, Hawai'i

You are cordially invited
to participate in the 2007 International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, to be held May 14-18, 2007 at the Hawaii Convention Center in Honolulu, Hawai'i.

AAMAS is the premier scientific conference for research in autonomous agents and multiagent systems. The AAMAS conference series was initiated in 2002 as a merger of three highly respected individual conferences: the International Conference on Autonomous Agents, the International Workshop on Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages, and the International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems.
In Memoriam
It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Jay Modi on April 9. He was an outstanding researcher and scholar, and an active and highly valued member of the AAMAS community. A memorial is being planned for AAMAS-2007, and information will be posted here as plans develop.

Further information may be found at his department's home page at Drexel University.

What's New!
Thanks to all the attendees, organizers and participants of AAMAS 2007 for your help, support, and hard work in making this conference a success!
We had a total of 515 participants from 34 countries and regions. This includes 277 regular attendees, 205 student attendees, and 33 workshop/tutorial-only participants.
Here is a link to the AAMAS opening slides. This includes Best Paper candidates, acceptance rates, and the number of submissions.

(March 20, 2007) Sarit Kraus receives ACM/SIGART Autonomous Agents Research Award 2007

The selection committee for the ACM/SIGART Autonomous Agents Research Award is pleased to announce that Prof Sarit Kraus, of Bar-Ilan University, Israel, is the recipient of the 2007 award. Prof Kraus is well known for her work on formal models of multi-agent systems. In particular, she pioneered the development of techniques for computational negotiation, automated coalition formation, cooperative search, and the logical formalization of cooperation and multi-agent shared plans. She has also made significant and lasting contributions to the wider field of AI, in areas such as search and non-monotonic reasoning. (more ...)

(March 13, 2007) The IFAAMAS Board is delighted to announce the winners of the Influential Paper Award for 2007. We received a good number of nominations from the Community this year and it was a difficult choice. Nevertheless we believe we have selected 3 outstanding papers:

J. S. Rosenschein and M. R. Genesereth (1985)
"Deals Among Rational Agents"
The Ninth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Los Angeles, California, August 1985, pages 91-99.

A. Rao and M. Georgeff (1991)
"Modelling rational agents within a BDI-architecture"
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR'91) pp.473-484.

B. J. Grosz and S. Kraus (1996)
"Collaborative Plans for Complex Group Actions" Artificial Intelligence 86, pages 269-358.

The awards will be presented at AAMAS-07

(March 5, 2007) The deadline to apply for student scholarships is tomorrow.

(February 2, 2007) Information about hotels and lodging is now online.

(January 23, 2007) Instructions for the preparation of camera-ready copy are now available.

(January 8, 2007) Information on student scholarships is now available!(November 2, 2006) Nominations for the 2007 IFAAMAS Award for Influential Papers in Agents and Multi-Agent Systems are now being accepted!

(May 12, 2006) Click here for a copy of the PowerPoint invitation to AAMAS 2007 that was presented at the end of AAMAS 2006!

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