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CEEMAS07 Submission deadline extended

From: Laszlo Z. Varga <laszlo.varga@sztaki.hu>
Date: Sat, 07 Apr 2007 13:52:49 +0200
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Due to the holidays and several requests, the CEEMAS07 submission
deadline has been extended to 19 April 2007. Note that this is a hard
deadline. See the details below and on the conference web site:
http://www.ceemas.org/ceemas07
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Call for Papers
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5th International Central and Eastern European Conference on Multi-Agent
Systems

25-27 September 2007,
Leipzig, Germany

http://www.ceemas.org/ceemas07


About the Conference
====================
The aim of the CEEMAS conference series is to provide a biennial forum
for the presentation of multi-agent research and development results.
With its particular geographical orientation towards Central and Eastern
Europe, CEEMAS has become an internationally recognised event with
participants from all over the world. CEEMAS’07 expects papers from
every fundamental research fields of multi agent systems. Papers which
focus on the following three areas are especially welcome: scalability
and reconfigurability of multi agent systems; deployment scenarios
exploiting synergies of multi agent systems and other related
technologies like grid, web services and semantic web; applications of
multi agent systems in design and manufacturing, transport and
logistics, space applications, tourism industry, e-commerce and many
other application areas. The Organising Committee solicits research
submissions for the main research track of the conference, as well as
for the accompanying industrial and posters track. For further details
visit the conference web site.

The conference proceedings including the accepted papers of the main
conference, selected papers from the posters and industrial track, are
planned to be published by Springer Verlag in the LNAI series as before.


Topics of the conference
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# agent models and architectures
# reactive and intentional agents
# planning and scheduling in MAS
# conflicts, conflict resolution and negotiation
# coordination, teamwork, coalition formation
# formal methods, logic in MAS
# personal agents, agent-based user interfaces
# learning and evolution in MAS
# holons and holarchies
# mobility, migration, accessibility
# agents' representation
# social knowledge and social reasoning
# ant colonies & swarms
# agents in electronic business and virtual organizations
# self-organising systems and emergent organization
# complexity and tractability in agent-based systems
# agent standards, communication, agent management
# agent platforms and interoperability
# knowledge management & ontologies
# agent oriented software engineering, modelling and methodologies
# agent communication, interaction protocols and mechanisms
# meta-reasoning, meta-agency, reflection in MAS
# security, authentication, intrusion detection
# reports on applications and case studies
# relationship to related technologies: middleware, grid, web services
# trust, reputation, and reliability
# scalability and performance issues, robustness
# robot teams, multi robot systems
# artificial social systems
# agent based social simulation
# verification and testing
# adjustable autonomy of MAS


Important Dates
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Full paper submission:      19 April, 2007
Notification of acceptance: 13 May, 2007
Camera ready papers:        17 June, 2007


Submission Details
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All submissions will be subject to academic peer review by at least two
members of the Program Committee. Selection criteria include accuracy
and originality of ideas, clarity and significance of results, and
quality of presentation. Authors of all submissions are requested to
format their papers according to Springer LNAI guidelines
(http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html) and submit them
electronically as described on the conference web page.

Research track submissions:
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Paper submissions for the main research track of the conference should
be formatted according to Springer LNAI guidelines and must not exceed
10 pages, including graphics and references. Authors are requested to
submit their papers electronically on the conference submission web page.


Posters track
-------------
The conference poster session provides an opportunity to present the
work in progress, enabling to discuss projects with others in the field.
Students are encouraged to submit a poster presentation. The presenters
will be invited to contribute an article as well. Papers should be
formatted according to Springer LNAI guidelines and must not exceed 3
pages, including graphics and references. Authors are requested to
submit their papers electronically on the conference submission web page.


Industrial track
----------------
The CEEMAS conference provides the opportunity to submit papers on
genuine applications of agent technology. Papers describing concrete,
practical implementations with industrial links are encouraged opposed
to pure conceptual plans or potential applications. Our goal is to
demonstrate the real life value and commercial reality of multi-agent
systems as well as to foster the communication between academia and
industry on this field. If your paper describes practical experience and
real applications, you should submit it to the industrial track. System
descriptions should be formatted according to Springer LNAI guidelines
and must not exceed 2 pages, including graphics and references. Authors
are requested to submit their papers electronically on the conference
submission web page.


Submission policies
===================

CEEMAS’07 will not accept any paper, which has already been published or
accepted for publication in a journal or another conference. These
restrictions apply only to journals and conferences, not to workshops
and similar specialized presentations with a limited audience and
without archival proceedings.

For each accepted paper, at least one author is required to attend the
conference to present the paper. Each author can give only one
presentation. Papers without at least one author registering by the
early registration deadline will be automatically excluded from the
conference programme and the proceedings.

The best paper of the conference, to be selected by the Programme
Committee at the conference, will receive the Best Paper Award during
the conference.


Organising Committee
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General chair: Laszlo Z. Varga (Hungary)
Programme co-chair: Hans-Dieter Burkhard (Germany)
Programme co-chair: Rineke Verbrugge (The Netherlands)

Secretariat
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UNIVERSITÄT LEIPZIG
Karen Heyden
Marschnerstrasse 31
D-04109 Leipzig
Tel. +49 (0)341 9733727
Fax. +49 (0)341 9733729

Steering Committee
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Barbara Dunin-Keplicz (Poland)
Vladimir Gorodetski (Russia)
Michael Luck (UK)
Vladimir Marik (Czech Republic)
Joerg Mueller (Germany)
Edward Nawarecki (Poland)
Michal Pechoucek (Czech Republic)
Paolo Petta (Austria)
Laszlo Z. Varga (Hungary)


Conference Venue
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http://www.sabre-conference.de/

In 2007 Leipzig will be the location for a major event in which a number
of well established as well as new conferences and workshops will join
forces in order to conduct the probably biggest and most influential
event in this area in Europe for 2007. SABRE will mainly focus on
Software, Agents, Multi-agent Systems, Grid-computing, Service-oriented
Architectures, Business Process and Services Computing,
Self-Organization, and Autonomous Systems. It, especially, will also
concentrate on the relationships and overlaps between these areas.
Moreover, as can already be implied from the title of the conference,
SABRE will not only concentrate on research but will especially also
bridge the gap between research and industry by providing a fertile
platform for business-oriented topics and presentations. Thus, we
especially encourage applied researchers, users, and industry to submit
contributions to one of our events. SABRE is a transparent event what
especially also means that every participant of an individual conference
is allowed to go to whatever session (s)he wants to go, whether it
belongs to the specific conference of her/his choice or not.



-- 
Laszlo Zsolt VARGA, SZTAKI, Kende u. 13-17, Budapest,
1111 Hungary, tel: +36-1-279-6167, fax:+36-1-209-5269
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