Workshop on Intelligent Agents in Science and Engineering (IASE)

Scope

The objective of this multidisciplinary session is to gather both researchers and practitioners to discuss methodological, technical, organizational and environmental aspects of intelligent agents used across various application domains in science and engineering. The field of agents and multi-agent systems have received a significant amount of interest in recent years. These fields overlap strongly with many other areas in computer science, e.g. machine learning, artificial intelligence, computational modelling, etc.

Agents and multi-agent systems have been successfully applied to many problem areas in science and engineering, e.g. modelling, simulation, decision making and control problems. This workshop will delve into various facets of intelligent agents, including their applications in scientific discovery, data analysis, optimization, and problem-solving within engineering domains. This workshop welcomes advances in agents research and also their application within the fields of science and engineering in both academia and industry.


Topics

The workshop topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation
  • Distributed Intelligent Systems
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Machine Learning/AI for Intelligent Agents
  • Green Computing with Intelligent Agents
  • Multi-Agent Systems
  • Agent-Based Control Systems
  • Autonomous Robots/ Multi-Robot Systems
  • Game Theory
  • Application of Intelligent Agents to:
    • Renewable energy
    • Hardware
    • Robotics
    • Manufacturing
    • Natural sciences
    • Cloud computing
    • Smart grid
    • Biomedical science/engineering
    • Buildings and civil engineering broadly
    • Other application areas in science and engineering

Organizing Committee

  • Karl Mason, University of Galway, Ireland
  • Abdul Wahid, University of Galway, Ireland
  • Daniel Kelly, University of Galway, Ireland

Program Committee

  • Ernesto Tarantino, Institute on High Performance Computing - National Research Council of Italy
  • Daniel Mullen, University of Edinburgh
  • Junlin Lu, University of Galway
  • Rachael Shaw, Atlantic Technological University
  • Weiqi Hua, University of Birmingham
  • Patrick Mannion, University of Galway
  • Mauro Martini, Politecnico di Torino
  • Krzysztof Kluza, AGH University of Science and Technology

General deadlines

  • General deadline

    15th March, 2024
    5th April, 2024
    12th April, 2024

  • Demonstrations deadline

    22nd March, 2024
    12th April, 2024
    26th April, 2024

  • Notification of acceptance

    26th April, 2024
    3rd May, 2024

  • Camera-Ready papers

    17th May, 2024

  • Conference Celebration

    26th-28th June, 2024

Submission

All proposed papers must be submitted in electronic form (PDF format) using the PAAMS conference management system.