The 20th International Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (PAAMS) and the DCAI, ISAMI, MIS4TEL, PACBB, DECON and BLOCKCHAIN conferences, organised by the BISITE Research Group, will be held from 13 to 15 July at the University of L'Aquila, Italy. The event brings together researchers, industry developers and academics from all over the world every year.
PAAMS is an international forum where the latest scientific and technical advances in the field of multi-agent systems are presented and discussed, their applications are studied, the impact of the approach of the different proposals is evaluated and technology transfer is facilitated. Its excellence over the course of the last twenty years has earned it a B classification in the CORE Ranking.
On this occasion, the central theme will be the "simulation of complex systems". Thus, the conference has welcomed papers on topics such as distributed problem solving, cooperation and negotiation between agents, interaction between human agents and user interfaces, among others.
We will also enjoy the congresses that are being held in parallel and which cover different areas of research. DCAI: on Artificial Intelligence, ISAMI: Ambient Intelligence, MIS4TEL: educational technology, PACBB: Bioinformatics, DECON: economics and finally a meeting on BLOCKCHAIN.
The plenary sessions will feature the participation of Juan Manuel Corchado, director of the BISITE Research Group and president of the AIR Institute, who will inaugurate the event with a talk entitled "Intelligence 5.0: the human being at the centre of the production chain". On the second day of the congress, Tiziana Catarci, professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the Sapienza University of Rome (Italy), will speak about Intelligent Systems, Artificial Intelligence and data in the paper "AI for Good". Finally, Hugues Bersini, co-director of the IRIDIA laboratory at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium), will present the talk "Why the whole should be less than the sum of the parts" on Friday.
The best demonstration paper at PAAMS'22 will be awarded 2,000 euros and a diploma by IBM, as well as the chance to be published in BISITE's Advances in Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence (ADCAIJ) journal.
This is undoubtedly an excellent opportunity to discuss the latest developments in Multiagent Systems, Artificial Intelligence or Blockchain in an international setting.