The schedule for the week is now available.



Bucharest, 8 – 12 September 2014

The Agent Languages and Technologies Summer School aims at raising the awareness concerning the applicability of, and the research paths driven by multi-agent systems programming languages.

The goal of the summer school is to provide an overview of the most popular programming languages and frameworks of the moment for multi-agent systems, and to identify the pertinent issues that form new directions of research.

The school represents a fine occasion to meet people working in the field and to establish contacts through social interactions that may lead to research collaborations in the future.

Activity Structure

Programming Languages for Multi-Agent Systems:

JADE – A talk by Dr. Giovanni Rimassa

2APL – A talk by Prof. Mehdi Dastani

Jason – A talk by Prof. Jomi Hübner

Design methodologies and tools for agent based applications:

Cartago – A talk by Prof. Alessandro Ricci

JaCaMo – A tutorial provided by Prof. Jomi Hübner and Alessandro Ricci

2APL – A tutorial provided by Prof. Mehdi Dastani

Agents with normative reasoning:

Normative Multi-Agent Systems – A talk by Prof. Wamberto Vasconcelos

MOISE - A talk by Prof. Olivier Boissier

Electronic Organizations

Group Norms for Multi-Agent Organisations – A talk by Prof. Wamberto Vasconcelos

2OPL – A talk by Prof. Mehdi Dastani

Organization Oriented Programming with JaCaMo – A tutorial provided by prof. Olivier Boissier

 In addition to participating to the talks of prominent researchers, the opportunity of exchanging ideas with key members of the agent community within such an event will represent a milestone in the research activity for many postgraduate students and an invaluable personal experience for anyone passionate by AI. The proposed discussions would help the participants get synchronized with those topics the community is presently debating upon.

Register for the summer school.