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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

FINAL CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: AAMAS-14, 5-9 May, Paris, FRANCE

http://aamas2014.lip6.fr/index.php

If you havent yet registered, you can here: 
http://aamas2014.lip6.fr/registration.php  
The deadline for regular registration is April 25th. The full program is available here:  
http://aamas2014.lip6.fr/programme_detailed.php

Lunch will be provided each day of the conference and will coincide with the poster and demo 
program. Notice that *all* papers, extended abstracts and full papers, will be presented as posters, 
during either Wednesday or Thursday lunch, allowing for extended interactions with the authors. 
There is also an exciting program of 39 demos and the Automated Negotiating Agents Competition. 


We excited about our four keynote speakers:
- Iain Couzin, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University, USA
Sensory networks and distributed cognition in animal groups
- Michael Luck, Professor of Computer Science and Head of the School of Natural and Mathematical 
Sciences at King's College London
From Agents to Electronic Order
-ACM/SIGAI Agents Research Award Michael Wellman, Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at 
the University of Michigan
- IFAAMAS VL Distinguished Dissertation Award Manish Jain, Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech,
Thwarting Adversaries with Unpredictability: Massive-scale Game-Theoretic Algorithms for 
Real-World Security Deployments


We are also happy to announce the three nominees in each of the following three categories

Best Paper nominees:
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