The Fifth European Workshop On Multi-Agent Systems Hammamet,

Tunisia 13th and 14th of December, 2007

In the last two decades, we have seen a significant increase of interest in agent-oriented technology. It is crucial that both academics and industrialists have access to a forum at which current agent-based research and application are presented and discussed. Following the tradition of past EUMAS editions (Oxford 2003, Barcelona 2004, Brussels 2005, Lisbon 2006), the aim of this fifth European Workshop on Multi-Agent Systems is to encourage and support activity in the research and development of multi-agent systems. This workshop is a European forum, aimed at dissemination of the most important work being done in Europe currently.




Submission of papers describing relevant preliminary or completed work are invited. EUMAS'07 welcomes also papers that are under submission or already presented at a workshop, or are an improvement of a published proceedings or journal paper. Submissions should be formatted using Springer LNCS style ( and have a maximum of 15 pages. The authors can submit their abstracts and papers through the following webpage: The workshop has no formal proceedings; it is intended primarily as a forum for interaction and discussion. The workshop will provide an electronic proceedings on CD containing original papers and abstracts of previously published papers. Delegates who want a hard copy can indicate this on the registration form and pay separately for it. We intend to invite a selection of the unpublished submissions to be included in relevant journal special issues. See the conference web page for details.






- Submission Deadline :

- Notification to Authors :

- Camera Ready due :

- Early Registration :

- Late Registration:

- Event :

1st October (Extended to 8th October).

5th November.

16th November.

20th November.

10th December.

13th and 14th December.





Action and Planning, Adaptation and Learning, Agent Architectures, Agent Programming Languages, Agents and Complex Systems, Agent Based Simulation, Ambient Intelligence, Applications, Argumentation, Autonomy, Cognitive Models, Collective Intentionality, Communication, Competition, Complexity, Cooperation, Coordination, E-Commerce, Economic Models, Emergence, Emotion, Game Theoretic Models, Grid Computing, Institutions, Logical Models, Methodologies, Negotiation, Organisations and Institutions, P2P Computing, Proactivity, Protocols, Reactivity, Robotics, Self-organisation, Semantic Web, Service Oriented Computing, Social Ability, Software Engineering, Standards, Teamwork, Theories of Agency, Tools, Trust and Reputation, Ubiquitous Computing.