11th Pacific Rim International Conference on multi-agents (PRIMA 2008)

Venue: Hanoi

Location: Hanoi, Vietnam

Event Date/Time: Dec 15, 2008 End Date/Time: Dec 16, 2008
Registration Date: Dec 01, 2008
Early Registration Date: Aug 15, 2008
Abstract Submission Date: Jun 30, 2008
Paper Submission Date: Jun 30, 2008
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PRIMA is a series of workshops on autonomous agents and multi-agents integrating the activities in Asia Pacific countries. The emergence of the agent paradigm is an exciting development in Computer Science and Information Technology and the paradigm is expected to play a central role during the coming years in the development of complex distributed systems and networked systems impacting a wide variety of endeavors in our civilization. PRIMA08 will build on the great successes of its predecessors PRIMA2007 held in Bangkok, Thailand, PRIMA2006 in Guilin, China, PRIMA2005 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, PRIMA2004 in Auckland, New Zealand, PRIMA2003 in Seoul, Korea, PRIMA2002 in Tokyo, Japan, PRIMA2001 in Taipei, Taiwan, PRIMA2000 in Melbourne, Australia, PRIMA99 in Kyoto, Japan, and PRIMA98 in Singapore.

The workshop endeavors to bring together researchers, developers, and academe and industry leaders, active and interested in Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, their applications and related areas. The workshop offers exceptional opportunities for presentation of original work, technological advances, practical problems and concerns of the research community. PRIMA workshop proceedings are published in the form of a volume in the Springer Lecture Notes in AI series. The workshop will also feature a doctoral mentoring program which is focused on supporting the doctoral students with their research by providing them peer support. The senior and distinguished researchers attending the workshop are expected to be available for interaction with the young and promising researchers.

The location of the workshop - Hanoi is a sacred land of Vietnam. People have settled here along the Red River for a thousand years. Nestled along wooded boulevards among the city’s two dozen lakes you will find architectural souvenirs left by all who conquered this great valley, from the Chinese who first came in the last millennium to the French, booted out in our own century.



Additional Information

All accepted papers will be published by Springer Verlag as a volume of LNAI series.