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ITSC2010

13th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems

19 Sep 2010 to 22 Sep 2010

Madeira, Portugal

Submissions due: 20 Apr 2010

Topic: transportation

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ATSS10

4th Workshop on Artificial Transportation Systems and Simulation

19 Sep 2010 to 22 Sep 2010

Madeira, Portugal

Submissions due: 5 Jul 2010

Topic: transportation simulation

Notes: Co-located with ITSC2010

DYSES2010

V Meeting on Dynamics of Social and Economic Systems

20 Sep 2010 to 25 Sep 2010

Benevento, Italy

Submissions due: 30 Jun 2010

Topic: economy

Notes: The Fifth International Workshop on Dynamics of Social and Economical Systems will be held in Benevento (http://www.comune.benevento.it/cittabenevento/main.php), Italy, a nice city 70 Km far from Naples, organized by Asociacion Dyses (Argentina, http://www.dyses.org.ar), the Dases (Dipartimento di analisi dei sistemi economici e sociali) University of Sannio (Italy), (www.dases.unisannio.it), Istituto Italiano per gli Studi filosofici (www.iisf.it), the Laboratorio de Sistemas Complejos, Facultad de Ingenieria-UBA (Argentina) (http://laboratorios.fi.uba.ar/lsc/), and the GECSI, Grupo de Estudio de la Complejidad Social en la Sociedad de la Informacion, Facultad de Ciencias Juridicas y Sociales, Universidad Nacional de La Plata (Argentina). This V Workshop continues the successful activities of the previous ones held in La Plata (1998 and 2001), Mar del Plata (2005) and Pinamar (2009), Argentina.

The primary aim of this meeting is to bring together scientists working on the development of models able to prospect and to evaluate social end economical situations to future. Mathematical techniques include, but are not limited to, temporary series of prediction, time series forecasting, inference procedures, stochastic and/or dynamic systems, modeling of biological systems, optimization, develop of computational and knowledge-model based representations of human, organizational, cultural , and societal structures, uncertainty measures, multicriteria decision methods and any other method able to predict future behavior of these particular systems are welcome. The main purpose is to contribute in the processes of decision-making and to assess socioeconomic decisions. Approaches to the legal frame more adequate to grant peaceful interactions among individuals, societies, countries, as well as, criteria of confidence of prognosis, decision and uncertainty will be also analyzed into the Information Society (IS) and the Knowledge Society (KS) contexts. Scientists from different areas such as mathematics, physics, social sciences, economy, law, biology, informatics, are invited to participate, as well as people working on social inequality, social well fare, collective tendencies, cognition and economy, among others.

Selected papers will be published as Proceedings of the V Dyses Meeting as a special issue in and the JDyses (ISSN 1852-379X) http://www.dyses.org.ar/IJ-DySES/index.htm

ACRI2010

The Ninth International Conference on Cellular Automata for Research and Industry

21 Sep 2010 to 24 Sep 2010

Ascoli Piceno, Italy

Submissions due: 19 Mar 2010

Topic: cellular automata

Notes: • Paper submission: March 19, 2010 • Notification of paper acceptance or rejection: April 16, 2010 • Final version of the paper for the proceedings: May 7, 2010 • Conference: September 21-24, 2010

MATES2010

Eight German Conference on Multi Agents System Technologies

21 Sep 2010 to 23 Sep 2010

Karslruhe, Germany

Submissions due: 9 Apr 2010

Topic: multi-agents agents

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RR2010

The Fourth International Conference on Web Reasoning and Rule Systems

22 Sep 2010 to 24 Sep 2010

Bressanone/Brixen, Italy

Submissions due: 8 Jun 2010

Topic: rules systems web reasoning web

Notes: Paper/poster/demo submission deadline: June 8, 2010 Paper/poster/demo accept/reject decisions: July 1, 2010 Camera-ready due: July 15, 2010 Last day for early registration fee: July 15, 2010

MAFIN2010

2nd International Workshop on Managing Financial Instability in Capitalist Economies

23 Sep 2010 to 25 Sep 2010

Reykjavik, Iceland

Submissions due: 23 Jul 2010

Topic: finance

Notes: July 23, 2010 Submission deadline August 20, 2010 Notification of acceptance September 3, 2010 Registration deadline September 23 – 25, 2010 Workshop December 3, 2010 Deadline for submission of final papers for workshop proceedings

SEISMYC-2010

Workshop on Socio-Economics Inspiring Self-Managed Systems and Concepts

27 Sep 2010 to 27 Sep 2010

Budapest, Hungary

Submissions due: 12 Jul 2010

Topic: managment self-organization pervasive systems

Notes: Located with SASO 2010

SASO-2010

Fourth IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems

27 Sep 2010 to 1 Oct 2010

Budapest, Hungary

Submissions due: 19 Apr 2010

Topic: slef-adapatation self-organization

Notes: Several workshops.

qteso 2010

2nd International Workshop on Quality in Techno-Social Systems

28 Sep 2010 to 28 Sep 2010

Budapest, Hungary

Submissions due: 12 Jul 2010

Topic: techo-social systems

Notes: co-located with SASO2010

Future Internet and Society 2010

Future Internet and Society: A Complex Systems Perspective

2 Oct 2010 to 7 Oct 2010

Acquafredda di Maratea, Italy

Submissions due: 1 Jun 2010

Topic: complex systems internet

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New Frontiers in Complex Networks

New Frontiers in Complex Networks : Statphys24 satellite meeting

13 Oct 2010 to 15 Oct 2010

Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea

Submissions due: 31 May 2010

Topic: networks

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CompleNET 2010

2nd Workshop on Complex Networks

13 Oct 2010 to 15 Oct 2010

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Submissions due: 31 May 2010

Topic: networks

Notes: Submit your paper/abstract electronically in PDF format. Neither hardcopy nor fax submissions will be accepted. Submissions should be printable on a standard printer on common paper formats such as A4 or letter. Submitted papers/abstracts should follow the Springer format (please visit website for more details). Abstracts length should not exceed two A4 pages. Accepted full papers should not exceed 12 pages in this format. Some papers may be accepted as short papers and shall be limited to 8 pages maximum. All papers should be submitted electronically through the conference web site (http://cs.fit.edu/complenet). You can also go directly to the submission website located on this link: EasyChair.

BWSS2010

Second Brazilian Workshop on Social Simulation

23 Oct 2010 to 28 Oct 2010

FEI University Campos, São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil

Submissions due: 13 Jul 2010

Topic: simulation social simulation

Notes: Co-Located with the Joint Conferences 2010 (SBIA, SBRN, JRI)
Deadline Extended!

META10

International Conference on Metaheuristics and Nature Inspired Computing

28 Oct 2010 to 30 Oct 2010

Djerba Island, Tunisia

Submissions due: 15 May 2010

Topic: bio-inspired computation collective intelligence

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IBERAMIA 2010

12th edition of the Ibero-American Conference on Artificial Intelligence

1 Nov 2010 to 5 Nov 2010

Bahía Blanca, Argentina

Submissions due: 1 Jun 2010

Topic: artificial intelligence

Notes: Deadline for Workshop proposals: April 23, 2010 Notification of acceptance: May 21, 2010 Dates for papers: Deadline for abstract submission: June 01, 2010 - (new) Deadline for paper submission: June 19, 2010 - (new) Notification of acceptance: July 17, 2010 Deadline for camera-ready papers: July 27, 2010

Econophysics Colloquium 2010

Econophysics Colloquium 2010

4 Nov 2010 to 6 Nov 2010

Taipei, Taiwan

Submissions due: 11 Jun 2010

Topic: econophysics

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ServAgents 2010

First International Workshop on Services and Agents

12 Nov 2010 to 15 Nov 2010

Kolkata, India

Submissions due: 3 Sep 2010

Topic: agents

Notes: There are strong connections between intelligent agents and services, and there is increasing crossover between works in the two communities. The new area of services (both in the sense of service science and service-oriented computing) offers exciting new application opportunities for both the concepts and methodologies of intelligent agent systems. Techniques developed in the agent research community promise to have a strong impact on this fast growing field. For instance, agent-oriented modeling techniques can influence the development of service modeling techniques. Agent technology may offer a solution to the critical business imperative of service delivery optimization. Agent systems might provide crucial decision support functionality in the business service delivery.

This workshop aims to bring together researchers and practitioners in the areas of services and agents, and engage in the discussion and exchange of ideas. It will serve to highlight the impact of research in agents on the area of services and will help in the identification of practical needs and opportunities.

The emphasis of this workshop is on the intersection of the rather new, fast growing services science and engineering paradigm with agent technology. We especially encourage papers that deal with the application of agent techniques to challenges in the services area. We invite papers on all aspects relating to the overlap of Intelligent Agent Technology and Services. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Agent-oriented approaches (frameworks, methods, and tools) to business and IT-enabled service modeling, analysis and design
* Simulation and optimization of business services and service systems
* Service compliance management
* Agent technology in business process management
* Philosophical foundations of agency and services
* Service description, matchmaking, discovery, and brokering
* Service composition, orchestration, and choreography
* Agent-based monitoring and exception-handling of service delivery
* Agent-based negotiation of QoS and SLAs
* Service business models and case studies
* Ontology applications in services science

PRIMA-2010

The 13th International Conference on Principles and Practice of Multi-Agent Systems

12 Nov 2010 to 15 Nov 2010

Kolkata, India

Submissions due: 14 Aug 2010

Topic: multi-agent systems

Notes: Agent computing and technology is an exciting, emerging paradigm expected to play a key role in many society-changing practices from disaster response to manufacturing, and from energy management to agriculture. Agent and multi-agent researchers are focused on building working systems that bring together a broad range of technical areas from market theory to software engineering to user interfaces. Agent systems are expected to operate in real-world environments, with all the challenges that such environments present.

INCoS 2010

International Conference on Intelligent Networking and Collaborative Systems

24 Nov 2010 to 26 Nov 2010

Thessaloniki, Greece

Submissions due: 28 Jun 2010

Topic: collaborative systems

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Bionetics 2010

5th International ICST Conference on Bio-Inspired Models of Network, Information, and Computing Systems

1 Dec 2010 to 3 Dec 2010

Submissions due: 30 Jul 2010

Topic: bio-inspired computation

Notes: BIONETICS 2010 aims to provide a world-leading and unique opportunity for bringing together researchers and practitioners from diverse disciplines that seek the understanding of the fundamental principles and design strategies in biological systems and leverage those understandings to build bio-inspired systems.

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

* Signal/information processing and communication models in biological systems
* Bio-inspired formal models and methods
* Bio-inspired algorithms and mechanisms
* Bio-inspired software and hardware systems
* Biomimetics, bioenginereing and synthetic biological systems
* Modeling and simulation of bio-inspired systems, biological systems and synthetic biological systems
* Self-* properties in bio-inspired systems, biological systems and synthetic biological systems
* Design and performance issues in bio-inspired systems and synthetic biological systems
* Tools, testbeds and deployment aspects in bio-inspired systems and synthetic biological systems
* Real-world applications and standardization of bio-inspired systems and synthetic biological systems
* Socially-aware, game theoretic and other metaphor-driven interdisciplinary approaches to bio-inspired systems and synthetic biological systems

Application domains include, but not limited to, autonomic computing, bioinformatics, biological engineering, computer networks, computer vision, data mining, green computing and networking, grid/cloud computing, intelligent agents, mechanical engineering, molecular communication, nano-scale computing and networking, optimization, pervasive computing, robotics, security, software engineering, and systems engineering. All accepted papers will be published by Springer

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Computational Social Science and the Wisdom of Crowds Workshop at NIPS 2010

10 Dec 2010 to 11 Dec 2010

Whistler, Canada

Submissions due: 8 Oct 2010

Topic: crowdsource

Notes: Computational social science is an emerging academic research area at the intersection of computer science, statistics, and the social sciences, in which quantitative methods and computational tools are used to identify and answer social science questions. The field is driven by new sources of data from the Internet, sensor networks, government databases, crowdsourcing systems, and more, as well as by recent advances in computational modeling, machine learning, statistics, and social network analysis.

The related area of social computing deals with the mechanisms through which people interact with computational systems, examining how and why people contribute to crowdsourcing sites, and the Internet more generally. Examples of social computing systems include prediction markets, reputation systems, and collaborative filtering systems, all designed with the intent of capturing the wisdom of crowds.

Machine learning plays in important role in both of these research areas, but to make truly groundbreaking advances, collaboration is necessary: social scientists and economists are uniquely positioned to identify the most pertinent and vital questions and problems, as well as to provide insight into data generation, while computer scientists contribute significant expertise in developing novel, quantitative methods and tools. To date there have been few in-person venues for researchers in these traditionally disparate areas to interact. This workshop will address this need, with an emphasis on the role of machine learning. The primary goals of the workshop are to provide an opportunity for attendees to meet, interact, share ideas, establish new collaborations, and to inform the wider NIPS community about current research in computational social science and social computing.

Extreme Environmental Events

Extreme Environmental Events

13 Dec 2010 to 17 Dec 2010

Selwyn College - Cambridge, United Kingdom

Submissions due: 13 Dec 2010

Topic: extreme events

Notes: Understanding the frequency and magnitude of extreme environmental events and their impacts is a critical aspect of climate prediction. This conference aims to bring together an inter-disciplinary group including statisticians, climate modellers, meteorologists, and other environmental scientists to focus on extreme events and the uncertainties inherent in their understanding.

ACIT2010

International Arab Conference on Information Technology

14 Dec 2010 to 16 Dec 2010

University of Garyounis in Banghazi, Libya

Submissions due: 14 Jun 2010

Topic: information thechonolgy

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IMSAA10

4th International Conference on Internet Multimedia Systems Architecture and Application

15 Dec 2010 to 17 Dec 2010

Bangalore, India

Submissions due: 20 Jul 2010

Topic: internet multimedia

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BASNA10

IEEE International Workshop on Business Application of Social Network Analysis

15 Dec 2010 to 15 Dec 2010

Bangalore, India

Submissions due: 19 Sep 2010

Topic: social network analysis business applications

Notes: Co-located with IMSAA10

EUMAS2010

8th European Workshop on Multi-Agent Systems

16 Dec 2010 to 17 Dec 2010

Pars, France

Submissions due: 14 Sep 2010

Topic: multi-agents agents

Notes: In December 2003, the First European Workshop on Multi-agent Systems was held at the University of Oxford, UK. This workshop emerged from a number of related workshops and other scholarly activities that were taking place at both national and European levels, and was intended to provide a single recognised forum at which researchers and those interested in activities relating to research in the area of autonomous agents and multi-agent systems could meet, present (potentially preliminary) research results, problems, and issues in an open and informal but academic environment. Since then, yearly editions of the event were held in Barcelona (Spain), Brussels (Belgium), Lisbon (Portugal), Hammamet (Tunisia), Bath (UK) and Agia Napa (Cyprus) shortly before Christmas. In 2010, the event will take place in Paris (France), hosted by Paris Descartes University.

ICAART2011

3rd International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence

28 Jan 2011 to 30 Jan 2011

Rome, Italy

Submissions due: 8 Jul 2010

Topic: artificial intelligence agents

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ADS11

Agent-Directed Simulation Symposium

4 Apr 2011 to 9 Apr 2011

Boston Marriott Long Wharf Hotel; Boston, MA, USA

Submissions due: 31 Oct 2010

Topic: agents simulation

Notes: Agent-directed Simulation (ADS) Symposium is the premier platform to explore all three aspects of the synergy of simulation and agent technologies. Hence, it has a special place within simulation and agent conferences, including agent-based (social) simulation conferences. Therefore the ADS symposium fills a gap in the agent community as well as the simulation community.

The purpose of the ADS symposium is to facilitate dissemination of the most recent advancements in the theory, methodology, application, and toolkits of agent-directed simulation. Agent-directed simulation is comprehensive in the integration of agent and simulation technologies, by including models that use agents to develop domain-specific simulations, i.e., agent simulation (this is often referred to as agent-based simulation -when other two important aspects are not considered), and by also including the use of agent technology to develop simulation techniques and toolkits that are subsequently applied, either with or without agents.

SPSD2011

International Community on Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development

29 Aug 2011 to 31 Aug 2011

Kanazawa, Japan

Submissions due: 15 Sep 2010

Topic: sustainability planning

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