The Fifth International Conference on Autonomous Agents invites demonstrations
of agent systems/technologies, supporting infrastructure, and agent related
software/hardware at the 2001 conference in Montreal (5/30-6/1).
Demonstrations of both research artifacts and commercial products are
The three most significant demonstrations will be recognized at the
conference dinner and presented with small monetary awards.
Demonstrations of our artifacts, and of supporting products, are critical in
advancing research and helping agents to move the foreground of computing.
If you are interested in demonstrating your technologies, email or fax the
information requested to Dr. Tom Wagner at the particulars below.
Information to send:
Agents 2001 Demonstrations Chair:
- A brief summary of the artifact that you will demonstrate at the
conference, e.g., what does it do? What role does it serve? What
requirements is it designed to address?
- A description of the demonstration itself. For example, "We will
demonstrate the use of our multi-agent coordination technology on a
distributed sensor analysis problem. The demonstration GUI enables users
to probe the individual plans of each agent and visually animates the
coordination, communication, and sensor data analysis processes."
- A specification of the support needed for your demo. For example,
"fast internet access" or "space for physical robots to roam while
interacting with the simulated robot environment."
- Information should be sent by February 23, 2001.
Professor Tom Wagner
Department of Computer Science
University of Maine
Orono, ME 04437
Tel: (207) 581-3935
Fax: (207) 581-4977