Robots are agents, too. Indeed, agent researchers are sometimes inspired by robots, sometimes use robots in motivating examples, and sometimes make contributions to robotics. Both practical and analytical techniques in agent research influence, and are being influenced by, research into autonomous robots and multi-robot systems.

Despite the significant overlap between the multiagent and robotics research areas, roboticists and agents researchers have only a few opportunities to meet and interact. The recently established robotics track at AAMAS is one such opportunity. The goal of the proposed workshop is to extend and widen this opportunity, by offering a forum where researchers in this area of research can interact and present promising innovative research directions, and new results. The workshop is coordinated and associated with the AAMAS robotics track.


All talks are available online at underline.io


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Francesco Amigoni
Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria
Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Noa Agmon
Department of Computer Science
Bar-Ilan University, Israel



Previous Workshops:ARMS 2019,ARMS 2018, ARMS 2017, ARMS 2016, ARMS 2015, ARMS 2014 , ARMS 2013 , ARMS 2012

Important dates

Paper submission deadline

February 25, 2020

Notification of acceptance

March 10, 2020

Camera-ready submission

May 1, 2020

ARMS workshop

May 14, 2020



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