The Agent Days 2005
The Fifth Meeting on Multiagent Systems and New Trends in Soft Computing
University of Málaga, Spain
July 7-8, 2005

General Information
Call for Contributions
Technical Programme
Useful Information
Important dates
May 05
Jun 05
July 05
Call for Contributions


The Agent Days 2005 conference invites high quality papers reporting research results and/or experience related to agent technology and soft computing. The conference will in particular welcome novel contributions based on new ideas and/or new applications of these techniques. The topics of the conference include (but are not limited to):
  • Multi-agent systems in high-performance processing,
  • Evolutionary algorithms,
  • Ant Colony Optimization.
  • Agent based simulation and optimization,
  • Agent and multi-agent system architectures, models and formalisms,
  • Organization and social aspects of multi-agent systems,
  • Learning and self-organization in multi-agent systems,
  • Agent negotiation and bargaining,
  • Applications in Bioinformatics,
  • Applications in Computer Games.
The programme committee will evaluate each contributed research and experience paper based on its relevance, novelty, significance, clarity, originality, and correctness.

Paper Submission

The papers should be written in English, and prepared using Latex or Microsoft Word, according to the style specifications that can be found here: Length of submitted papers is up to 8 pages long. Papers arriving late or clearly longer than the limit may be rejected immediately solely for this reason.

Papers must be submitted electronically (PDF or compressed postscript) to the address:


All accepted papers will be published in a special issue of Inteligencia Artificial, the Iberoamerican journal of Artificial Intelligence. A booklet with preprints of accepted papers will be distributed at the conference.
In addition, negotiations are underway to arrange a special issue of an impact journal for selected extended versions of accepted papers.

Important Dates

Deadline for paper submission May 29, 2005
Notification of acceptance June 21, 2005
Camera ready copy due July 1, 2005
Conference July 7-8, 2002

Call for contributions
Last modified on Jan 19, 2005.