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
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Important dates
May 05
Jun 05
July 05
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Conference venue

The Agent Days 2005 will be hosted by the School of Computer Science (ETSI Informática) of the University of Málaga. All events will happen at the School premises.

Located in the "Campus de Teatinos", it has an easy access from Málaga downtown by bus or taxi (see the map page for details on how to get here).

Local Information

Málaga and its surrounding region offers a plethora of possibilities for tourism, culture, and social life. Follow this link for accomodation information and suggestions on what to do and what to see during your free time in Málaga.


You are kindly requested to wear your name badge at all times, as admittance to the talks, coffee breaks, and lunches, is not allowed without your badge. The conference assistants will be wearing specific badges for easy recognition.


Meals and coffee-breaks are included for those who handle a valid pass to the Conference. Special food (vegetarian and pork-free food) can be arranged on request.


Málaga is the capital of the Costa del Sol (Cost of Sun), so warm and nice temperatures are expected during the conference, ranging from 25C to 30C (77F-86F). Bring your swimming suit with you (for your spare days!), and do not forget some protection for the sun.

Visa Requeriments

If you are travelling to Spain from outside the Schengen region, you may wish to check wether you need a visa. Information is available here.

Health regulations

No vaccinations are required when entering Spain from any country.


The conference organizers will not be able to take out any kind of insurance for participants or accompanying persons. Participants are required to make their own arrangements concerning insurance.


The Euro is the official currency in Spain.


Organizational details during the conference will be dealt with at the registration desk. Should you need further assistance, do not hesitate to contact any person of the organization, that will try to help in everything they can.

The usual emergency and help numbers are always available:

  • Local police: 092
  • National police: 091
  • Fire brigade: 080
  • Health service: 061
  • Red Cross: 95 222 222
  • Toxicology: 91 620 420

Please do not hesitate to ring them in case of trouble. Málaga is a tourist resource used to deal with tourists and their problems, and normally very friendly to foreigners.

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Last modified on Jan 19, 2005.