Agent colloquium


The agent colloquium is organized by the

in cooperation with the research school SIKS. Once a month a presentation on an agent or multi-agent related topic will be given at one of these three locations, usually coinciding with a local colloquium (ISIS, CABS, and SEN4, respectively).

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Algorithm colloquium abstracts

Security and Game Theory: Key Algorithmic Principles, Deployed Applications and Research Challenges

by Milind Tambe, on May 25, 2016, 16:00 in room LB 01.220 (van der Poelzaal) at EWI, Delft Security is a critical concern around the world, whether it is the challenge of protecting ports, airports and other critical infrastructure, protecting endangered wildlife, forests and fisheries, suppressing urban crime or security in cyberspace....more

Intelligent Frameworks for Applications in the Smart Grid

by Prashant Doshi, on August 26, 12:00 in room HB 09.150 (Dijkstrazaal) at EWI, Delft Energy grids are poised to transform as they rely increasingly on renewable energy sources. Uncertainty of these sources motivates that grids become more computerized, allow for bidirectional communication between the grid operator and consumers, and...more

Bayesian affect control theory: a POMDP model of human affective interaction

by Jesse Hoey  on November 10, 12:30-13:30 in room HB03.240 (Katwijkzaal) at EWI, Delft. Affect Control Theory is a mathematical representation of the interactions between two persons, in which it is posited that people behave in a way so as to minimize the amount of deflection between their cultural emotional sentiments and the...more

Computable analysis and control synthesis over complex dynamical systems via formal verification

by Alessandro Abate from the Department of Computer Science in Oxford. This talk will take place on Wednesday October 8 2014, 14:00 in room LB01.170 (Timmanzaal) at EWI, Delft. Abstract:This talk looks at the development of abstraction techniques based on quantitative approximations, in order to investigate the dynamics of complex systems...more

Online Mechanism Design with Pre-Commitment and its Application to Electric Vehicle Charging

by Enrico Gerding, lecturer in the Agents, Interaction and Complexity Research Group of the School of Electronics and Computer Science, Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering, University of Southampton This talk will be on Thursday January 16 2014, 12:00 in room HB 07.150 (Dijkstrazaal) at EWI,...more

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