Demonstration Submission: January 21st 2022 (23:59 UTC-12)
Author Notification: February 25th 2022 (23:59 UTC-12)
Camera Ready Submission: March 11th 2022 (23:59 UTC-12)
The goal of the AAMAS Demo track is to provide opportunities for participants from academia and industry to present their latest developments in agent-based and robotic systems. Interactive systems and novel applications are particularly welcome. Two “Best Demo” awards will be selected by the Demos Program Committee along with the conference attendees to recognise the most innovative demo (the one with the most original and significant research methodologies) and the best application demo (the one with the highest potential for real-world impact).
Authors of accepted papers and posters in the main track of the AAMAS conference, as well as workshop presenters, are particularly encouraged to submit.Topics of Interest
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) the following:
Systems implementing agents in real-world settings in various application areas such as engineering (e.g., transportation, robotics, manufacturing, grid), economy (e.g.,e-commerce), health care, societal challenges and education.
Systems supporting the development of agents which include development environments and tools to assist developers in the specification, design, implementation and/or testing of agent systems.
Systems using agents to model behavior which include virtual agents, simulation systems, games and social robots.
Submissions accepted to the Demo track will be advertised on the AAMAS website and included in the conference proceedings. Each Demo submission must consist of both the following elements (paper + video).
Paper (maximum 4 pages):
Papers should not be anonymised, i.e., author names and affiliations should be included.
Pages 1-2: Description of the system to be demonstrated. The authors are encouraged to discuss the application domain, problem scenario, technology used, agent/multi-agent techniques involved, innovations of the system, interactive aspects, etc.
Page 3: List the bibliographic references.
Page 4: A list of requirements for the demo setup at the conference for the organizers, in case the conference will be held in person.
Papers must be prepared using the AAMAS 2022 template and submitted as PDF files.
Submissions not conforming to the guidelines above will be rejected.
Video (maximum 5 minutes):
The paper must contain a URL to a (QuickTime or YouTube) demonstration video of no more than 5 minutes, showing and explaining the execution of the system.
The video should be understandable without sound as much as possible, as they may be played during the conference (see below). The video should include (at the beginning and at the end) the title of the demo and the track number provided by the submission system.
At least one author of each accepted demonstration is required to register and attend the conference to carry out the demonstration.
In case of an in-person (or hybrid) conference: The organisers will make every effort to facilitate demo requirements. If you have unusual requirements please contact the organisers in advance. We will provide a poster board, a monitor with a standard HDMI connector, a power strip and a 2m table for each demonstration. Videos of accepted demo papers will be played (with no sound) during breaks and demo sessions to increase visibility.
In case of a strictly virtual conference: The demos will have predefined slots in the program for interactive (Q&A) sessions. In addition, the videos will be available for all conference registrants throughout the conference.
Submissions should be made through the Demo track submission system at: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=aamas22demoSelection Process
The submission and selection process for the AAMAS 2022 Demos will be separate from that of the main conference. Each submission will be assessed by the Demos Program Committee. The authors will receive a brief evaluation report with the notification. The evaluation criteria are:
Relevance to the AAMAS conference
Significance and originality
Video content and presentation
Maturity and readiness of the demonstration
Potential for public interaction
Potential impact in the intended application domain
Potential interest to a broader audience
Noa Agmon (Bar-Ilan University, Israel)
Mubbasir Kapadia (Rutgers University, USA)