Workshop History

LAMAS 2010 was intended to be the first workshop on logical aspects of agent systems. However, Hans van Ditmarsch had pointed out to us that there were already two events with the same acronym (and pretty much the same subject coverage). It even turned out that we shared an invited speaker with the first edition of Hans’s LAMAS!

We liked the idea of suddenly having some history behind us, and hence happily upgraded the 2010 LAMAS from 1st to 3rd.

The history of LAMAS includes the following events so far:

  • LAMAS 2002: 1st Workshop on Logic And Multi-Agent Systems, October 29 and 30, 2002, Dunedin, New Zealand. Invited speakers: Wiebe van der Hoek and Ron van der Meyden.
  • LAMAS 2007: 2nd Workshop on Logic And Multi-Agent Systems, 15 and 16 February 2007, Dunedin, New Zealand. Invited speakers: Enrico Franconi and Guido Governatori.
  • LAMAS 2010: 3rd Workshop on Logic Aspects of Multi-Agent Systems, 11 May 2010, Toronto, Canada. Invited speakers: Wiebe van der Hoek en Leon van der Torre.
  • LAMAS 2011: 4th Workshop on Logic Aspects of Multi-Agent Systems, 11 November 2011, Osuna, Spain. Invited speakers: Andreas Herzig.
  • LAMAS 2012: 5th Workshop on Logic Aspects of Multi-Agent Systems, 5 June 2012, Valencia, Spain. Invited speakers: Wiebe van der Hoek, University of Liverpool and Alessio Lomuscio, Imperial College London.
  • LAMAS 2013: 6th Workshop on Logic Aspects of Multi-Agent Systems, 12-13 December 2013, Toulouse, France. Held as special session of EUMAS 2013.
  • LAMAS 2014: 7th Workshop on Logic Aspects of Multi-Agent Systems, 5 May 2014, Paris, France. Co-located with AAMAS 2014.
  • LAMAS 2015: 8th Workshop on Logic Aspects of Multi-Agent Systems, 4 May 2015, Istanbul, Turkey. Co-located with AAMAS 2015.