Note: the workshop is asynchronous (except for the keynote). Each person interprets the schedule in their own time zone. The aim of the schedule is: (i) to get a commitment to spend time watching talks and engaging with comments; and (ii) to create synchronisation within each timezone, allowing for some discussion and social interaction. Authors are expected to regularly monitor and respond to questions and comments on their presented paper.

Day 1: Friday 8th May

9:00-9:10 Opening video (welcome, stats, explanation of how the workshop works) [Slides, MP4]

Session 1: Agent Programming

9:10-9:30 Encapsulating Reactive Behaviour in Goal-based Plans for Programming BDI Agents [EA]

9:30-9:50 Tactical Agents for Testing Computer Games

9:50-10:10 Model Transformations from the SARL Agent-Oriented Programming Language to an Object-Oriented Programming Language [IJAOSE]

10:10-10:30 Coffee break (provide your own) - and visit the social channel

10:30-10:50 Delivering Multi-Agent MicroServices using CArtAgO (BEST PAPER)

10:50-11:10 Exploiting Simulation for MAS Programming and Engineering---The JaCaMo-sim Platform

11:10-11:30 Short break - physical activity and social channel

Session 2: Multi-Agent Issues

11:30-11:50 Decentralized Programming for the Internet of Things

11:50-12:10 Goal-driven Adaptation of MOISE Organizations for Workflow Enactment

12:10-12:30 Computationally Grounded Quantitative Trust with Time [EA]

12:30-13:40 Lunch (self provided) - and visit the social channel

Session 3: Traffic

13:40-14:00 Adaptive and collaborative agent-based traffic regulation Using Behavior Trees [EA] [Original video file download]

14:00-14:20 Coordinated Control of Autonomous Vehicle Traffic on Roads of the Future [EA] [PDF, PPTX, Audio (M4A)]

14:20-14:35 Simulating Vehicular IoT Applications by Combining a Multi-agent System and Big Data [Short]

14:35-15:00 Coffee break (provide your own) - and visit the social channel

Session 4: Competitions

15:00-15:20 Agent programming competition presentation

15:20-15:35 Intention progression competition presentation

15:35-15:45 Closing summary for the day, and catch up on online discussions

15:45- Time to do non-EMAS stuff (e.g. email)

Day 2: Saturday 9th May

Session 5: Invited talk (joint with EXTRAAMAS - synchronous but also will be recorded)

9:00-10:30 Tim Miller: Explainable artificial intelligence: beware the inmates running the asylum (or How I learnt to stop worrying and love the social and behavioural sciences) [Slides, Video]
This will be delivered live at 9am CEST (=5pm Australia), including a long discussion session. The presentation will be recorded as well and made available immediately afterwards.

10:30-11:00 Coffee break (provide your own) - and visit the social channel

Session 6: Fault-tolerance and robustness

11:00-11:15 Fragility and Robustness in Multi-Agent Systems [Short] [Slides, MP4]

11:15-11:30 Fault Tolerance in Multiagent Systems [Short]

11:30-11:45 A Verification Framework for GOAL Agents [Doctoral]

11:45-12:00 Short break - physical activity and social channel

Session 7: Applications

12:00-12:20 Multi-Agent Control of Industrial Robot Vacuum Cleaners

12:20-12:40 iLQGames.jl: Rapidly Designing and Solving Differential Games in Julia [demo] [original video file on dropbox, Slides]

12:40-13:40 Lunch (self provided) - and visit the social channel

13:40-14:00 A user-centred social commitment model for location sharing applications in the family life domain [IJAOSE]

14:20-14:40 Orthos: A Trustworthy AI Framework For Data Acquisition

14:40-15:00 Closing summary for the day, catch up on online discussions, and workshop closing

15:00- Time to do non-EMAS stuff (e.g. email)