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Research question

Control de sistemas multirobot ligados.
Control por refuerzo (con y sin modelo).

Estado burocrático de la tesis

Manuel Graña
Inscrita la tesis (Manuel Graña)
DEA realizado
DEFENDIDA... prueba superada!!!!

Call for papers


Scope and Goals:

The Workshop of Physical Agents intends to be a forum for information and experiences exchange in different areas regarding the concept of agent on physical environments, especially applied to the control and coordination of autonomous systems: robots, mobile robots, industrial processes or complex systems. Participation to WAF'2012 is open to Spanish and international research groups from areas related to autonomous control systems and artificial intelligence applied to robotics and domotics.

Areas of interest:

We look for contributions describing scientific works in all areas that use agent-based technologies concepts, especially industrial applications, robotics and domotics (physical agents) and applications related to the information society, (software agents) highlighting the similarities and synergies among physical and software agents. We understand that physical agent applications are mainly orientated to the control, coordination and planning of autonomous systems: industrial or mobile robots, industrial processes, domotics and complex systems. Contributions can also be related to educational aspects of the above mentioned technologies. As in previous years, topics related to Robocup and FIRA (robotic soccer), AgentLink, and AgentCities will also be welcomed. That is: Computer vision techniques, planning on dynamic systems, simulation environments as RoboSoccer or JavaSoccer, motion coordination and cooperation among robots, interchange of network services, Internet, etc. Just as previous editions, the Program Committee invites participants to bring real robots to the Workshop

Submissions of papers are invited in any of the following topics, and in related areas:

- Physical agents - Software agents - Multiagent systems - Domotic agents & applications - Smart-sensors networks - Human-Robot interaction - Robotic manipulators - Robocup and soccer robots - Mobile robots - Autonomous and semiautonomous robots - Cooperating robots - Industrial robotics - Applied intelligent robotic systems - Computer vision and robotics - SLAM - Artificial Vision and Robotics - Machine learning and robotics

Demos and Exhibitions

As in former editions of this workshop, the organizing committee will support live or video-based demos and exhibitions. Those interested in taking part in the mobile robots exhibitions must contact the organization as soon as possible in order to organize the logistic aspects. Some suggested exhibitions are: robotic soccer players, searching & collecting robots, exploratory and map building robots, cooperating robots, guide robots, surveillance robots, etc. Additionally, a commented video may be a suitable demo if, due to any reason, live demos should not be possible.

Important Dates

When: September 3-4, 2012 Where: Citius, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain Submission Deadline: March 31, 2012 Notification Due: May 21, 2012 Final version due: June 4, 2012

For details please visit:

Call for papers

CCIA 2012 - 15th International Conference of the Catalan Association of Artificial Intelligence October 24-26, 2012

Alacant - Spain Web Page:


We invite you to participate in the Fiveteenth International Conference of the Catalan Association of Artificial Intelligence (CCIA 2012), which will take place on October 24-26, 2012 at the University of Alacant.

The main goal of this conference is to foster discussion around the last works in Artificial Intelligence which have been developed by the research community of the Catalan Countries, as well as gathering community members. We encourage you to contribute with finished works as well as preliminary works with promising original and innovative ideas.


Agents and Multi-agent Systems AI Applications Machine Learning Knowledge Engineering Fusion/Aggregation of Information Real Time AI Natural Languages Data Mining Reasoning Models Perception Planning and Optimization Constraint Programming Evolutionary Programming Speech Recognition AI Problem Solving Robotics Satisfiability Fuzzy Systems Artificial Life Artificial Neural Networks


We invite you to submit contributions reflecting both finished works as well as work in progress, containing original and promising ideas.

Submissions must meet the following guidelines:

-Conference official languages are: catalan, spanish, french, italian and english, but only english works will be published in conference proceedings. -Contributions should be submitted camera-ready. -All contributions must be in PDF format. -All submissions will have a maximum length of 10 pages. -Peer reviewing is not blind, so all contributions should be in complete article form, including authors names and affiliation. -Contributions should be without page numbers. -All works must have an Abstract.

Submission will be through EasyChair at


Conference proceedings will be published by IOS Press (Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications).

This year only articles in LaTex format will be accepted due to the problems caused in previous editions by the Word format.

IOS Press has available for download detailed instructions for LaTex when prepairing manuscripts on author's corner (

Templates and stylesheets for LaTeX can be downloaded from


   Paper submission deadline:  May 18, 2012
   Author notification:        July 1, 2012
   Final version deadline:    July 20, 2012
   Early registration date:   July 27, 2012
   Conference:    October 24-26, 2012


General Chair: Eva Onaindia (UPV) Local Arrangement Chair: Miguel Cazorla (UA)

Programme Chair: David Riaño (URV)


Miguel Cazorla

Departamento de Ciencia de la Computación e Inteligencia Artificial Universitat d'Alacant Apdo. 99 03080 Alicante (Spain)

Tlfn: +34965903400 ext 2992 Fax: +34965903902


Núria Agell (ESADE) Maite López Sánchez (UB) René Alquézar (UPC) Beatriz López (UdG) Teresa Alsinet (UdL) Joaquim Meléndez (UdG) Cecilio Angulo (UPC) Pedro Meseguer (IIIA-CSIC) Carlos Ansótegui (UdL) Antonio Moreno (URV) Josep Argelich (UdL) Angela Nebot (UPC) Federico Barber (UPV) Eva Onaindia (UPV) Ester Bernadó-Mansilla (URL) José Oncina (UA) María Luisa Bonet (UPC) Santi Ontañón (IIIA-CSIC) Ramón Béjar (UdL) Jordi Planes (UdL) Miquel Bofill (UdG) Josep Puyol Gruart (IIIA-CSIC) Dídac Busquets (UdG) Miguel Ramírez (UPF) Hubie Chen (UPF) David Riaño (URV) Ulises Cortés (UPC) Jordi Sabater Mir (IIIA-CSIC) Pompeu Casanovas (UAB) José Salvador Sánchez Garreta (UJI) Miguel Cazorla (UA) Miquel Sánchez Marré (UPC) Pilar Dellunde (IIIA-CSIC) Ricardo Toledo (UAB) Mikel Forcada (UA) Vicenç Torra (IIIA-CSIC) Ana García Fornés (UPV) Carme Torras (IRI-CSIC/UPC) Elisabet Golobardes (URL) Aida Valls (URV) José Manuel Iñesta (UA) Maria Vanrell (UAB) Anders Jonsson (UPF) Xavier Varona (UIB) Vicente Julián (UPV) Juan Miguel Vilar (UJI) Javier Larrosa (UPC) Mateu Villaret (UdG) Jordi Levy (IIIA-CSIC) Jordi Vitrià (UB) Ramon López De Mántaras (IIIA-CSIC)


María Isabel Alfonso Antonio Botía Otto Colomina Domingo Gallardo José García-Rodríguez Javier Montoyo Vicente Morell Sergio Orts Cristina Pomares Anna Romero Diego Viejo

Grupo Robótica y Visión Tridimensional, Universitat d'Alacant