Call for Participants
About the EASSS 2023
As was the case with the earlier editions, EASSS 2023 will offer a rich programme of both introductory and advanced courses on a broad range of topics in the area of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems. The courses will be taught by leading researchers in the field, and are aimed at advanced Masters students, PhD students, and other young researchers.
Besides the tutorials, there will also be an open poster session that everyone working in the field is invited to contribute to. Please, indicate this in the registration form.
EASSS 2023 is organized under the auspices of EURAMAS, the European Association for Multi-Agent Systems.
Important Dates & Registration Fees
|Until||Fee (Student)||Fee (Academia)||Fee (Non-academia)|
|Early Bird Registration||May 19, 2023||100 €||150 €||200 €|
|Registration||June 24, 2023||120 €||200 €||250 €|
|Summer School||July 17 - 21, 2023||150 €||250 €||300 €|
The fee covers participation in the courses, coffee breaks, and access to the materials.
To register for EASSS ’23, please fill in the registration form.
The registration fee (according to the table above) should be paid by bank transfer within 7 days from the registration using the following account:
- Česká informatická společnost, z.s.
- Thákurova 9, 160 00 Prague
- VAT ID
- Account Number
- Variable Symbol
- KB PRAHA 6
- Note to Recepient
- Please, attach the name of the participant as a note to the recipient.
Thanks to the generous support of the ACM Special Interest Group on Artificial Intelligence (ACM SIGAI), we are able to offer a limited number of student grants in the form of fee waivers.
We consider eligible everyone whose institution provides limited funding for participation in similar events. The student grant application is easy; just indicate that you would like to make use of our student grant scheme in the registration form. Next, send us an email with attached your CV and a letter from your supervisor, and we will notify you in a few days on grant allocation.
We particularly encourage people from under-represented communities to use the student grant and join the workshop.