The series of invited lectures organized by CETINIA features renowned researchers presenting their ideas both in research and innovation and allowing us to discuss the different views that exist about them.
The main objective of this series is to promote research and knowledge transfer in the field of Intelligent Information Technologies. The lectures take place in a relaxed atmosphere of open discussion that facilitates communication and the exchange of ideas and experiences, thus fostering cooperation in research and innovation.
Invited Lecture "Cooperative, Self-aware and Intelligent Systems: architectural components and future directions in Internet of Things" by Radu Mihailescu (U Malmö)
Invited Lecture "Including Serious Games in the Research Agenda of Artificial Transportation Systems" by Rosaldo J. F. Rossetti (U Porto)
Invited Lecture "MemorySense. Let your smartphone figure out the memorable moments of your life" by Matteo Vasirani (EPFL)
Invited Lecture on "A Multi-Agent Organization to Support Group Activities" by Moser Fagundes (PUCRS)
Invited Lecture on "Coordinating Multi-agent Systems using Social Laws" by Thomas Ågotnes (U Bergen)
Invited lecture "Towards Intelligent Transport and Energy Systems Using Agent Technology" by Paul Davidsson (U Malmö)
Invited Lecture on "Multiagent Planning for Social Computation" by Michael Rovatsos (U Edinburgh)
Invited Lecture on "The Economics of Baseline Consumption Estimation for Residential Demand Response" by Matteo Vasirani (EPFL)
Invited Lecture on "Extracting Reputation in Complex Social Networks" by Ramón Hermoso (U Essex)
Invited Lecture on "Temporal Difference Learning" by Eduardo Alonso (City U London)
Invited Lecture on "Smarter Health Care Services and Analytics" by Christian Guttmann (IBM Melbourne)