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Brian Logan wins Best Blue Skies Paper Award

Brian Logan wins the best Blue Skies paper award at the Autonomous Agents and Multi Agent Systems Conference (AAMAS) 2017.

The paper by Brian Logan, John Thangarajah, and Neil Yorke-Smith, "Progressing Intention Progression: A Call for a Goal-Plan Tree Contest” won the best Blue Skies paper award at AAMAS 2017, sponsored by the Computing Community Consortium. The goal of the Blue Skies initiative by the CCC is to help conferences reach out beyond the usual research papers that present completed work and to seek out papers that present ideas and visions that can stimulate the research community to pursue new directions. Papers in a “Blue Sky Ideas” track should be open-ended, possibly “outrageous” or “wacky”, and present new problems, new application domains, or new methodologies that are likely to stimulate significant new research.

AAMAS 2017 awards session slides: http://acquaviva.com.br/AAMAS2017/downloads/AAMAS2017-Awards-Session.pdf

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Posted on Monday 15th May 2017

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