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ATT 2018 : Agents in Traffic and Transportation


When Jul 13, 2018 - Jul 15, 2018
Where Stockholm, Sweden
Abstract Registration Due Apr 26, 2018
Submission Deadline Apr 29, 2018
Notification Due May 28, 2018
Final Version Due Jun 25, 2018
Categories    multi agent learning   multi agent simulation   smart transportation   autonomic transportation syste

Call For Papers

10th International Workshop on Agents in Traffic and Transportation (ATT 2018)


Held in correspondence with the in conjunction with ECAI/IJCAI, AAMAS and ICML conferences

July 13-15, 2018, Stockholm, Sweden


Important dates

Abstract submission deadline (EXTENDED): April 26th, 2018

Paper submission deadline (EXTENDED): April 29th, 2018

Notifications of acceptance: May 28th, 2018

Camera-ready copies due: June 25th, 2018

Workshop Date: July 13th - 15th, 2018

Call for papers


Building effective and user-friendly transportation systems is one of the big challenges for engineers in the 21st century. The rapid change of location, enabled by plane, high-speed rail, sea and road travel, has constantly become easier and more natural. These days we travel without any of the difficulties that accompanied taking a trip less than a century ago. All we have to do is to organize and to pick up the transport mode that comes closest to our objectives. In much the same way, many new opportunities for the delivery of goods are being explored and commercially exploited.

The purpose of this workshop is to bring researchers and practitioners together in order to set up visions on how Agent technologies, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligent techniques in general, can be and are used for today's isolated IT-tools so as to model, simulate, and manage large-scale complex transportation systems. Therefore, we are interested in research papers, case studies and practitioners' reports on the implementation and use of intelligent agents in all areas related to transportation, traffic and logistics. Besides running real-world applications, we are also interested in papers concerning demonstrators or testbeds that are still under development. Conceptual papers and those reporting on particular components of transportation systems are also welcome.

This is the tenth of a well established series of workshops since 2000. ATT-2018 proceedings will be published online as CEUR workshop proceedings (and will thus have an ISSN). We plan to publish revised and extended versions of the best ATT-2018 papers in a JCR-ranked journal.

Relevant topics include (but are not limited to):

- Applications of AI technology in traffic, transportation, and transport logistics
- Optimization (e.g., traffic assignment, routing, route choice)
- Autonomic transportation systems
- Coordination in intelligent transportation systems
- Intelligent, adaptive traffic control
- Distributed decision making in traffic, transportation and transport logistics
- Multi-agent systems for intelligent vehicles
- Machine learning and multi-agent learning for traffic and transportation (also based on, e.g., reinforcement learning and deep learning)
- Mobile devices in smart transportation systems
- Intelligent monitoring of transportation systems
- Data collection, filtering and distribution of traffic information and transportation data
- Autonomous vehicles and collaborative driving
- Self-* properties of traffic systems
- Multilevel goals and goal conflicts in traffic and transportation
- Agent-based approaches to modelling driver behaviour
- Cognitive approaches to modelling traffic participants
- Agent-based simulation of traffic and transportation systems
- Agent-based pedestrian and crowd simulation
- Future technologies: opportunities for smart transportation
- Shared and on-demand mobility (car sharing, ride sharing, Mobility as a Service etc)

For ATT2018 we specially encourage submissions on real-world applications using a minimum of assumptions about future equipments and using novel techniques from the area of Autonomic Traffic Control and Management.

Submission details


Contributions should not exceed 8 pages in English. For the preparation of papers to be submitted please use the IJCAI template also available from the IJCAI-2018 website ( Contributions should carry the title, author(s) name(s), and affiliation including e-mail address, and should include an abstract.

Submissions are accepted only via the EasyChair conference management system:

Only the PDF of the manuscript is required for the first submission.

Organizing Committee

Ana Bazzan, UFRGS (Brasil), bazzan [AT]

Luca Crociani, University of Milan - Bicocca (Italy), luca.crociani [AT]

Ivana Dusparic, Trinity College Dublin (Ireland), ivana.dusparic [AT]

Sascha Ossowski, University Rey Juan Carlos (Spain), sascha.ossowski [AT]

Steering committee

Ana Bazzan, UFRGS (Brasil), bazzan[AT]

Franziska Klügl, Örebro University (Sweden), franziska.klugl[AT]

Sascha Ossowski, University Rey Juan Carlos (Spain), sascha.ossowski[AT]

Giuseppe Vizzari, University of Milano-Bicocca (Italy), giuseppe.vizzari[AT]

Program Committee (provisional):


Itzhak Benenson (Tel Aviv University, Israel)
Ladislau Boloni (University of Central Florida, USA)
Juan Carlos Burguillo (University of Vigo, Spain)
Eduardo Camponogara (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brasil)
Shih-Fen Cheng (Singapore Management University, Singapore)
Paul Davidsson (Malmö University, Sweden)
Bart De Schutter (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands)
Alexis Drogoul (IRD, France)
Jelena Fiosina (Clausthal University of Technology, Germany)
Hideki Fujii (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Adriana Giret (Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain)
Hiromitsu Hattori (Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan)
Kamalakar Karlapalem (CDE, IIIT Hyderabad, India)
Marin Lujak (IMT Lille Douai, France)
Rene Mandiau (LAMIH, Université de Valenciennes,France)
Lee Mccluskey (University of Huddersfield, UK)
Julien Monteil (IBM Research, Ireland)
Kai Nagel (TU Berlin, Germany)
Yuu Nakajima (Toho University, Japan)
Omer Rana (Cardiff University, UK)
Nicole Ronald (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)
Rosaldo Rossetti (University of Porto, Portugal)
José Reynaldo Setti (University of São Paulo, Brazil)
Sabine Timpf (Geoinformatics, Department of Geography, University of Augsburg, Germany)
Ronald Van Katwijk (TNO, The Hague, Netherlands)
László Zsolt Varga (ELTE IK, Hungary)
Giuseppe Vizzari (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy)

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