Invited Speakers

Prof. Dr. Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni (France)
Full Professor at Sorbonne University (Faculté des Sciences et d'Ingénierie)Editor-in-Chief of the Online Journal in Open Access Multi-agent Systems, Elected member of the Board of Directors of International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (IFAAMAS), Elected member of the Board of Directors of the European Association for Multi-Agent Systems ( EURAMAS)read more
Prof. Dr. Kim G. Larsen (Denmark)
He is a professor in the Department of Computer Science at Aalborg University within the Distributed and Embedded Systems Unit and director of the ICT-competence center CISS, Center for Embedded Software Systems. In 2015 he won an ERC Advanced Grant with the project LASSO for learning, analysis, synthesis and optimization of cyber physical systems. He is also director of the Sino-Danish Basic Research Center IDEA4CPS, the Danish Innovation Network InfinIT, as well as the newly founded innovation research center DiCyPS: Data Intensive Cyber Physical more
Prof. Dr. C.M. Jonker (Netherlands)
Catholijn Jonker (1967) is full professor of Interactive Intelligence at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science of the Delft University of Technology. Her publications address cognitive processes and concepts such as negotiation, teamwork and the dynamics of individual agents and organizations. In all her research lines Catholijn has adopted a value-sensitive approach. In particular, she works towards intelligent agents that can interact with their users in value-conflicting situations when also meta-values no longer solve the situation. In Delft she works with an interdisciplinary team to create synergy between humans and technology by understanding, shaping and using fundamentals of intelligence and interaction. read more
Prof. Dr. Alessandro Ricci (Italy)
Alessandro Ricci is a researcher at DISI (Department of Computer Science and Engineering), University of Bologna. He has been working in the research group called “aliCE” lead by Andrea Omicini since 2001 ( ). He got his researcher position in October 2006. He got a PhD in Computer Science Engineering in 2004, with a thesis titled "Engineering Agent Societies with Coordination Artifacts and Related Infrastructures". He graduated at the Computer Science Engineering faculty of the University of Bologna in March 2000, with a thesis titled ”Modelli ed Infrastrutture di Coordinazione per l'Ingegneria dei Sistemi Software” (Coordination Models and Infrastructures for the engineering of Software Systems”). read more
Prof. Dr. Nestor Catano (Russia)
Head of SE lab and visiting professor at IU Bertrand Meyer received a Master's Degree in Engineering from the École Polytechnique in Paris, the second Master's Degree from Stanford University, and a PhD from the Université de Nancy in Nancy, Meurthe-et-Moselle. He had a technical and managerial career for nine years at Électricité de France, and for three years was on the faculty at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Since October 2001, he has been Professor of Software Engineering at ETH Zürich, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, where he pursues research on building trusted components (reusable software elements) with a guaranteed level of quality. read more
Dr. Samiha Ayed (France)
Her researchers includes: Deploying Security Policy in Intra and Inter Workflow Management Systems, Security Aspects: A Framework for Enforcement of Security Policies Using AOP, Achieving dynamicity in security policies enforcement using aspects, Dynamic Security Policies Enforcement and Adaptation Using Aspects, Dynamic deployment of access and usage control policies using aspects. read more
Dr. Pieter Cuijpers (Netherlands)
Hiscurrent research interest is focussed on the development of new mathematical methods for the analysis of embedded systems behaviour. Important concepts that play a role in this are: - Axiomatic reasoning about execution intervals (and their prefix order); - Event-based modeling and simulation (Matlab SimEvents); - Dataflow graphs and max-plus algebra; read more
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