Jordi Sabater-Mir holds a BSc in Computer Science, a Masters degree in Artificial Intelligence and a doctorate in Artificial Intelligence. He has been a postdoctoral Marie Curie fellow at the Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies (ISTC) in Rome, Italy, and has participated in several European and national research projects. Currently he holds a 'Ramon y Cajal' contract at the Artificial Intelligence Research Institute of the Spanish Scientific Research Council (CSIC), Barcelona, Spain. His current research is focused on trust, reputation and social network analysis in multi-agent system, cognitive agents and electronic institutions.
IIIA - Artificial Intelligence Research Institute
CSIC - Spanish Scientific Research Council
Campus Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
08193 Bellaterra, Catalonia
Mario Paolucci is Technology Expert at LABSS (Laboratory of Agent Based Social Simulation, http://www.istc.cnr.it/lss/) in the ISTC/CNR (Institute for Cognitive Science and Technology), Rome. He has been teaching Fundamentals of Computer Science II at University Of Perugia and Data Bases at the University of Rome 1. He has chaired the RASTA '02 and '03 workshops, the RAS '04 workshop, and has participated in the program committee of conferences and worshops, including the MABS series. His publications include a book on Reputation with Rosaria Conte and articles on JASSS and Adaptive Behavior.
LABSS (Laboratory on Agent-Based Social Simulation)
Institute of Cognitive Science and Technology, CNR
Via San Martino della Battaglia, 44
Rosaria Conte is a cognitive scientist. She is Head of the ISTC-LABSS (Laboratory of Agent Based Social Simulation at the Institute of Cognitive Science and Technology) of the Italian Research Council. She also teaches Social Psychology at the University of Siena. Member of the European Social Simulation Association (ESSA), of several European Networks of Excellence and participated in two European Projects under the 5th FW. She is quite active both in the field of social simulation and in the cognitive modelling of social processes for multi agent systems. She wrote 4 monographs and edited 5 collections, and published more than a hundred papers, between international indexed journals, book chapters and international proceedings. Her main research interests include cognitive agent theory, agent-based simulation, norm-based action, evolution of social and cultural artefacts, innofusion.
National Research Council
Institute of Cognitive Science and Technology
V.LE Marx 15
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