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Event Chairs

Conference Chair

Jaap van den Herik
Leiden University

Brief Bio
Jaap van den Herik is Professor of Law and Computer Science at Leiden University, Leiden, the Netherlands. He is Chair of the Board of Directors of the Leiden Centre of Data Science (LCDS). He was able to attract many talented researchers. He was supervisor of 75 Ph.D. researchers. His research interests are: Computer Games, Serious Games, Big Data, Machine Learning, Adaptive Agents, Neural Networks, Information Retrieval, e -Humanities, Intelligent Crowd Sourcing, and Intelligent Systems for Law Applications.


Program Chair

Ana Paula Rocha

Brief Bio
Ana Paula Rocha is an Auxiliary Professor at the Department of Computing Engineering, University of Porto. She participated in European as well as national funded projects involving advanced features of intelligent agents for applications. She is member of DAIAS (Distributed Artificial Intelligence and Agent-based Simulation) group at LIACC (Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science) since 1990. She is also member of APPIA (Portuguese Association for Artificial Intelligence). Her main current research topics of interest include Agent-based frameworks for B2B electr nic commerce, Multi-Agent Learning, Negotiation, Argumentation and Trust. She participated in the organization of workshops related to Artificial Intelligence and Multi Agent Systems, as well as in the Program Committee of several conferences in these areas. ... More >>


Doctoral Consortium Chair

Eduardo Fermé
University of Madeira

Brief Bio
Eduardo Fermé is Associate Professor in the area of Artificial Intelligence and Logic and Head of the Department of Informatic Engineering and Interactive Digital Media at the University of Madeira. His main topic of research is knowledge representation and reasoning, in particular belief revision and nonmonotonic reasoning. He was chairman of the JELIA'14 - European Conference on Logics in Artificial Intelligence and is one of the chairman of the 17th International Workshop on Non-Monotonic Reasoning (NMR'18). He is one of the organizer of the biannual Madeira Workshops on Belief R vision and Argumentation (BrArg). He has more than 60 academic publication in his area of research. He supervised 3 PhD student and 27 MSs students. ... More >>