The 1st International Workshop on Frontiers of Multi-Agent Systems (FMAS2020)

About this workshop

Multi-Agent Systems (MAS) has been studied very widely. The high quality conferences like AAMAS and PRIMA have been successful for more than 20 years. Even this long history, there are a lot of new directions on MAS researches. These new directions are usually attractive and promising but sometime it is difficult to be evaluated precisely since the frontier researchers tend to be thinking differently and the research topic is not grown enough. Thus, it is very important to share opportunity to share and exchange these new ideas among the frontier researchers who will make the next generation of MAS research communities. This workshop brings frontier researchers together and discuss the next generation MAS research topics.

Workshop Date and Time

16:00-18:00 (JST/UTC+9), November 18, 2020


Each presenter has 20 minutes including Q&A. All presentations are done via Zoom video conference system. We will provide the invitation to all of the registrants.


Tomoya Oda, Soichiro Yokoyama, Tomohisa Yamashita, Hidenori Kawamura, Takayuki Warabino, Tomohiko Ogishi and Hideaki Tanaka Development of a Traffic-Simulation Environment Using RC Cars


Rithika Dulam, Kazuo Furuta and Taro Kanno An agent-based tool to analyze changes in the behavioral pattern of a consumer in disaster


İsmail Çağlar Çetintaş, Erkin Çilden and Büşra Yılmaz Multiple Environments in Multi-Agent Based Simulation: A Case Study


Stijn Henckens, Mostafa Mohajeriparizi and Giovanni Sileno Enriching a CP-Net by Asymmetric Merging


Karima Gouasmia, Wafa Mefteh and Faiez Gargouri MCA-IICD: Mobile and Cooperative Agent based approach for Intelligent Integration of Complex Data


Virtual in conjunction with PRIMA2020

Important Dates

Paper Submission

Paper format is exactly same as the PRIMA2020 main conference. The papers can be submitted to one of the following categories:

Submission site:

Review Process

FMAS2020 is single-blinded reivew. All submitted papers are going to be reviewed by at least two experts in this field.

Important note for authors who were rejected for PRIMA2020:

FMAS2020 will be jointly held in the PRIMA2020 conference. The papers which have been rejected by PRIMA2020 are very welcome for the workshop submission. Since these papers have been already reviewed in PRIMA, the decision process will be quicker. Please specify your paper ID in PRIMA2020 at the above submission.

Topics of Interest

Topics of interest are similar to PRIMA2020 but, are not limited to the following:

Logic and Reasoning
Engineering Multi-Agent Systems
Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation
Collaboration & Coordination
Economic paradigms
Human-Agent Interaction
Decentralized Paradigms
Application Domains for Multi-Agent Systems