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Welcome to the Intelligent Agent Technology Group (IAT) located at the School of Software and Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia.

The group carries out research in intelligent agents and multi-agent systems, focusing on autonomous negotiation and decision-making, coordination, optimisation and adaptation mechanisms, and their applications in building and managing open, large-scale, distributed systems for Smart Infrastructure such as Smart Energy Grids, Smart Transport Systems, Smart Cloud Computing and Future Internet Systems.

We collaborate closely with the industry and research partners on a range of projects nationally and internationally, and always welcome collaboration opportunities and visitors in our centre.

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Latest News

Special Issue on QoS in Smart Cities with Elsevier JPDC
on: Sun 13 of Nov, 2016 [10:20 UTC]
IAT co-edits a special issue on Quality of Service in Smart Cities with Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing (Elsevier).
New Collaborative Project on Multi-Agent System for Smart Micro-Grids with EVs
on: Thu 10 of Nov, 2016 [12:47 UTC]
IAT@Swinburne and University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany) have been awarded a grant from UA-DAAD Joint Research Cooperation Scheme for a collaborative R&D project on Decentralized Multi-Agent Demand Side Management of Smart Micro-Grids with Electric Vehicle Coordination.
AI for Entreprises
on: Mon 12 of Sep, 2016 [09:18 UTC]
Professor Kowalczyk gives invited talks at the Artificial Intelligence for Enterprise forum in Sydney, 13-14 September 2016. More info...
New PhD Award
on: Mon 15 of Aug, 2016 [07:02 UTC]
The IAT Group congratulates Mohan Baruwal Chhetri for being awarded a PhD degree for a thesis "Policy-based Management of Service Level Agreements in Dynamic Environments". Congratulations Dr Baruwal Chhetri!


For the full list of IAT news please visit the News Archive.

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