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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

International Workshop on MAS Applications for Energy Markets, Smart Grids
on: Fri 06 of Jul, 2018 [14:06 UTC]
The IAT Group has co-organised the International Workshop on Multi-agent based Applications for Energy Markets, Smart Grids and Sustainable Energy Systems (MASGES) at the 16th International Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (PAAMS) in Toledo (Spain) on 20th-22nd June, 2018.
Best Research Paper Award (1st Runner-up) at PACIS 2018
on: Fri 29 of Jun, 2018 [10:58 UTC]
Congratulations to Kent Ramchand, Mohan Chhetri and Ryszard Kowalczyk for receiving the Best Research Paper Award (1st Runner-up) at the 22nd Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2018)
"Future of AI” at Victorian Parliament
on: Thu 24 of May, 2018 [14:08 UTC]
Prof Ryszard Kowalczyk in an invited panel on “Future of AI” for the All-Party Parliamentary Group on AI at Victorian Parliament on 24 May 2018
Postdoctoral Research Fellow & 2 PhD Scholarships in Autonomic Cyber Resilience
on: Mon 05 of Mar, 2018 [11:18 UTC]
Expressions of interest are sought from prospective candidates for Postdoctoral Research Fellow and 2 PhD Scholarships in Autonomic Cyber Resilience to join a significant collaborative research project "Autonomic Computing for Resilient Cyber Operations in Contested Environments" between the Swinburne University of Technology, Data61 of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and the Defence Science and Technology (DST) Group. For more info click here.

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