The 19th European Conference on Multi-Agent Systems

September 14-16, 2022 in Düsseldorf


The 19th European Conference on Multi-Agent Systems (EUMAS 2022) will be on September 14-16, 2022. We hope that we are allowed to welcome you at the Heinrich-Heine-Universität in Düsseldorf (Germany), and plan the event on site. Note, however, that this may change due to local COVID regulations.

EUMAS 2022 is an EURAMAS designated event which follows the tradition of previous editions (Oxford 2003, Barcelona 2004, Brussels 2005, Lisbon 2006, Hammamet 2007, Bath 2008, Agia Napa 2009, Paris 2010, Maastricht 2011, Dublin 2012, Toulouse 2013, Prague 2014, Athens 2015, Valencia 2016, Evry 2017, Bergen 2018, Thessaloniki 2020, Israel (online) 2021), and aims to encourage and support activity in the research and development of multi- agent systems, in academic and industrial effort. The conference aspires to be the primary European forum for researchers interested in the theory and practice of autonomous agents and multi-agent systems. EUMAS enables researchers to meet, present challenges, preliminary and mature research results in an open environment. EUMAS 2022 features formal proceddings published as part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series of Springer.

This conference is kindly sponsored by the Gesellschaft von Freunden und Förderern der Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf e.V. (GFFU).


Important Dates

  • Camera-Ready Papers: August 12, 2022
  • Camera-ready PhD Day summaries: August 7, 2022
  • Registration Deadline: August 28, 2022
  • Conference: September 14 - 16, 2022
All deadlines are 11:59 pm anywhere on earth.



PhD Day

(September 14)

Piotr Faliszewski

Conference Day 1

(September 15)

11:00-12:00 Keynote Speaker: Prof. Saruman the White: Towards an Envy Free Pareto Efficient Allocation of The Ruling Ring.

21:00-13:00 Keynote Speaker: Bilbo Baggins (B.Sc): There And Back Again: On Shortest Path Algorithms.

Conference Day 2

(September 16)

10:00-11:00 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Gandalf the Grey: Why Arthur-Merlin Protocols Are Actually Like Frodo-Gandalf Games.

11:00-12:00 Keynote Speaker: Sauron (M.Sc): The Structure of Commutative Rings With Ruling Elements.

Invited Speakers

Accepted Papers

  • Leyla Ade and Arianna Novaro. Iterative Goal-Based Approval Voting
  • Davide Ancona, Angelo Ferrando, and Viviana Mascardi. Mind the Gap! Runtime Verification of Partially Observable MASs with Probabilistic Trace Expressions
  • Aviram Aviv, Yaniv Oshrat, Samuel L. Assefa, Toby Mustapha, Daniel Borrajo, Manuela Veloso, and Sarit Kraus. Advising Agent for Service-Providing Live-Chat Operators
  • Cristian Berceanu and Monica Patrascu. Initial Conditions Sensitivity Analysis of a Two-Species Butterfly-Effect Agent-Based Model
  • Gili Bielous and Reshef Meir. Proxy Manipulation for Better Outcomes
  • Rachael Colley and Umberto Grandi. The Spread of Opinions via Boolean Networks
  • Piotr Faliszewski, Grzegorz Gawron, and Bartosz Kusek. Robustness of Greedy Approval Rules
  • Grzegorz Gawron and Piotr Faliszewski. Using Multiwinner Voting to Search for Movies
  • Athina Georgara, Juan Antonio Rodriguez Aguilar, and Carles Sierra. Allocating Teams to Tasks: An Anytime Heuristic Competence-Based Approach
  • Pavlos Geronymakis, Dimitrios Troullinos, Georgios Chalkiadakis, and Markos Papageorgiou. Collaborative Decision Making for Lane-Free Autonomous Driving in the Presence of Uncertainty
  • Halvard Hummel and Magnus Lie Hetland. Maximin Shares under Cardinality Constraints
  • Egor Ianovski, Daria Teplova, and Valeriia Kuka. Welfare Effects of Strategic Voting under Scoring Rules
  • Pallavi Jain, Krzysztof Sornat, and Nimrod Talmon. Preserving Consistency for Liquid Knapsack Voting
  • Grzegorz Lisowski. Strategic Nominee Selection in Tournament Solutions
  • Reshef Meir, Nimrod Talmon, Gal Shahaf, and Edud Shapiro. Sybil-Resilient Social Choice with Low Voter Turnout
  • Reuth Mirsky, Ignacio Carlucho, Muhammad Arrasy Rahman, Elliot Fosong, William Macke, Mohan Sridharan, Peter Stone, and Stefano V. Albrecht. A Survey of Ad Hoc Teamwork Research
  • Nieves Montes, Nardine Osman, and Carles Sierra. Combining Theory of Mind and Abduction for Cooperation under Imperfect Information
  • Nima Motamed, Arie Soeteman, Simon Rey, and Ulle Endriss. Participatory Budgeting with Multiple Resources
  • Mostafa Mohajeri Parizi, Thomas Van Binsbergen, Giovanni Sileno, and Tom Van Engers. Introducing Normative Advisors into MAS
  • Soheil Roshankish and Nicoletta Fornara. A Methodology for Formalizing Different Types of Norms
  • Sharadhi Alape Suryanarayana, David Sarne, and Sarit Kraus. Explainability in Mechanism Design: Recent Advances and the Road Ahead
  • Jazon Szabo, Sanjay Modgil, Jose Such, and Natalia Criado. Integrating Quantitative and Qualitative Reasoning for Value Alignment
  • Yohai Trabelsi, Abhijin Adiga, Sarit Kraus, and S.S. Ravi. Resource Allocation to Agents with Restrictions: Maximizing Likelihood with Minimum Regret

Registration & Attendance

Registration and Fees

We are happy to announce that the conference will be free for everyone! This was made possible especially by the kind sponsoring from GFFU. Although there is no registration fee, we require every participant to register for the conference by August 28 using this form. Note that for every accepted paper at least one author must register and attend the conference.

Getting to the Venue

The conference will be in the lecture room of building 25.11 of Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf (HHU). It is next to the university library to which you can easily navigate for example using Google Maps. Please see also the campus map provided by the university. Note that Düsseldorf has another smaller university (of applied sciences) in the north of Düsseldorf which you must not confuse with the HHU in the south.

If you come by car, the university provides lots of free parking. Closest to the venue are parking lots P2 and P3 (P3 is reachable through oeconomicum). If you come by bike, you can lock it up at the designated spots in front of the building. In addition, the university is easily accessible by public transport. You can take bus lines 731, 735, 827, 835, 836, SB53, and SB57 to get to the bus stop "Universität Mitte". Further, the tram station "D-Uni Ost/Botanischer Garten" is reachable with lines U73, U79, and 704. Tram station "D-Uni Nord/Christophstr" is a 5 minutes walk away but is reachable additionally by U83. Some further travel information can be found here.


The university is right in the middle of districts "Bilk" and "Wersten" where you can easily find several hotels. However, you can also search for hotels in the more beautiful (but also more expensive) city center. The historical city center "Altstadt" as well as the streets close to the river Rhein between "Medienhafen" and "Altstadt" are striking highlights.

Technical Requirements for Presenters

The lecture hall features a beamer (HDMI) with a computer. If your slides are in PDF format, please send us your slides by September 13, so we can copy them on the presentation computer to reduce gap time between presentations as well as technical issues. If you need Powerpoint or other special programs, please bring your own computer. Note that we experienced issues with some combinations of Apple devices and adapters in the lecture hall. If you want to test your configuration before the talk, please contact us.

Doctoral Consortium (PhD Day)

The PhD Day provides the opportunity for PhD students to present and discuss their ideas to other PhD students as well as experts in the field. The application phase is closed now. Every applicant should have received a reply from us stating whether the application is accepted and what should be changed for the final version of the summary (in case you want to include it in the proceedings).

Every participant of the PhD-Day should prepare a short talk (8 to 12 minutes; about 5 slides). You will give this talk during the PhD-Day. Beside a quick introduction of yourself, focus on what you study "from a bird's eye view" whithout getting too technical. Note the information on technical requirements for presentations in our rooms.

Further, we are happy to welcome Piotr Faliszewski as speaker for the PhD-Day. As a luminary in the field, he will give a talk on his research areas. Afterwards, he will be happy to have a chat with you, tell you about his experiences in research, and give advice for your own work.



Organizers of the PhD Day

  • Linus Boes (Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf)
  • Christian Laußmann (Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf)

Program Committee

  • Ana L. C. Bazzan (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
  • Anaëlle Wilczynski (MICS, CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay)
  • Angelina Vidali (De Montfort University)
  • Anna Maria Kerkmann (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf)
  • Ariel Rosenfeld (Bar-Ilan University)
  • Davide Grossi (University of Groningen)
  • Dorothea Baumeister (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, co-chair)
  • Dušan Knop (Czech Technical University Prague)
  • Edith Elkind (University of Oxford)
  • Franziska Klügl (Örebro University)
  • Georgios Chalkiadakis (University of Crete)
  • Gerhard Weiss (University Maastric/li)
  • Gianluigi Greco (University of Calabria)
  • Heiner Stuckenschmidt (University of Mannheim)
  • Ildikó Schlotter (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
  • Jérôme Lang (CNRS, LAMSADE, Université Paris-Dauphine)
  • Jörg P. Müller (TU Clausthal)
  • Jörg Rothe (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, co-chair)
  • Judy Goldsmith (University of Kentucky)
  • Leon van der Torre (University of Luxembourg)
  • Linus Boes (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf)
  • Malvin Gattinger (University of Amsterdam)
  • Martin Lackner (Vienna University of Technology)
  • Natasha Alechina (Utrecht University)
  • Nathan Griffiths (The University of Warwick)
  • Nicolas Maudet (LIP6, Sorbonne Université)
  • Nicoletta Fornara (Università della Svizzera Italiana)
  • Nimrod Talmon (Ben-Gurion University)
  • Onuralp Ulusoy (Utrecht University)
  • Paolo Turrini (University of Warwick)
  • Piotr Faliszewski (AGH University of Science and Technology)
  • Robert Bredereck (TU Clausthal)
  • Stefano Moretti (CNRS UMR7243 - LAMSADE Dauphine University)
  • Sylvain Bouveret (LIG - Grenoble INP, Université Grenoble-Alpes)
  • Sylvie Doutre (University of Toulouse 1 - IRIT)
  • Tatiana V. Guy (UTIA AVCR, Czech Academy of Sciences)
  • Zoi Terzopoulou (ILLC, University of Amsterdam)