Registration Fee Waivers
Five early researcher registration fee waivers have been awarded for eligible presenters of the most highly evaluated papers by the Program Committee of AT 2108 in the double-blind review process.
The awardees are the following early researchers (ordered alphabetically):
Juan Afanador, for the paper titled "An Adversarial Algorithm for Delegation" by Juan Afanador, Nir Oren and Muri Baptista.
Dave de Jonge, for the paper titled "The Challenge of Negotiation in the Game of Diplomacy" by Dave de Jonge, Tim Baarslag, Reyhan Aydogan, Catholijn Jonker, Katsuhide Fujita and Takayuki Ito.
Benno Kuckuck, for the paper titled "Monotonicity, Duplication Monotonicity, and Pareto Optimality in the Scoring-Based Allocation of Indivisible Goods" by Benno Kuckuck and Jörg Rothe.
Stefan Sarkadi, for the following two papers: the paper titled "Towards an Approach for Modelling Uncertain Theory of Mind in Multi-Agent Systems" by Stefan Sarkadi, Alison R. Panisson, Peter McBurney, Simon Parsons and Rafael H. Bordini and the paper titled "On the Formal Semantics of Theory of Mind in Agent Communication" by Alison R. Panisson, Stefan Sarkadi, Peter McBurney, Simon Parsons and Rafael H. Bordini.
In the name of the AT 2018 Organizing Committee, congratulations to the awardees!