Workshop Program

Each presentation is expected to take around 20 minutes. At the end of each session we reserved a slot for discussion.

9.15-9.30 Welcome & Workshop Overview

9.30-10.30 SESSION 1 (chair: Andrea Omicini)

  • William Ross, Alexis Morris and Mihaela Ulieru
           NEXUS: A Synergistic Human-Service Ecosystems Approach
  • Graeme Stevenson, Mirko Viroli, Juan Ye, Sara Montagna and Simon Dobson
           Self-organising Semantic Resource Discovery for Pervasive Systems

11-12.40 SESSION 2 (chair: Jose Luis Fernandez-Marquez)

  • Antonio Coronato, Vincenzo De Florio, Mohamed Bakhouya and Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo
           Formal Modeling of Socio-technical Collective Adaptive Systems
  • Marco Alberti and Andrea Omicini
           Towards the Analysis & Prediction of Complex System Behaviour in SAPERE
  • Matteo Casadei and Mirko Viroli   
           Approximate Stochastic Model-Checking of Computational Fields for Pervasive Computing Systems
  • Gabriella Castelli, Marco Mamei, Alberto Rosi and Franco Zambonelli  
           Behaviour Predictability Despite Non-Determinism in the SAPERE Ecosystem

14.15-15.30 SESSION 3 (chair: Franco Zambonelli)

  • Bernhard Anzengruber, Andreas Riener, Alois Ferscha and Thomas Schmittner   
           Self-adaptive Response in Spatial Information Ecosystems
  • Jose Luis Fernandez-Marquez, Graeme Stevenson, Akla-Esso Tchao, Juan Ye, Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo and Simon Dobson
           Analysis of new gradient based aggregation algorithms for data-propagation in distributed networks
  • Graeme Stevenson, Jose Luis Fernandez-Marquez, Sara Montagna, Alberto Rosi, Juan Ye, Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo, Mirko Viroli, Simon Dobson and Akla-Esso Tchao   
           Towards Situated Awareness in Urban Networks: A Bio-inspired Approach

16-16.50 SESSION 4 (chair: Sara Montagna)

  • Daniel Borkmann, Andrea Guazzini, Emanuele Massaro and Stefan Rudolph
           A cognitive-inspired model for self-organizing networks
  • Stefano Mariani and Andrea Omicini  
           Self-Organising News Management: The Molecules of Knowledge Approach