The workshop takes place in building C8, Room 8.2.39. See the ECAI website for details.

9:00 Workshop Opening
9:10 Invited Talk
Anthony G. Cohn
Acquiring spatio-temporal behaviour models
10:10 Technical Program (Session 1)
Michael Schuele, Paul Karaenke
Qualitative spatial reasoning with topological information in BDI agents
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 Technical Program (Session 2)
Natalja Pulter, Jens Nimis, Peter C. Lockemann
Managing Contingencies in Timed Transportation Networks by Agent Technology
Fernando J. M. Marcellino, Jaime S. Sichman
Oil Industry Supply Chain Management as a Holonic Agent Based Distributed Constraint Optimization Problem
Thomas Léauté, Brammert Ottens, Boi Faltings
Ensuring Privacy through Distributed Computation in Multiple-Depot Vehicle Routing Problems
Gaël Hette, Sylvia Estivie, René Mandiau, Emmanuel Adam
Residual resources exploitation in a coopetitive MAS
12:30 Lunch Break
14:00 Technical Program (Session 3)
Farideh Ganji, Ernesto Morales Kluge, Bernd Scholz-Reiter
Bringing Agents into Application: Intelligent Products in Autonomous Logistics
Gerd Heiserich, Ludger Overmeyer
Context-based Learning of Adaptive Vehicle Dispatching Strategies
Daniel Rippel, Florian Harjes, Bernd Scholz-Reiter
Modeling a Neural Network Based Control for Autonomous Production Systems
Tobias Sommer, Daniel Neuhäuser, Dirk Marrenbach, Karl-Heinz Wehking
Towards intelligent material handling planning systems - Status quo and steps to be taken
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 Technical Program (Session 4)
Markus Eich, Frank Kirchner
Reasoning About Geometry: An Approach Using Spatial-Descriptive Ontologies
Robert Porzel, Tobias Warden
Working Simulations with a Foundational Ontology
Julia Hoxha, Andreas Scheuermann, Stephan Bloehdorn
Ontology-based Approach to Seamless Integration of Logistics Data and Semantic Representation of Logistics Services
17:00 Closing Discussion
AI in Logistics - Logistics in AI:
How can AI benefit from research in logistics?
17:45 End of Workshop