Tenth International Workshop CIA 2006 on


Cooperative Information Agents

September 11 - 13, 2006

                                 University of Edinburgh, UK


In cooperation with ACM SIGART, ACM SIGWeb,  ACM SIGKDD, Global Grid Forum


Edinburgh, Scotland's capital city is renowned for its architectural beauty its scenic location and world-renowned cultural life. Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful European capitals, and one of the major tourist destinations in Europe, Edinburgh attracts more than two million visitors per year who come not only for the architecture but also for its rich cultural life which boasts the world-famous Edinburgh International Festival (the world's largest performing arts festival), a fascinating history, vibrant nightlife, excellent shopping, and friendly people. No wonder that Edinburgh is often called the “Athens of the North”. Ithas the status of UNESCO World Heritage


Edinburgh Royal Mile facing the North Sea


St. Giles’ Cathedral

In recent years, Edinburgh has also gained political and economic significance as the site of the new Scottish Parliament and a major financial centre. Home to one of the oldest and most famous universities of the United Kingdom, Edinburgh has also been one of the internationally leading centres of research excellence in the area of Artificial Intelligence since the 1960s - not many other locations could be more suitable for an AI-related workshop on cooperative information agents!


Edinburgh Castle

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