We seek high-quality submissions of full papers, limited to 8 pages in length, and extended abstracts, limited to 4 pages in length.

All submissions will be rigorously peer reviewed and evaluated on the basis of originality, soundness, significance, presentation, understanding of the state of the art, and overall quality of their technical contribution.

The purpose of an extended abstract is to give the authors the chance to present promising work, which is not fully matured as a full paper, so that it can be polished through the discussion at the workshop.
To submit your paper (in PDF format), please go to the submission website.

The submission closes at 11:59 PM Hawaii Standard Time (HST = GMT - 10:00) on Feb 9.

The page limit for full paper submissions is 8 pages, and for extended abstracts 4 pages following the AAMAS 2013 proceedings guidelines.

The format follows the ACM proceedings guidelines and consists of balanced double columns, 9 pt text, 1" (2.54cm) margins top and bottom, and 0.75" (1.9cm) margins left and right. Each column is 3.33" (8.45cm) wide with a separation of 0.33" (0.83cm). The LaTeX style files (aamas2013.cls and aamas2013_extendedabstract.cls) to be used respectively for full papers and for extended abstracts and a Microsoft Word template are provided to help in formatting your paper. If you use the Word template for an extended abstract, you need to add the words "(Extended abstract)" as a subtitle. You can see an example of a latex file and formatting. Please do not modify the style files, or any layout parameters.

Although it may not be trivial to find the appropriate classification information for completing the mandatory sections in the ACM style, you should make an effort filling these sections:

  1. Categories and Subject Descriptors:
    Details of the ACM Computing Classification Scheme are available at
  2. General Terms:
    This section is limited to the following 16 terms:
    Algorithms, Management, Measurement, Documentation, Performance, Design, Economics, Reliability, Experimentation, Security, Human Factors, Standardization, Languages, Theory, Legal Aspects, Verification.
  3. Keywords:
    This section is your choice of terms you would like to be indexed by. Please refer to the Call for Paper page for a list of topics.