Welcome to the Intelligence, Agents, Multimedia (IAM) Group.
IAM is a broad-based, multi- and inter- disciplinary group focusing on the design and application of computing systems for complex information and knowledge processing tasks. We seek to undertake world-class research in the theory, design, implementation and application of such systems and to provide leadership on their potential socio-economic impact. Our main focus is on the development of systems composed of multiple actors, some human some artificial agents, from different organisations that act based on the best available information and interact in flexible ways in order to achieve their individual and collective aims. More
Featured Project: Joint Sensing, Communications and Intelligence Techniques for Body Area Wireless Sensor Networks
Miller, S. (2010) Multi-Agent Based Techniques for Coordinating the Distribution of Electricity in a MicroGrid Environment. Technical Report , ECS, University of Southampton. (Unpublished)
Miller, S. (2011) Decentralised Coordination of Electrical Generators in the Smart Grid using Message Passing. Technical Report , ECS, University of Southampton. (Unpublished)
Miller, S., Ramchurn, S. D. and Rogers, A. (2012) Optimal Decentralised Dispatch of Embedded Generation in the Smart Grid. In: Proc. 11th Int. Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS), Valencia, Spain. (In Press)
Rose, H., Rogers, A. and Gerding, E. H. (2012) A Scoring Rule-Based Mechanism for Aggregate Demand Prediction in the Smart Grid. In: The 11th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2012), Valencia, Spain.
Chang, V., Walters, R. and Wills, G. (2012) Business Integration as a Service. International Journal of Cloud Applications and Computing, 2 (1). ISSN 2156-1834, eISSN 2156-1826 (In Press)
The University of Southampton is one of six universities in the UK which will be hosting this year's 'Silicon Valley comes to the UK' appathon event.
New technology which makes it possible to study the finer details of some of the world’s greatest historical artefacts has been developed by computer scientists and archaeologists at the University of Southampton in conjunction with academics at the University of Oxford.
Web scientists from around the world will be attending the third Web Science Conference which begins on Tuesday 14 June and takes place at Koblenz, Germany.