Second Cassting Meeting

Aalborg (Denmark), 30th September – 1st October

Programme of the meeting

Find here the programme

Slides of presentations

Agenda of the Governing Board Meeting

  • Administrative & financial aspects
    • Organisation of next meetings
    • Preparation of scientific & financial reports
  • Scientific workplan
    • Next deadlines: deliverables & milestones
      • MONTH 6: 30th September 2013
        D4.1 Description of case studies LEADER: CNRS

        MONTH 12: 30th March 2014
        D1.1 Multi-player quantitative games LEADER: ULB
        D1.4 Solutions concepts for collective adaptive systems LEADER: UMONS
        D3.1 Robustness of collective adaptive systems LEADER: CNRS
        D5.2 Plan for Use and Dissemination of Foreground (PUDF) LEADER: AAU
        D6.2 Annual report for Year LEADER: CNRS

        MONTH 18: 30th Septembre 2014
        D1.2 Games on evolving structures, interactions with open environments LEADER: AACHEN
        D2.4 Efficient strategy synthesis for complex objectives LEADER: CNRS
        D3.4 Adapting abstract strategies to real platforms LEADER: AAU
        D4.2 First application of the techniques to case studies LEADER: UMONS
        D5.3 Organisation of a Dagstuhl seminar LEADER: AACHEN

    • Application: Dagstuhl meeting
    • Publications
  • Dissemination & communication
    • Cassting visual identity
    • Updating Cassting website
    • Cassting newsletter
    • FOCAS meetings

Hotels suggested in Aalborg

  • Hotel Hvide Hus

    Nice 4 start hotel close to bus station and town centre, and also the place where the dinner will take place on Monday 30 September evening.

    Remember to ask to the “Aalborg university” price, DKK 865 per night, including breakfast.

  • Hotel Cabinn

    Cheap and clean hotel in town center.

    Ask for “Aalborg University/CISS“ rate, DKK 565 per night, including breakfast


The meeting is held at
Aalborg University,
Department of CS,
Selma Lagerløfsvej 300

Bus no 2 runs very frequently from town center to AAU Bus terminal, from where there’s a short walking distance up a small hill (approx. 300 meters south) to Cassiopeia, as the building is named.
Other maps can be found on the website of the CS department.

List of registered participants

  • CNRS
    • Giuseppe Lipari
    • Nicolas Markey
    • Raj Mohan M.
    • Daniel Stan
    • Sophie Valette
  • RWTH Aachen
    • Benedikt Brütsch
    • Namit Chaturvedi
    • Marcus Gelderie
    • Wolfgang Thomas
  • ULB
    • Gilles Geeraerts
    • Benjamin Monmege
    • Amélie Stainer
  • Univ. Mons
    • Thomas Brihaye
    • Pierre Carlier
    • Julie De Pril
    • Morgane Estiévenart
    • Quentin Hautem
    • Noémie Meunier
    • Mickael Randour
  • AAU
    • Kim G. Larsen
    • Alexandre David
    • Simon Laursen
    • Erik Ramsgaard Wognsen
    • Jiri Srba
    • Thibaut Le Guilly
    • Danny Bøgsted Poulsen
    • Mathias Grund Sørensen
    • Jacob Smedegård
    • Christoffer Moesgaard
    • Sine Lyhne Viesmose
    • Johannes Lindhart Borresen
    • Birgir Mar Eliasson
    • René Kjær Hornbjerg Andersen
    • Jose Antonio Mateo
  • Seluxit
    • Jesper Rosenkilde
  • Energi Nord
    • Susanne M. Sørensen
  • Invited participants
    • Steen Vester (DTU, Copenhagen, Denmark)
    • Stephen Gilmore (School of Informatics, Edinburgh, UK)
    • Mirco Tribastone (LMU, Munich, Germany)

No “private” information yet.