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The EPiCS Project was in the leading Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten today, thanks to our collaborators at the University of Oslo. The original article (in Nowegian) is here. You can read an automatic English translation here.

Our paper, What Are Dynamic Optimization Problems? was accepted for publication at CEC 2014, the IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation, to be held as part of the IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (WCCI) in Beijing, China in July 2014.

Our paper, A Novel Adaptive Weight Selection Algorithm for Multi-Objective Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning was accepted for publication at ICJNN 2014, the annual IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, to be held as part of the IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (WCCI) in Beijing, China in July 2014.

Our magazine article, Self-aware and Self-expressive Systems was published in the Awareness Magazine, the official magazine of the "Awareness: Self-Awareness in Autonomic Systems" Future and Emerging Technologies Proactive Initiative of the European Union.

Our paper, Architecting Self-aware Software Systems was accepted for publication at WICSA 2014, the 11th Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture, to be held in Syndey, Australia in April 2014.

The EPiCS Project was rated "excellent" by the external reviewers, at our third year project review in Brussels.

In October 2013, I left the University of Birmingham after eight years, and am now a Lecturer in Computer Science at Aston University, also in Birmingham.

CamSim, the open source distributed smart camera simulation tool, developed by the Universities of Birmingham and Klagenfurt, has been accepted for presentation in the Demo Track of the Seventh IEEE Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems (SASO) 2013, which will be held in Philadelphia, USA in September 2013. Check out the CamSim video!

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