Best Paper and Demonstration

Best paper winner

Ashay Aswale, Antonio Lopez, Aukkawut Ammartayakun and Carlo Pinciroli
Hacking the Colony: On the Disruptive Effect of Misleading Pheromone and How to Defend against It

Best paper runners-up

Aleksander Czechowski and Georgios Piliouras
Poincaré-Bendixson Limit Sets in Multi-Agent Learning

Matthieu Geist, Julien Pérolat, Mathieu Laurière, Romuald Elie, Sarah Perrin, Oliver Bachem, Rémi Munos and Olivier Pietquin
Concave Utility Reinforcement Learning: the Mean-field Game viewpoint

Best student paper winner 

George Li, Ann Li, Madhav Marathe, Aravind Srinivasan, Leonidas Tsepenekas and Anil Kumar Vullikanti
Deploying Vaccine Distribution Sites for Improved Accessibility and Equity to Support Pandemic Response

Best student paper runner-up

Aaquib Tabrez, Matthew B. Luebbers and Bradley Hayes
Descriptive and Prescriptive Visual Guidance to Improve Shared Situational Awareness in Human-Robot Teaming

Best Demo Award

Naman Shah, Pulkit Verma, Trevor Angle and Siddharth Srivastava

JEDAI: A System for Skill-Aligned Explainable Robot Planning


Best Poster Award

Michał Zawalski, Błażej Osiński, Henryk Michalewski and Piotr Miłoś

Off-Policy Correction For Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning


Best Video Award

Peizhu Qian and Vaibhav Unhelkar

Evaluating the Role of Interactivity on Improving Transparency in Autonomous Agents