Luis Paulo Reis is an Associate Professor at the University of Minho, Portugal and a member of the Directive Board of the Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science Lab at the University of Porto, Portugal. He received his Electrical Engineering and MSc degrees from the University of Porto in 1993 and 1995, and a PhD in Artificial Intelligence/Robotics at the same University in 2003. During the last years he has lectured courses of Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Robotics, Simulation and Modeling, Planning and Scheduling and Logic Programming mostly at the PhD level. His research interests include also Multi-Agent Systems (MAS) and Intelligent Simulation. He was principal investigator of more than 10 research projects in those areas and he was evaluator for the European Commission for FP6 Projects. He is the team leader of FC Portugal robotic soccer team/project, three times World Champion and seven times European Champion in RoboCup. He also won more than 30 scientific awards, including best papers at several conferences such as ICEIS and Robotica. He supervised 9 PhD thesis and more than 75 MSc thesis to completion and is currently supervising 15 PhD theses. He is the author of more than 250 publications in international conferences and journals. He belonged to the PC of more than 100 international conferences including EPIA, ECAI, AAMAS, AIS, ICAART, Iberamia, RoboCup Symp., Robotica, CISTI, ISVC, VipImage, CompImage, LARS/EnRI, IECON, SOCO, ASM, KDIR, among others. He is member of IEEE, ACM, APPIA, among several other professional associations and president of the general assembly of both SPR - Portuguese Society for Robotics and AISTI - Iberian association for Information Systems and Technology.