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Present CFP : 2024
We invite all members of the international AI research community to submit their best work to the 27th European Conference of Artificial Intelligence (ECAI-2024), to be held in the beautiful city of Santiago de Compostela during 19-24 October 2024. Join us to mark the 50th birthday since the first AI conference was held in Europe back in 1974.
We welcome submissions on all aspects of AI. Submissions will be subject to double-blind peer review by the programme committee. They will be evaluated based on relevance, clarity, significance, originality, soundness, reproducibility, scholarship, and quality of presentation.
The conference is planned as an in-person event. Each accepted paper will get assigned either an oral presentation slot or a combined poster/spotlight presentation slot. The presentation modality is not intended to reflect perceived scientific quality of the paper, so this assignment will be made in a randomised fashion (subject to programme constraints).
The open-access proceedings will be published by IOS Press. A selection of the best papers submitted to the conference will be invited for fast-track consideration by the Artificial Intelligence Journal or the Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research.
Submissions on all aspects of AI are welcome. This includes in particular:
Fairness, Ethics, and Trust
Constraints and Satisfiability
Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
Humans and AI
Natural Language Processing
Planning and Search
Uncertainty in AI
Submission site opening: Monday, 1 April 2024
Abstract deadline: Friday, 19 April 2024
Paper deadline: Thursday, 25 April 2024
Rebuttal period: Monday-Wednesday 17-19 June 2024 (72 hours)
Author notification: Thursday, 4 July 2024
Early registration deadline: Thursday, 15 August 2024
Camera-ready deadline: Monday, 26 August 2024
All deadlines are at the end of the day specified, anywhere on Earth (UTC-12).
Papers must be written in English, be prepared for double-blind review using the ECAI LaTeX template, and not exceed 7 pages (plus at most 1 extra page for references).