AI 2013 : Canadian Conference on AI
Conference Series : Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Call For Papers
AI'2013, the twenty-sixth Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence, invites papers that present original work in all areas of Artificial intelligence, either theoretical or applied. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
• Agent Systems AI Applications Automated Reasoning Bioinformatics and BioNLP
• Case-based Reasoning
• Cognitive Models
• Constraint Satisfaction
• Data Mining
• Evolutionary Computation
• Information Retrieval
• Knowledge Representation
• Machine Learning
• Multi-media Processing
• Natural Language Processing
• Neural Nets
• Smart Graphics
• User Modeling
• Web Applications
Each paper will be reviewed by at least three Program Committee members according to its originality, technical merit and clarity of presentation. Accepted papers will be allocated either a maximum of 12 pages (long papers) or a maximum of 7 pages (short papers) in the proceedings. As in previous years, we plan to publish all accepted papers for which one of the authors will have registered and is present at the conference in the conference proceedings as Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence by Springer. The papers will have to be formatted accordingly. Each accepted paper (long or short) will be allocated a presentation slot at the conference, where the presentations for short papers will be shorter in time. Poster presentations of accepted papers will be welcome.
Papers submitted to AI'2013 must not have been accepted for publication elsewhere or be under review for another conference.
BEST PAPER AWARD
The Best Paper Award will be presented at the conference to the authors of the best paper.
Authors are invited to submit electronically, by January 21st, 2013. Submissions must be uploaded on Easychair, following this link:
• Papers must be written in English.
• All submissions must be up to 7 pages in length for short papers, and 8-12 pages for long papers.
• Papers must be in PDF format.
• Papers must be formatted according to Springer LNCS style. The use of the LaTeX2e style file available from Springer is strongly encouraged.
For guidelines on the preparation of papers see here:
AI'2013 is collocated with two cognate conferences: the Canadian Graphical Interface Conference and the Canadian Conference on Computer and Robot Vision.
General Co-chairs AI/GI/CRV:
Cory Butz (University of Regina)
Atefeh Farzindar (NLP Technologies Inc.)
Osmar Zaiane (University of Alberta)
Sandra Zilles (University of Regina)
Local Arrangement Chair:
Orland Hoeber (University of Regina)
The list of program committee members so far includes the following names:
Reda Alhajj, Xiangdong An, Aijun An, John Anderson, Wolfgang Banzhaf, Denilson Barbosa, Andre Barreto, Sabine Bergler, Giuseppe Carenini, Yllias Chali, Colin Cherry, Cristina Conati, Joerg Denzinger, Ralph Deters, Michael Fleming, Gosta Grahne, Kevin Grant, Marek Grzes, Howard Hamilton, Robert Hilderman, Robert Holte, Michael Horsch, Frank Hutter, Vlado Keselj, Grzegorz Kondrak, Anthony Kusalik, Laks Lakshmanan, Marc Lanctot, Guy Lapalme, Kate Larson, Levi Lelis, Carson Leung, Daniel Lizotte, Cristina Manfredotti, Stan Matwin, Sheila McIlraith, Martin Memmel, Robert Mercer, Evangelos Milios, Gabriel Murray, Jeff Orchard, Lourdes Pena-Castillo, Gerald Penn, David Poole, Fred Popowich, Doina Precup, Michael Richter, Rafael Schirru, Ben Steichen, Csaba Szepesvari, Peter Van Beek, Paolo Viappiani, Asmir Vodencarevic, Osmar Zaiane, Harry Zhang, Sandra Zilles
Please mark the dates in your calendar. We hope to receive your submissions and see you at the conference.