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AI Matters - Mar 2016 : AI Matters: the ACM SIGAI Newsletter — Call for Doctoral Abstracts

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Link: http://sigai.acm.org/aimatters/
 
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Submission Deadline Mar 5, 2016
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Call For Papers

The quarterly ACM SIGAI Newsletter, AI Matters (http://sigai.acm.org/aimatters/), will be publishing a special issues on recent doctoral theses in the field of artificial intelligence. This special issue will survey the variety of current doctoral research in AI and its various subfields, providing an opportunity for new and upcoming PhDs to showcase their work.

We invite current doctoral students (within one year of graduation) and recent graduates (within one year of earning your doctorate) to submit a two-page extended abstract on your dissertation to AI Matters. The extended abstract should present your work to a general AI audience, summarizing the research problem being investigated and your specific contributions. Be sure to introduce your content at a level that the broad AI community can understand it, but with enough detail for specialists in your subfield to understand your unique contributions. To make your abstract more accessible and visually appealing, your abstract should also include a figure that summarizes your work or depicts one of your contributions.

Submission and formatting instructions can be found online at http://sigai.acm.org/aimatters/. The extended abstract must be limited to two (2) pages (including references), and formatted following the AI Matters template. Accepted extended abstracts will be published in an upcoming issue of AI Matters.

Submission Deadlines:

Cycle 1 submissions are due by March 5, 2016 (to be published within 1-2 months)
Cycle 2 submissions are due by April 15, 2016 (to be published in a later issue)

We are holding two submission cycles: Cycle 1 is a rapid turn-around deadline for abstracts to be included in the very next issue of AI Matters; Cycle 2 has a longer reviewing timeline and will be included in a later issue. Submissions to Cycle 1 that require revision before publication may be moved into Cycle 2.

Thank you in advance for your contributions to AI Matters!

Eric Eaton & Amy McGovern
Editors of AI Matters

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