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Calls: Computational Linguistics/Portugal

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Message 1: GAIEPIA 2011
Date: 21-Apr-2011
From: Sofia Pinto <sofiainesc-id.pt>
Subject: GAIEPIA 2011
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Full Title: GAIEPIA 2011
Short Title: EPIA

Date: 10-Oct-2011 - 13-Oct-2011
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Contact Person: Sofia Pinto
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://epia2011.appia.pt/

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 10-May-2011

Meeting Description:

GAIEPIA 2011
General Artificial Intelligence
10 October, 2011 – 13 October, 2011
http://epia2011.appia.pt/

EPIA 2011 will include a thematic track on General Artificial Intelligence, which is focused on general methodologies and architectures for intelligent systems.

Organising Committee:

Luis Antunes, Universidade de Lisboa
H. Sofia Pinto, Instituto Superior Técnico

Programme Committee:

Amílcar Cardoso (UC, Portugal)
Ana Paiva (IST, Portugal)
Arlindo Oliveira (IST, Portugal)
Carlos Ramos (IPP, Portugal)
Ernesto Costa (UC, Portugal)
Eugénio Oliveira (UP, Portugal)
Gabriel Pereira Lopes (UNL, Portugal)
Gael Dias (UBI, Portugal)
Helder Coelho (UL, Portugal)
José Carlos Maia Neves (UM, Portugal)
José Carlos Príncipe (USF, USA)
Luís Camarinha-Matos (UNL, Portugal
Luís Correia (UL, Portugal)
Luís Rocha (Indiana University, USA)
Luís Seabra Lopes (UA, Portugal)
Manuela Veloso (CMU, USA)
Pavel Brazdil (UP, Portugal)
Pedro Barahona (UNL, Portugal)
Pedro Rangel Henriques (UM, Portugal)
Salvador Abreu (UE, Portugal)

Call for Papers:

Of particular relevance to this track are papers on issues that arise in the design and construction of complex artificial intelligent agents, integrating such component technologies as planning and scheduling; knowledge representation and reasoning; language, dialogue, perception; goal-driven action; machine learning; constraints, satisfiability and search; and Web and Knowledge-based Information Systems. This includes, but is not limited to human-level intelligent agents. All available paths are welcome, including theoretical and experimental computer science, cognitive science, neuroscience, and innovative interdisciplinary methodologies, and we will accept submissions on all subareas of artificial intelligence not covered by the other thematic tracks.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Art and Music
- Brain Sciences
- Case-by-case Problem-Solving
- Cognitive architectures
- Coherence of Integrative/Hybrid Systems
- Computer-Aided Education
- Connecting Sensorimotor and Concept-level Cognition Context
- Context
- Evaluation and Comparison of GAI Projects
- Foundations and Theory
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Intelligent Database Systems
- Intelligent user interfaces
- Language Processing based on GAI
- Lifelong and Multi-Strategy Learning
- Management of Complex Goal Structures
- Multimodal communication
- Philosophical and Ethical Issues
- Real-Time Systems
- Security and Privacy
- Semantic Web
- The Role of Embodiment in GAI
- Validation and Verification
- Virtual characters

Formatting Instructions:

Papers must be submitted in PDF (Adobe's Portable Document Format) and formatted according to the Springer's LNCS/LNAI guidelines (http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0.) and must not exceed 15 pages.

The review process is double-blinded. Therefore, authors must remove their names from the submitted papers and should take reasonable care not to indirectly disclose their identity.

Accepted papers must be presented at the conference by one of the authors and at least one author of each accepted paper must register for the conference. The best papers will be published in a volume of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) by Springer (proceedings indexed by the Thomson ISI Web of Knowledge). All other accepted papers will be published in the local proceedings.

Important Dates:

10.May.2011: Paper submission.
10.Jun.2011: Acceptance notification.
01.Jul.2011: Camera-ready papers.
10-13.Oct.2011: Conference.

Contact: epia2011di.fc.ul.pt



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