IJCAI-97 (Hiroshi G Okuno )

Subject: IJCAI-97
From:    Hiroshi G Okuno  <okuno(at)NUESUN.BRL.NTT.JP>
Date:    Sat, 27 Jul 1996 11:03:07 +0900

IJCAI-97 Call for Papers, Call for Videos, Call for Panel Proposals Call for Tutorial Proposals, Call for Workshop Proposals Call for Nominations for IJCAI-97 Awards * * * RoboCup and Computer GO * * * Questionnaire for Potential Authors and Delegates Fifteenth International Joint Conference on August 23-29 1997 Artificial Intelligence Nagoya, Japan The complete information is avaliable under WWW: http://ijcai.org/ijcai-97/ Email: info(at)ijcai.org ================================================================== The 15th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-97), the premiere international conference on all aspects of artificial intelligence, invites submissions of technical papers and videotapes, proposals for panels, tutorials, and workshops, and nominations for awards. Prior to submissions, potential contributors must obtain a copy of THE COMPLETE CALLS, either from the IJCAI-97 home page: http://ijcai.org/ijcai-97/ or by sending email to info(at)ijcai.org or by writing to PROCOM International, Shuwa Kioicho Park Bldg., 3-6 Kioicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 102 JAPAN. Phone: +81-3-3234-2361. FAX:+81-3-3234-4456. procom2(at)beehive.twics.com. CFP Brochure (8 pages) will be available in August. Its copies will be available on the information desk at AAAI-96, ECAI-96, PRICAI-96, FLoC, and other AI-related conferences. A copy of CFP brochure will be mailed to the members of AAAI, SIGART, CSCSI, SCEIO, SMIA and TAAI, and the subscribers of AI Communications. PAPERS: ====== Submission of papers on substantial, original, and previously unpublished research in AI is invited. A title page must received by Jan. 21, 1997; electronic submission of the title page, through the IJCAI-97 home page, is strongly preferred, but authors without access to a web browser can mail a printed title page to the AAAI office, at the address below. All authors must send 6 copies of their printed paper to the AAAI office, to arrive by Jan. 23, 1997. Submissions received after that date will be returned unopened. Notification of acceptance or rejection will be mailed by Mar. 28, 1997, and camera-ready copy of accepted papers must be received by Apr. 28, 1997. Papers (and printed title pages for those without web access) should be sent to: IJCAI-97 Submissions c/o American Association for Artificial Intelligence 445 Burgess Dr., Menlo Park, CA 94025-3496, USA. Program suggestions and inquiries should be sent to: Prof. Martha Pollack, IJCAI-97 Program Chair Department of Computer Science University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA 15260, USA. pollack(at)cs.pitt.edu VIDEOS: ====== IJCAI-97 will feature a video track, with tapes that demonstrate and augment AI research results. Video submissions must be received by Jan. 6, 1997; notification will be sent by Mar. 10, 1997; and final versions of videos are due Apr. 28, 1997. Send video track submissions to Prof. Toyoaki Nishida, IJCAI-97 Video Track Chair, Nara Advanced Institute of Science and Technology 8916-5, Takayama, Ikoma, Nara, 630-01 JAPAN. nishida(at)is.aist-nara.ac.jp. PANELS, TUTORIALS, and WORKSHOPS: ================================ Proposals for the panel, tutorial, and workshop programs are due Oct. 21, 1996. Proposals for panels should be sent to Prof. Martha Pollack, Program Chair (address above). Tutorial proposals should be sent to Prof. Bernhard Nebel, IJCAI-97 Tutorials Chair Institut f{\"u}r Informatik, Albert-Ludwigs-Universit{\"a}t Freiburg, Am Flughafen 17 79110 Freiburg, GERMANY. nebel(at)informatik.uni-freiburg.de. Workshop proposals should be sent, by electronic mail, to Dr. Mark Drummond, IJCAI-97 Workshops Chair TYECIN Systems, Inc., 4 Main Street, Los Altos, CA 94022 USA. med(at)tyecin.com IJCAI-97 AWARDS: =============== Information about the IJCAI Award for Research Excellence and the IJCAI Computers and Thought Award is available on IJCAI's home page. Nominations for these awards are due by Oct. 14, 1996, and should be sent to Dr. C. Raymond Perrault, Chair of IJCAII Board of Trustees, Artificial Intelligence Center SRI International 333 Ravenswood Ave. Menlo Park, CA 94025 USA. perrault(at)ai.sri.com. [Related Events] ROBOCUP AND COMPUTER GO: ======================= Two exciting, international competitions will be held in conjunction with IJCAI-97: the First World Cup Robot Soccer Competition (RoboCup-97) and the Third World Open Computer Go Championship. For information about RoboCup-97, see http://www.robocup.org/RoboCup, or send email to RoboCup(at)csl.sony. co.jp. For information about the Computer Go tournament, send email to ijcai97-go(at)etl.go.jp. CONFERENCE CHAIR: ================ Dr. Michael Georgeff, IJCAI-97 Conference Chair, Australian Artificial Intelligence Institute, 171 Latrobe St., Melbourne, VIC 3000, AUSTRALIA. georgeff(at)aaii.oz.au (cc: deb(at)aaii.oz.au) LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS CHAIR: ======================== Prof. Koichi Furukawa, Department of Media and Governance, Keio University, 5322 Endo, Fujisawa, Kanagawa, 252 JAPAN. furukawa(at)sfc.keio.ac.jp SPONSORSHIP: =========== IJCAI-97 is sponsored by the International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence Inc. (IJCAII) and the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence (JSAI). [Important Dates] ================ Electronic Title Page Submission Due: 21st January 1997 Paper submissions Due: 23rd January 1997 Video submissions Due: 6th January 1997 Awards Nominations Due: 14th October 1996 Panel, Tutorial, and Workshop Proposals Due: 21st October 1996 ************************************************************ Questionnaire for Potential Authors and Delegates This information is also available under http://ijcai.org/ijcai-97/questionnaire.html Since the conference will be held in Nagoya, Japan, we like to roughly estimate how many papers will be submitted and how many people will attend the conference. For your information, a SAMPLE budget for attending the conference is: Accommodation 10,000yen x 6 days = 60,000yen Meal 17,500yen Transportation 30,000yen Conference 42,500yen (not decided yet) ----------------------------------------------------------- Total 150,000yen (US$1,500) excluding airfare US$ 1 = 100 yen, English &pound; 1 = 170 yen 1 German Mark = 70 yen, 1 French Franc = 21 yen Thanks for your cooperation. Looking forward to meeting you at the conference! IJCAI-97 Local Arrangements Chair Koichi Furukawa ............................................................ Please fill in the questionnaire and send it to the followings: Email: procom2(at)beehive.twics.com WWW: http://ijcai.org/ijcai-97/questionnaire.html Fax: +81-3-3234-4456 Postalmail: PROCOM International Shuwa Kioicho Park Bldg., 3-6 Kioicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 102 JAPAN. ------------------------- cut here ------------------------- Name: [ ] Mr. [ ] Ms. [ ] Dr. [ ] Prof. Position: Organization: ADDRESS Street: City: State: Postcode: Country: Phone: Fax: Email: So I suggest the following possibilities (please check if the answer is yes): [ ] I may submit a paper to IJCAI-97. Topic areas (if already known): ______________________________ [ ] I may present a demonstration at IJCAI-97. Topic areas (if already known): ____________________ Do you wish to attend IJCAI-97? [ ] Yes, I may wish to attend IJCAI-97 as a delegate. [ ] I would most likely attend if the following issues were addressed: ______________________________ Comments: ------------------------- cut here ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- Hiroshi "Gitchang" Okuno, Ph.D IJCAI-97 Publicity Chair NTT Basic Research Laboratories 3-1 Morinosato-Makamiya, Atsugi, Kanagawa 243-01 JAPAN Fax: +81-462-40-4708 (Office) E-mail: okuno(at)nue.org URL: http://www.nue.org/people/okuno/okuno-e.html

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