AAAI10 Tutorial Forum

AAAI10 Tutorial Forum

-

Documents
1 page
Lire
Le téléchargement nécessite un accès à la bibliothèque YouScribe
Tout savoir sur nos offres

Description

Call for ProposalsTutorial Forum at the Twenty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial IntelligenceJuly 11–15, 2010 Atlanta, Georgia USASponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial IntelligenceThe AAAI-10 Program Committee invites ety of possible topics. The list is not exclu- n E-mail addressproposals for the Tutorial Forum of the sive; indeed, we are expressly interested in n Background in the tutorial area, includ-Twenty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artifi- topics that we would not have imagined to ing a list of publications and/or presenta-cial Intelligence (AAAI-10). The Tutorial Fo- mention. Finally, note that we very much tionsrum will be held July 11–12, 2010 in Atlanta. welcome proposals for educational ap- n Any available examples of work in theAnyone interested in presenting a tutorial at proaches that go beyond the traditional for- area (ideally, a published tutorial-levelAAAI-10 should submit a proposal to the mat of four-hour tutorials, exploiting the article or presentation materials on the2010 Tutorial Forum Cochairs listed below. flexibility that the one-fee program offers. subject)n Evidence of teaching experience (coursesWhat Is the Tutorial Forum? Submission Requirements taught or references)The Tutorial Forum provides an opportuni- We need two kinds of information in the n Evidence of scholarship in AI or comput-ty for junior and senior researchers to spend proposals: information that will be used for er science.two days ...

Sujets

Informations

Publié par
Nombre de visites sur la page 25
Langue English
Signaler un problème
Call for Proposals
Tutorial Forum at the Twenty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence July 11–15, 2010 Atlanta, Georgia USA
Sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence The AAAI-10 Program Committee invites ety of possible topics. The list is not exclu-nE-mail address proposals for the Tutorial Forum of the sive; indeed, we are expressly interested innBackground in the tutorial area, includ-Twenty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artifi- topics that we would not have imagined to ing a list of publications and/or presenta-cial Intelligence (AAAI-10). The Tutorial Fo- mention. Finally, note that we very much tions rum will be held July 11–12, 2010 in Atlanta. welcome proposals for educational ap-nAny available examples of work in the Anyone interested in presenting a tutorial at proaches that go beyond the traditional for- area (ideally, a published tutorial-level AAAI-10 should submit a proposal to the mat of four-hour tutorials, exploiting the article or presentation materials on the 2010 Tutorial Forum Cochairs listed below. flexibility that the one-fee program offers. subject) What Is the Tutorial Forum? Submission RequirementsnEnce vide)seceneref rort ghauestsocruec( irneexpeing eachof t The Tutorial Forum provides an opportuni- We need two kinds of information in thenEvidence of scholarship in AI or comput-ty for junior and senior researchers to spend proposals: information that will be used for er science. two days each year freely exploring exciting selecting proposals and information that advances in disciplines outside their normal will appear in the tutorial descriptionSubmission Deadline focus. We believe this type of forum is essen- brochure. The proposal should provide suf- Proposals must be received by November tial for the cross fertilization, cohesiveness, ficient information to evaluate the quality of 13, 2009. Decisions about the tutorial pro-and vitality of the AI field. We all have a lot the technical content being taught, the qual- gram will be made by December 7, 2009. to learn from each other; the Tutorial Forum ity of the educational material being used, Speakers should be prepared to submit their promotes the continuing education of each and the speakers' skill at presenting this ma- tutorial descriptions and bios by January 8, member of the AAAI. terial. 2010, and to post completed course materi-Topics ilnlge:ilelroGwhreefnost tl ae etalcdu dnilip -eamas loroprialmateRuss to setisbewenuJ yb 1020,  4seeaPl.  nhtie raslo rp hsopos laluohacE AAAI is interested in proposals for advancedGoal of the tutorial:Who is the target audi- Thomas Lukasiewicz at the following and tutorials at the leading edge of AI. We are ence? What will the audience walk away addresses. particularly interested in tutorials that offer with? What makes the topic innovative? two types of knowledge. The first type pro-Content:Detailed outline and list of addi-Tutorial Forum Cochairs vides in-depth background tools to help ed- tional materials, augmented with samples,Russell Greiner ucate researchers and students for the pur- such as past tutorial slides and survey arti-Department of Computing Science pose of conducting AI research; examples of cles, whenever possible. Be as complete asUniversity of Alberta this type of tutorials from AAAI-08 include possible. 2E8 T6GEdmonton, Alberta Canada "General Game Playing," "Graphical Mod-Tutorial description:A short paragraph74-65192-480 els for Multiagent Decision-Making," and summarizing the tutorial outline, and the780-492-1071 (fax) "Satisfied by Message Passing: Probabilistic intended duration of the symposium (de-russ.greiner+Tutorial@gmail.com Techniques for Combinatorial Problems." A fault is four hours). second type of tutorial provides a broadPrerequisite knowledge:What knowledge isThomas Lukasiewicz overview for an AI area that potentially assumed of the target audience.Oxford University Computing Laboratory crosses boundaries with an interesting ap- Please also submit the following infor-Wolfson Building, Parks Road plication area; examples of this type of tuto- mation about the team of presenters:Oxford OX1 3QD, UK rial from AAAI-08 include "Social NetworknName0044-1865-522566 Mining: A Tutorial on Inference and Learn-nMailing address0044-1865-273839 (fax) ing with Social Network Data" and "Ma-nTelephone numberkulaom@cczc..aoxb.L.samohTiweisaku chine Learning for Biomedical Applica-tions." Our goal is to present a diverse program teImportant D that includes core areas of AI, new tech-a s niques from allied disciplines that can in-November 13, 2009:Proposals Due form research within AI, and converselyDecember 7, 2009:Tutorial Program Finalized emerging applications of AI techniques toJanuary 8, 2010:Tutorial Descriptions and Speaker Biographies Due new areas. Previous years' tutorial programsJune 4, 2010:Must be Posted on Speaker’s WebsiteCourse Materials provide an indication of the scope and vari-July 11–15, 2010:Tutorials Presented