Bulletin #2, June 2007
New ECCAI fellows
9 new ECCAI fellows have been nominated:
- Ernst Dieter Dickmanns
- Marco Dorigo
- David Hogg
- Teuvo Kohonen
- Nada Lavrac
- Carmen Torras
- Linda van der Gaag
- Frank van Harmelen
- Mike Wooldridge
congratulations to each of them!
to get more information on the ECCAI fellows, have a look here : http://www.eccai.org/fellow.php
The 2006 Artificial Intelligence Dissertation Award sponsored by ECCAI has been awarded to:Kristian Kersting,
Institute for Computer Science, Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg,
Germany, for his thesis: "An Inductive Logic Programming Approach to
Statistical Relational Learning". Congraltulations to him!
The new diss award is now online at:
ACAI-07: August 20-28th 2007, Leuven,
Last reminder : The 2007 edition of ECCAI's Advanced Course on
Artificial Intelligence will be held in Leuven, Belgium, August 20-28.
The subject of the
school is "Logic for Artificial Intelligence". The target audience
consists of PhD students in the area of Informatics or Computer Science
with some background in computational logic, who want to broaden their
knowledge of the domain.
For further information, see http://www.cs.kuleuven.be/~dtai/acai/ or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About travel grants for ACAI, see http://www.eccai.org/travelaw.shtml
ECAI -08 in Patras (Greece) / 21-25 July 2008
Malik Ghallab is the ECAI-08 program chair.
The important dates concerning paper submissions are the following:
- Paper submission deadline : Feb 25, 2008
- Notification : April 28
- Camera ready papers: May 26
- Conference : July 21st
The University of Patras Conference centre (http://www.confer.upatras.gr)
is situated within the University campus.
For more details: http://www.ece.upatras.gr/ecai2008
ECAI-10 in Lisbon (Portugal)
More details later.
ECCAI Sponsored Conferences
2007 7 - 11 Jul 2007 11th Conference on
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
ICAI-08 25-28 Aug 2008 International Conference on Advanced Intelligence, Beijing, China
Conferences of ECCAI Member Societies
Recommender Systems : Recommendation problems have a long history as a successful AI application
area. The interest in such systems has dramatically increased owing to the
demand for personalization technologies by large, successful e-commerce
applications. This special issue reports on successful implementations and on
future research directions in recommender technologies.
Also in this issue: Intelligent Agents, Neuroscience and AI, the
Semantic Web, and more
Special issue on Model-Based Systems : Volume 20, Number 1 / 2007
Next ECCAI-Bulletin in September 2007