[DL] [KI-2005] CFP: 28th German Conference on AI (KI 2005)

Jan Murray murray at uni-koblenz.de
Fri Nov 19 15:56:56 CET 2004

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                               KI 2005

          28th German Conference on Artificial Intelligence
                        September 11-14, 2005
                           Koblenz, Germany


			   Call for Papers

The conference invites original  research papers in  all areas  of AI.
Besides  papers on the foundations  of AI we   also welcome reports on
innovative applications.

The conference will  be  co-located with MATES 2005 and  Tableaux 2005


Possible areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Agent Technology
* Automated Reasoning
* Case-based Reasoning
* Cognitive Modeling
* Configuration and Diagnosis
* Decision Support Systems
* Image Understanding
* Knowledge Discovery
* Knowledge Management
* Machine Learning
* Multi Media
* Natural Language Processing
* Neural Networks
* Planning and Scheduling
* Ontologies
* Reasoning under Uncertainty
* Robotics
* Semantic Web
* Soft Computing
* Temporal and Spatial Reasoning 
* Vision


April 15, 2005: Submission of electronic abstracts and papers
June  03, 2005: Notification for conference papers
June  30, 2005: Camera-ready copies for conference papers


Conference submission is  electronic, in  PDF  or  postscript  format.
Submitted papers  must  not  exceed 15  pages   and should conform  to
Springer    LNCS  style (see  details  for   paper  submission on  the
conference web-page).     Papers must  be  written  in   English.  The
conference proceedings will be published in the Springer Lecture Notes
in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) Series.  At least one author of each
accepted  paper must  register   for the conference  and present   the


General Chair:
 Ulrich Furbach, University Koblenz-Landau

Program Committee:
 Elisabeth André, University of Augsburg
 Franz Baader, University of Dresden
 Peter Baumgartner, Max-Planck-Institute for Informatics (Workshop Chair)
 Michael Beetz, University of Munich
 Susanne Biundo, University of Ulm
 Gerhard Brewka, University of Leipzig
 Hans-Dieter Burkhard, Humboldt University Berlin
 Jürgen Dix, University of Clausthal
 Christian Freksa, University of Bremen
 Ulrich Furbach, University Koblenz-Landau (General Chair)
 Enrico Giunchiglia, Genova University
 Günther Goerz, Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nurenberg
 Andreas Günther, University of Hamburg
 Joachim Hertzberg, University of Osnabrueck (Tutorial Chair)
 Otthein Herzog, TZI University of Bremen
 Steffen Hölldobler, University of Dresden
 Werner Horn, University of Vienna
 Stefan Kirn, University of Hohenheim
 Gerhard Kraetzschmar, University of Ulm
 Rudolf Kruse, Otto-von-Guericke- University of Magdeburg
 Nicholas Kushmerick, University College Dublin
 Gerhard Lakemeyer, University of Aachen
 Hans-Hellmut Nagel, University of Karlsruhe
 Bernhard Nebel, University of Freiburg
 Bernd Neumann, University of Hamburg
 Ilkka Niemelae, Helsinki University of Technologie
 Frank Puppe, University of Wuerzburg
 Martin Riedmiller, Osnabrueck University
 Ulrike Sattler, University of Manchester
 Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni, University of Paris 6
 Jörg Siekmann, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
 Steffen Staab, University Koblenz-Landau
 Frieder Stolzenburg, University of Applied Studies and Research, Harz
 Sylvie Thiébaux, The Australian National University, Canberra
 Michael Thielscher, University of Dresden
 Toby Walsh, University College Cork
 Gerhard Weiss, University of Munich

Workshop Chair:
 Peter Baumgartner, Max-Planck-Institute for Informatics

Tutorial Chair:
 Joachim Hertzberg, University of Osnabrueck


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