AICS 2022 : The 30th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science
Call For Papers
The 30th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (AICS 2022)
December 8-9th 2022
Munster Technological University
The 30th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (AICS2022) will be hosted by the Department of Computer Science of Munster Technological University (MTU). The conference will be an in-person event this year.
With regular conferences dating back to 1988, the AICS Conference is Ireland’s primary forum bringing together researchers interested in Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science. While once a niche area, the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, encompassing fields such as Data Analytics, Information Retrieval, and Machine Learning, are now at the forefront of Irish computing research and industry.
The AICS 2022 program will include presentations of high-quality scientific papers and tutorials on both theory and applications. Invited talks will describe important topics relevant to the field.
Paper Submission Deadline 25th September 2022
Acceptance Notification 19th October 2022
Camera Ready Submissions 26th October 2022
All indicated times are EOD, 23:59 Irish time.
Call for Papers
We invite submissions in the broad areas of Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science to communicate the advances and achievements in these fields. Areas of interest include, but are not restricted to:
Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Science
+ Machine learning
+ Automated reasoning
+ Natural language processing
+ Computer vision
+ Planning and scheduling
+ Decision analytics
+ Moral judgment
+ Intelligent agents
+ Concept combination
+ Knowledge representation
+ Intelligent systems
+ Machine translation
+ Knowledge graphs
+ Causal inference
+ Recommender systems
+ Semantic web/Linked data
+ Computer vision
+ Neural networks
+ Deep learning
+ Dialogue systems
+ Opinion mining
+ Information systems
+ Visual analytics
+ Digital twins
+ Smart environments
+ Neuro-symbolic integration
+ Social cognition
+ Cognitive robotics
+ Cognitive modelling
+ Cognitive neuroscience
+ Embodied and grounded cognition
+ Creative cognition
+ Cognitive psychology
+ Humanities and linguistics
+ AI and cognition
+ Cognition and simulation
+ Human perception
+ Ethics of AI
We seek articles which report on in-use experiences (application, design, engineering, deployment, utility, and challenges) of AI-based and cognitive-based systems.
Length and format
We invite three types of submissions:
- Full Paper Track: Full paper submissions should consist of original contributions (describing either fundamental research, interesting applications, in-use experiences, or reviews of the field) not published in other forums. Papers should be 6 to 12 pages (references included).
- Student Track: This track is designed to facilitate students who have recently completed a Bachelor’s or Master’s program. Student track submissions should consist of original contributions (describing either basic research or interesting applications) and the first author must be a student. Papers should be 6 to 12 pages (references included).
- NECTAR Track: NECTAR track submissions should describe significant results previously published or disseminated no earlier than 2020 at a prestigious international conference or journal.
Publication and Submission Instructions for Authors
All accepted Full-paper and Student Track submissions will be presented at the conference, either orally or as posters, and included in the online conference proceedings. At least one author of each submission will be required to register for, and attend, the conference. All submissions must be made via the EasyChair system online at: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=aics-2022
Full papers and student papers must be submitted in Springer LNCS format (single column proceedings), which is also the format required for the final camera-ready copy. A sample LaTeX document in this format is available here.
NECTAR track submissions should consist of a single page with an abstract and reference to the original publication. A sample NECTAR track submission is available here.
Ruairí O'Reilly (Munster Technological University), email@example.com
Luca Longo (Technological University Dublin), luca.longo@TUDublin.ie
Begüm Genç (University College Cork), firstname.lastname@example.org
Alison O'Shea (Munster Technological University), email@example.com
Find out more
Website: https://aics2022.mtu.ie Twitter: @AICSconference