MIWAI 2013 : The 7th Multi-Disciplinary International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence
Conference Series : Multi-disciplinary Trends in Artificial Intelligence
Call For Papers
The time for deadlines is in Hawaii Standard Time.
Papers due: (Re-extended to) July 31, 2013
Author notification: September 1, 2013
Camera-ready papers due: September 15, 2013
Author / Early bird registration: September 15, 2013
Other Registration deadline: November 1, 2013
Tutorial day: December 9, 2013
Workshop dates: December 10-11, 2013
MIWAI 2013 Call for Papers
Artificial intelligence is a broad area of research. We encourage
researchers to submit papers in the following areas but not
Theory, methods and tools:
- Cognitive Science - Computational Philosophy
- Computational Intelligence - Game Theory
- Multi-agent Systems - Machine Learning
- Natural Language - Robotics
- Representation and Reasoning - Speech
- Vision - Web and AI
- Big Data - Biometrics
- BioInformatics - Chatbots
- E-commerce - Decision Support Systems
- Industrial Applications of AI - Knowledge Management
- Privacy - Recommender Systems
- Security - Software Engineering
- Spam Filtering - Surveillance
- Telecommunciations and Web Services
Special sessions are conceived as a forum for specialists on
narrower topics related to the main workshop. To submit a
special session proposal, send an email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Both research and application papers are solicited. All submitted
papers will be reviewed on the basis of technical quality,
relevance, significance, and clarity.
Each paper should have no more than twelve (12) pages in the
Springer-Verlag LNCS style. The authors' names and institutions
should not appear in the paper. Unpublished work of the authors
should not be cited.
For specific details, please visit the conference website:
Springer-Verlag author instructions are available at:
The URL for paper submission system is:
MIWAI strongly expects its submitting authors to adhere to
the academic code of honour. In particular, this means that
any paper that is eventually accepted to the technical
program will be on the understanding that at least one
co-author of the paper both registers *and attends* the
workshop to present the paper.
At least one co-author for each accepted paper must *register*
before the author registration deadline (September 15) has
passed. Failure to do so will result in removal of the paper
from the printed and online proceedings.
Authors who are registered but then find that they cannot attend
due to exceptional circumstances beyond their control should:
- Notify the program chairs by email as soon as possible
with a satisfactory explanation of these circumstances.
- Make every possible arrangement for another co-author to
present the paper in their place. (In exceptional
circumstances we may allow a presentation by video.)
If a registered author fails to show at the workshop without
doing either of (a), (b) above then:
- The paper will be removed from the online proceedings.
- The registered author will be banned from having papers
accepted to MIWAI for a period of 3 years.
- A formal letter of complaint will be written to the
author's head of faculty.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) research has broad applications in real world problems. Examples include control, planning and scheduling, pattern recognition, knowledge mining, software applications and strategy games. The ever-evolving needs in business both on a local and on a global scale demand better technologies for solving more and more complex problems. Such needs can be found in all industrial sectors and in any part of the world. This workshop aims to be a meeting place where excellence in AI research meets the needs for solving dynamic and complex problems in the real world. The academic researchers, developers, and industrial practitioners will have extensive opportunities to present their original work, technological advances and practical problems. Participants can learn from each other and exchange their experiences in order to fine tune their activities in order to help each other better. The main purposes of the MIWAI series of workshops are as follows:
-to provide a meeting place for AI researchers and practitioners.
-to inform research students about cutting-edge AI research via the presence of outstanding international invited speakers.
-to raise the standards of practice of AI research by providing researchers and students with feedback from an internationally-renowned program committee.