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Call for Tutorials - Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT'05) and Web Intelligence (WI'05)

From: Rineke Verbrugge <l.c.verbrugge@ai.rug.nl>
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2005 14:00:47 +0100
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Call for Tutorials

The 2005 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Joint Conference on
Web Intelligence (WI'05) and Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT'05)
takes place on September 19-22, 2005, Compiegne University of Technology,
Compiegne, France.


Web Intelligence (WI'05):
Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT'05):

WI'05 and IAT'05 will include tutorials providing in-depth background
on subjects that are of broad interest to the Web intelligence and
intelligent agent community.  Both short (2 hours) and long (half day)
tutorials will be considered.

The following is a *non-exclusive* list of preferred topic areas
for tutorial proposals:

Web Intelligence:

- Agents for Web Services
- Intelligent/Semantic Web Services
- Intelligent Wireless Web and Ubiquitous Computing
- Knowledge Grids
- Natural Language Processing for the Semantic Web
- Ontology Engineering
- Rules and Inference Engines for the Web
- Semantic Web Concepts and Techniques for Security and Trust
- Semantic Web Languages
- Service-Oriented Computing
- Social Networks and Social Intelligence
- Web Mining, Farming and Reasoning

Intelligent Agent Technology:

- Communication in Multiagent Systems
- Learning and Evolution in Multiagent Systems
- Cooperative Problem Solving
- Auctions and Negotiation
- Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation
- Agent-Based Software Engineering Methodology
- Agent Technologies in e-Business Systems
- Agent-Mediated Knowledge Management
- Peer-to-Peer Models for Multi-Agent Systems
- Agent-Based Grid Computing

Submission Details:

Proposals for tutorials should consist of an outline and
background information on the presenter(s). The tutorial
outline should be limited to 2 pages and contain the
following information:

1. Title and abstract of the tutorial
2. Proposed duration: 2 hours or half-day
3. Intended audience: to whom is the tutorial of interest
4. Prerequisite knowledge: what the attendees should already know
5. Detailed outline

The background information on the presenter(s) should be
limited to 1-2 pages and contain:

1. Names, affiliations, home-pages and contact details
2. Short biographies
3. Information about previous tutorials given by the same
    presenters (title, location, number of attendees, etc.)

Tutorial materials such as handouts and slides should be included
if already available, but are not required for submission.

Please send your proposal to rineke@ai.rug.nl

Important Dates:

June 10, 2005  Tutorial submissions
June 25, 2005  Acceptance notices
August 10, 2005  Camera-ready copy of tutorial handouts
September 19, 2005  WI-IAT'05 tutorials

Tutorial Chair:

Rineke Verbrugge, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Email: rineke@ai.rug.nl
Received on Friday, 18 February 2005 03:21:04 UTC

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