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EPIA 2011: Final Call for Participation

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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

EPIA'2011
15th Portuguese Conference on Artificial Intelligence
http://epia2011.appia.pt

Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal
October 10-13, 2011

The worldwide Artificial Intelligence (AI) community is invited to 
participate in the 15th Portuguese Conference on Artificial 
Intelligence. As in previous years, this international conference is 
hosted with the patronage of the Portuguese Association for Artificial 
Intelligence (APPIA). The purpose of the conference is to promote 
research in all areas of AI.

Thematic track program
=================

The coming conference is structured as a set of thematic tracks. These 
are intended to provide an informal environment that fosters the active 
cross-fertilization of ideas between researchers within specific 
sub-areas of AI, including theoretical/foundational, integrative, 
application-oriented and newly emerging areas. The program includes the 
following thematic tracks:
The 15th edition of EPIA will be composed of the following thematic tracks:

** AC, Affective Computing
** AI4Games, Artificial Intelligence Methodologies for Games
** AITS, Artificial Intelligence in Transportation Systems
** ALEA, Artificial Life and Evolutionary Algorithms
** AmI Environments, Ambient Intelligence Environments
** COLA, Computational Logic with Applications
** GAI, General Artificial Intelligence
** IROBOT, Intelligent Robotics
** KDBI, Knowledge Discovery and Business Intelligence
** MASTA, Multi-Agent Systems: Theory and Applications
** SSM, Social Simulation and Modeling
** TeMA, Text Mining and Applications
** 3rd Doctoral Symposium on Artificial Intelligence - SDIA 2011

All submissions were evaluated by at least three referees and selected 
for presentation at the conference on the basis of quality and relevance 
to the issues each track is addressing. In total, 120 papers were 
selected. A selection of high quality full papers will appear in a book 
published by Springer, in the LNAI series. All remaining papers 
presented at the conference will be published in a conference 
proceedings book.

Additional and up-to-date information on the thematic track program is 
available here:
http://epia2011.appia.pt/Programme.aspx
The official language of the conference is English.

Invited Talks
================
"Doing Clever Things with the Semantic Web"
by Mathieu d'Aquin, Knowledge Media Institute of the The Open 
University, United Kingdom

"Extracting semantically enriched events from biomedical literature"
Sophia Ananiadou, UK National Centre for Text Mining (NaCTeM) and School 
of Computer Science at Manchester University, United Kingdom

"TRUST: its Nature & Dynamics"
by Cristiano Castelfranchi, University of Siena, Department of 
Communication Science and the Institute of Cognitive Sciences and 
Technologies- ISTC of the National Research Council, Italy

"Agent-based modelling: Applications and challenges"
by Juan Pavón,  Universidad Complutense of Madrid (UCM), Spain

Registration
============
Registration instructions can be found here:
http://epia2011.appia.pt/Registration.aspx

Important dates
===============
* Conference dates: October 10-13, 2009

Organization
============
General Conference and Programme Co-Chairs:
Luis Antunes (LabMAg/UL)
H. Sofia Pinto (INESC-ID/IST)

Organization Co-Chairs:
Rui Prada (INESC-ID/IST)
Paulo Trigo (ISEL)


Advisory Committee
==================
Amílcar Cardoso (UC, Portugal)
Ana Paiva (IST, Portugal)
Arlindo Oliveira (IST, Portugal)
Carlos Ramos (IPP, Portugal)
Ernesto Costa (UC, Portugal)
Ernesto Morgado (IST, Portugal)
Eugénio Oliveira (UP, Portugal)
Gabriel Pereira Lopes (UNL, Portugal)
Gael Dias (UBI, Portugal)
Helder Coelho (UL, Portugal)
José Carlos Maia Neves (UM, Portugal)
José Júlio Alferes (UNL, Portugal)
Luís Correia (UL, Portugal)
Luís Rocha (Indiana University, USA)
Luís Seabra Lopes (UA, Portugal)
Manuela Veloso (CMU, USA)
Pavel Brazdil (UP, Portugal)
Pedro Barahona (UNL, Portugal)
Pedro Rangel Henriques (UM, Portugal)
Salvador Abreu (UE, Portugal)

Further information on the venue will be available on the
conference website at:
http://epia2011.appia.pt/
For travel information see here:
http://epia2011.appia.pt/Venue/Travel.aspx

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