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AISB event Bulletin Item

2nd CFP: SCAI Scandinavian Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Second Call for Papers

   S C A I   2 0 1 1

   The Eleventh Scandinavian Conference on Artificial Intelligence
   May 24-26, 2011
   NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
   Trondheim, Norway


The eleventh Scandinavian AI conference, SCAI 2011, will be held in
Trondheim, Norway, on May 24-26, 2011. The conference is co-organised
by IDI, NTNU (Department of Computer and Information Science) and
NAIS, the Norwegian Artificial Intelligence Society.

On May 24 there will be tutorials, workshops, and an industrial
challenges seminar. We encourage submissions of workshop
topics. Tutorials will be given by Finn V. Jensen, lborg University,
on "Graphical decision models - representation and solution" and
Thomas gotnes, University of Bergen, on "Coordinating multi-agent
systems using social laws".

The main conference will run May 25-26. Michael Wooldridge, University
of Liverpool, UK will give an invited talk. Contributions to the
conference are welcome from all areas of Artificial Intelligence. This
includes, but is not limited to: Machine learning, Knowledge
representation and reasoning, Planning and scheduling, Natural
language, Computer vision, Search algorithms, Multi-agent systems,
Artificial life, Cognitive robotics, Probabilistic graphical models,
Industrial applications, and Philosophical foundations.

Submissions should be 10 pages long following the publisher's (IOS
Press) instructions, and submitted before January 28,
2011. Contributions may be accepted either for oral presentation or as
posters. All accepted contributions will be published in the
proceedings of the conference.

We will use the EasyChair system to handle submissions. To submit your
contribution, follow this link:

Important dates:

 January 28, 2011:	Paper submission deadline
 January 28, 2011:   	Workshop proposals
 March 14, 2011:   	Notification of acceptance
 March 29, 2011:  	Camera-ready paper
 May 24-26, 2008: 	Conference

Organising Committee

 Anders Kofod-Pedersen		NTNU, Norway
 Helge Langseth		NTNU, Norway
 Fredrik Heintz		Linkping University, Sweden
 Thomas Dyhre Nielsen		Aalborg University, Denmark
 Tapio Pahikkala  		University of Turku, Finland
 Odd Erik Gundersen		Verdande Technologies, Norway
 Lars Bungum			NTNU, Norway