[loginf] KI 2019 --- Joint Calls (Papers / Tutorials and Workshops / Doctoral Consortium)

Heiner Stuckenschmidt heiner at informatik.uni-mannheim.de
Sun Feb 3 11:12:10 CET 2019


KI 2019 --- Joint Calls (Papers / Tutorials and Workshops / Doctoral 
Consortium)
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The German conference on Artificial Intelligence (abbreviated KI for 
“Künstliche Intelligenz”) has developed from a series of unofficial 
meetings and workshops, organized by the German “Gesellschaft für 
Informatik” (association for computer science, GI), into an annual 
conference series dedicated to research on theory and applications of 
intelligent system technology. While KI is primarily attended by 
researchers from Germany and neighboring countries, it warmly welcomes 
international participation.

Conference website: http://www.ki2019.de

The KI 2019 conference takes place in Kassel, Germany, September 
23th-26th 2019, and will be held in conjunction with the 49th Annual 
Conference of the German Computer Science Association: INFORMATIK 2019 
(http://informatik2019.de).



Submission Guidelines
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Main Conference
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We invite papers, which have to be in English and formatted according to 
the Springer LNCS style, in the following three categories:

Full technical papers (12 pages max., excluding references) are expected 
to report on new research that makes a substantial technical 
contribution to the field. Additional details may be included in an 
appendix, which, however, will be read at the discretion of the PC.
Technical communications (6 pages max., excluding references) can report 
on research in progress or other issues of interest to the AI community. 
Examples of work suitable for technical communication paper submissions 
include: novel ideas whose scope is not large enough for a full paper; 
important implementation techniques; novel interesting benchmark 
problems; short experimental studies; interesting applications that are 
not yet completely solved or analyzed; position or challenge papers. 
Technical communication submissions are especially invited for software 
demonstration or PhD work in progress.
Abstracts of papers accepted at (most recent editions of) major AI 
conferences (3 pages max., excluding references) are welcome to bring 
together German members of the international AI community. Abstracts of 
accepted papers will be evaluated based on the ranking of the venue it 
has been accepted for. We especially invite abstract of papers from A or 
A* ranked AI conferences.
Submission will be through the EasyChair conference management system.

Full papers and technical communications will be subject to blind peer 
review based on the standard criteria of relevance, significance of 
results, originality of ideas, soundness, and quality of the 
presentation. Papers accepted in this process will be published in the 
main conference proceedings, published by Springer in the LNAI series  
and will be presented at the conference. At least one author of each 
accepted paper must register for the conference and present the 
contribution. The 3 page paper abstracts will be bundled and included in 
an preface or appendix section of the conference proceedings.

For more details on the submission procedure, visit 
https://easychair.org/cfp/KI2019

Proposals for Workshops and Tutorials
-------------------------------

We invite proposals for workshops and tutorials to be held at the first 
day (September 23) of the conference week (September 23-26). Topics 
include all subareas of artificial intelligence as well as their 
foundations and applications.

Proposals of workshops/tutorials should be PDF documents of up to three 
pages and written in English. For more details on the required documents 
and the submission procedure, visit http://www.ki2019.de/cfwt/

Doctoral Consortium
-----------------

The doctoral consortium provides an opportunity for PhD students to 
discuss their research interests and career objectives with established 
researchers in AI and network with other participants. The doctoral 
consortium will expose students to different areas of research within AI 
and help build professional connections within the international 
community of AI researchers.

Proposals for the doctoral consortium should be PDF documents of three 
to five pages and written in English. For more details on the required 
documents and the submission procedure, visit 
https://www.ki2019.de/call-doctoral-consortium/



Important Dates
===============

Main Conference
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May 12, 2019: Abstract submission
May 17, 2019: Paper submission
Jun 28, 2019: Notification of acceptance
Jul 12, 2019: Final versions

Proposals for Workshops and Tutorials
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Mar 1, 2019: Workshop/tutorial proposal deadline
Apr 1, 2019: Notification of acceptance
Apr 14, 2019: Workshop 1st call for papers ready
Apr 14, 2019: Workshop/tutorial web page ready
Sep 23, 2019: Workshops and tutorials

Doctoral Consortium
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Jun 10, 2019: Submission
Aug 5, 2019: Notification of acceptance
Sep 23, 2019: Mentoring event



List of Topics
=========

KI 2019 will have a special focus on “AI methods for Argumentation” and 
we especially invite contributions that use methods from all areas of AI 
to understand, formalize or generate argument structures in natural 
language. The special focus will be organized in cooperation with the 
DFG funded priority program “RATIO: Robust Argumentation Machines”.

Besides this special focus, KI 2019 invites original research and 
application papers on all aspects of AI research, including but not 
limited to the following:

- Agent-based and multi-agent systems
- AI applications and innovations
- Argumentation in AI
- Belief change
- Cognitive modelling
- AI and psychology
- Commonsense reasoning
- Computer vision
- Constraint satisfaction, search, and optimization
- Diagnosis and configuration
- Evolutionary computation
- Game playing and interactive entertainment
- Information retrieval, integration, and extraction
- Interactive and automated theorem proving
- Knowledge engineering and ontologies
- Knowledge representation and reasoning
- Knowledge discovery and data mining
- Machine learning
- Multidisciplinary AI
- Natural language processing
- Nonmonotonic reasoning and default logics
- Philosophical foundations of AI
- Planning and scheduling
- Recommender systems
- Responsible AI, normative reasoning
- Robotics
- Uncertainty in AI
- Web and information systems
- Committees



Program Committee
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(will be announced at https://www.ki2019.de/)


Invited Speakers
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Prof. Anthony Hunter, PhD, University College London
Prof. Michael Beetz, PhD, University of Bremen
Dr. Tassilo Klein, SAP Berlin


Organizing committee
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Prof. Dr. Christoph Benzmüller, Freie Universität Berlin (PC co-chair)
Prof. Dr. Heiner Stuckenschmidt, University of Mannheim (PC co-chair)
Dr. Alexander Steen, University of Luxembourg (Workshop and Tutorial chair)
Dr. Kristina Yordanova, University of Rostock (Doctoral Consortium)




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*Prof. Dr. Heiner Stuckenschmidt*
Chair of Artificial Intelligence

University of Mannheim
School of Business Informatics and Mathematics
Data and Web Science Research Group | B6, 26 | 68131 Mannheim
Germany

Phone: +49 621 181 2530

E-mail: heiner at informatik.uni-mannheim.de 
<mailto:heiner at informatik.uni-mannheim.de>
Web: dws.informatik.uni-mannheim.de 
<https://dws.informatik.uni-mannheim.de>

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