UofR will host Graduate Student Symposium associated with AI-2013 (Expired)

The University of Regina will host the

Graduate Student Symposium

associated with the

Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI-2013)
 
May 28, 2013
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

The 26th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence invites graduate students to submit extended abstracts of their thesis of up to 6 pages for possible inclusion in the AI 2013 Graduate Student Symposium and the Canadian AI proceedings published by Springer. The Symposium provides an opportunity for Master's and PhD students to discuss and explore their research interests and career objectives with their peers and with a panel of established researchers, helping to develop a supportive community of scholars and a spirit of collaborative research.
 
The symposium will be a one-day pre-conference event, where students of accepted abstracts will be invited to give a presentation on their thesis work before a group of peers as well as a small team of expert AI researchers who will offer a critique of each presentation and provide support, advice, and mentoring. Each student will also be invited to participate in the poster session during the AI 2013 main conference. In addition, the author of the best student submission will be invited to give a short talk during the main conference.

Program Co-Chairs
 
Howard Hamilton, University of Regina
Svetlana Kiritchenko, National Research Council Canada

For more details, see the Call for Papers at
https://sites.google.com/site/aigss2013/cfp


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