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Bulletin #2, March 2002
Every two years, a measure of the health of the Artificial Intelligence field in Europe is the number of submitted papers to the ECAI conference.
Rob Milne, ECCAI President.
NEWS from the ECCAI board and the ECCAI web site
A unique candidate confirm its intent to bid : AI*IA
It is now time to nominate candidates for ECCAI Fellows for 2002.
Each ECCAI member societies nominate individuals whom they consider to have achieved unusual distinction in the field. The nominations must be accompanied with a CV of the candidate and three letters of reference. All documents included in the nomination must be written in English. These nominations are then considered by the ECCAI Fellows Selection Committee, comprising 6 ECCAI Fellows and the ECCAI Chair.
This year the ECCAI Travel Award Scheme supports participation to ECAI 2002. Applicants must be actively participating in ECAI 2002, such as presenting a paper in either a ECAI technical session or a STAIRS session or a workshop. Other active participation may be eligible. Priority will be given to applicants that are presenting a paper. Those wishing to simply attend the event will be considered as a lowest priority on the basis of need
Deadline: 7 May 2002. Notification of the decision: 23 May 2002.
Send applications by post or email to:
More details at https://eccai.org/travelaw.shtml
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NEWS from the ECCAI Conferences
- ECAI'02 hot news
492 submissions received for ECAI-02 and 22 for PAIS.
Among these 492 submission, 25 from Asia, 18 from North America, 15 from Australia and New Zealand, 8 from South America , 7 from Africa and 109 form France, 55 from UK, 43 from Italy, 41 from Spain, 34 from Germany, 27 from Russia, ...
Registration form is online at the web site of the conference : http://ecai2002.univ-lyon1.fr/
64 submissions received from France (21),Spain, UK,Italy, Belgium, Portugal, Germany, Irland, Sweden, Finland, The Netherlands, but also 6 submissions from Slovenia, Hungaria, Czech, Estonia and 3 submissions from North Africa
Additional information about STAIRS'2002 will be found on the symposium web pages: http://stairs2002.univ-lyon1.fr
NEWS from the ECCAI societies
- from SGES: The BCS Specialist Group on Knowledge-Based Systems and Applied Artificial Intelligence
ES2002: Cambridge, England, December 10th-12th 2002 : http://www.bcs-sges.org/es2002/
Full Paper Submission: 17th June 2002
- New AEPIA Board :
President: Federico Barber
Vicepresident: Ana Mª Garcia-Serrano
Secretary: Eva Onaindía ()
The NEW secretary of AEPIA (2001-2003) is now located at: AEPIA, url: http://aepia.dsic.upv.es/
- from Russian Association for Artificial Intelligence (RAAI)
- Next ECCAI-Bulletin in May 2002
ECCAI Bulletin Editor : Marc AYEL