Call for Papers
Call for Papers for the 30th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence
AI 2017, the 30th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence, invites papers that present original work in all areas of Artificial Intelligence, either theoretical or applied. All accepted papers will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in AI series. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
|Applications of AI
|Distributed AI Systems
|Natural Language Processing
|Social Impact and Ethics of AI
|Social Media Mining
|Intelligent Web Applications
Submitted papers must be no longer than 12 pages and must be formatted using the Springer LNCS style (more information on Springer’s site). The use of the LaTeX2e style file available from Springer is strongly encouraged. Papers submitted to AI 2017 must not have already been published, or accepted for publication, or be under review for a journal or another conference. Submissions will go through a double‐blind review process by Program Committee members for originality, significance, technical merit, and clarity of presentation. A “Best Paper Award” will be given at the conference to the authors of the best paper, as judged by the Best Paper Award Selection Committee.
The conference proceedings will be published by Springer in the LNAI series. A paper will be accepted either as a long or as a short paper. Long papers will be allocated 12 pages while short papers will be allocated 6 pages in the proceedings. Authors of accepted papers will be allocated time for an oral presentation at the conference and will have the opportunity to present their work in a poster session. At least one author of each accepted paper is required to attend the conference to present the work. Authors must agree to this requirement prior to submitting their paper for review. Expanded versions of selected papers representing mature work will be invited to a special issue of Computational Intelligence.
|Paper submission deadline:
|9 January 2017
|13 February 2017
|Final papers due:
|22 February 2017
Call for Papers for the Graphics Interface 2017 Conference
Graphics Interface (GI) 2017, the 43nd annual conference, will be held in Edmonton, Alberta from May 16th-19th, 2017. GI is the longest running conference in the field, consistently attracting high-quality submissions on recent advances in computer graphics, human-computer interaction (HCI), and visualization. All accepted GI papers are archived in the ACM Digital Library. The Michael A. J. Sweeney Award will be awarded at the conference to the best student papers in graphics and HCI. Authors should consult the eligibility criteria prior to submission. Authors of top papers will be invited to submit revised and extended versions to the journal Computers & Graphics.
GI 2017 will be held in conjunction with Computer and Robot Vision (CRV) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). A single registration provides access to all keynotes, invited and paper talks, as well as a common poster and demo session of the three conferences.
GI 2017 will have joint sessions for the graphics and HCI tracks. We seek submissions covering all aspects of graphics, HCI, as well as visualization. Authors must request that their submissions be handled by either the graphics or HCI sub-committee. In exceptional cases where significant overlap exists, a submission may be reviewed by members of both sub-committees. All paper submissions are fully peer reviewed by at least two members of the program committee and two external reviewers. Papers normally have a maximum length of eight (8) pages.
|Papers Submission Due Date:
|23 December 2016 11:59 pm PST
|30 December 2016 11:59pm PST
|3 March 2017
|Final Papers Due:
|30 March 2017
|16 - 19 May 2017
Call for Papers for the 14th Conference on Computer and Robot Vision
The paper submission deadline for CRV 2017 is Feb. 3, 2017. Please note that this is a firm deadline. Please refer to the attached Call For Papers PDF for information on the goals and scope of CRV. We will be posting information about CRV submission site shortly.
The CRV review process is single-blind: authors are not required to anonymize submissions. Submissions must be between 4 to 8 pages (two-column) long. Submissions less than 6 pages will most likely be considered for poster sessions only. Use the following templates to prepare your CRV submissions:
|3 February 2017, 11:59 PM PST
|17 March 2017
|Revised Camera-ready Papers:
|3 April 2017
|10 April 2017
|16-19 May 2017