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U n i v e r s i t y o f L e e d s
, U K

w w w.l e e d s.a c.u k/a i s b


The Society for the Study of Arti
ficial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour (AISB) is pleased to announce its
forthcoming convention and to invite proposals for the symposia which will constitute the event.



Dates: from 29
th

March 2004 until 1
st

April 2004

inclusive



Location: Univers
ity of Leeds



Format:
at least six serial/parallel symposia on specialist AI topics


The AISB'04

Symposia

Each AIS
B'04

symposium will feature
presentations

on a well
-
focussed AI topic. Each symposium will have a
programme chair, who will be responsible for

administration of the programme, recruiting a programme committee,
and refereeing extended abstracts for presentation of papers at the event. It is
likely that, as with previous
conventions, a special issue of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Artificial I
ntelligence and the Simulation of
Behaviour (AISBJ) will be published containing the best papers from each symposia
.
All aspects of local
arrangements will be taken care of by the convention organiser.
Funding will be available for reasonable
administrativ
e expenses.

Convention Themes

The underlying theme for AISB’04 is “
Motion
,

Emotion

and Cognition
”, reflecting the current interest in such
topics as:
motion tracking,
gesture

interface,
behaviours
modelling
, emotion simulation

and
others.
We intend that
s
ome of the symposium proposals will reflect this theme, as will the keynote
lectures
.

The coverage is intended to
be wide and inclusive,

including interdisciplinary
domains
such as
VR simulation,
musical
expression
and
cognition,
robotics, agents,
autonomo
us, perception and sensory systems.
However, it is to be emphasised that
proposals in ALL areas of Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science are encouraged.

Making a Proposal

Proposals should be made by writing to:

Ki a Ng
,
ICSRi M, Uni versi t y of Leeds
,

School of Comput i ng,

Leeds LS2 9JT,

UK

Email: kia@computer.org Web: www.kcng.org

enclosing the following information:



Title of Symposium

-

Not more than 8 words.



Name & affiliation of Symposium Chair

-

Include both postal and email addresses and both

fax and
telephone numbers.



Abstract for Symposium

-

Not more than 200 words explaining the remit of the symposium. This should be
suitable for inclusion in a call for papers.



Case for support

-

Not more than 750 words arguing the case for supporting you
r sy
mposium at the
AISB'04

event.



Programme committee

-

Names and affiliations of
at least
four colleagues who have agreed in principle to
serve on your symposium's programme committee.

Proposals will be selected by the AISB committee.

Timetable



Symposi
um Proposals
:

1
st

November 2003




Notification

re: Symposia: 11
th

November 2003




Calls for Extended

Abstracts by: 18
th

November 2003




Abstract
Submis
sion Deadline: 20
th

December 2003




Notification re: Exte
nded Abstracts: 20
th

January 2004




Submissi
on of fu
ll papers: 1
st

March 2004




Co
nvention: 29
th

March 2004


1
st

April 2004