Call for Workshop Proposals
 
 

The Program Committee invites proposals for workshops, to be held at KI-2004. The workshops are intended to offer the opportunity for the in-depth discussion of specific topics and the informal exchange of novel ideas in an inspiring atmosphere. Workshop proposals from all subfields of Artificial Intelligence are invited.

Workshops may be held in German or English. Workshop organizers may limit the number of participants. Hard copies of the working notes will be made available at the main conference. Workshop organizers should also consider the possibility to publish their working notes electronically.

 
  Proposal Submission
 

Anyone wishing to organize a workshop is asked to email a proposal (in plain text or pdf format and up to three pages) not later than by February 16, 2004, to the Workshop Chair. Proposals should provide the following information:

  • TITLE of the proposed workshop.
  • Description of the workshop CONTENTS (the issues on which it concentrates, its main goals, its relevance, and its target audience).
  • Description of workshop FORMAT (plans for the workshop agenda, intended workshop length - typically half-day or full-day -, and planned events such as invited talks, panels and discussion forums).
  • Description of the workshop ORGANIZATION (organizational schedule, plans for encouraging submissions and selecting papers, strategies for recruiting participants, and other ideas on how to increase the workshop's attractiveness).
  • Full contact address of the PRIMARY WORKSHOP ORGANIZER (name, email address, postal address, phone, and fax number).
  • Members of the ORGANIZING COMMITTEE, if available (names, email addresses, and postal addresses).
  • ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS and, if available, list of TENTATIVELY CONFIRMED ATTENDEES.
 
  Responsibilities
 

The organizers of each accepted workshop will be responsible for the following:

  • Producing and distributing a Call for Participation for their workshop.
  • Reviewing papers submitted to their workshop and deciding on acceptance.
  • Providing two complete copy-ready copies of the working notes (each less than 100 pages).
  • Providing a list of audio-visual and room requirements.

The KI-2004 organizers will handle the following:

  • Announcement of the workshop program as a whole.
  • Registration of workshop participants.
  • Provision of rooms and presentation equipment.
  • Duplication of the working notes.
 
  Contact
 

Please send any inquiries concerning workshop proposals to the Workshop Chair:

PD Dr. Michael Beetz
Institut für Informatik IX
Technische Universität München
Boltzmannstr. 3
85748 Garching b. München

Tel: 089 289-17759
Fax: 089 289-17757
E-mail: beetzm@in.tum.de

 

This call is also available as a PDF document on the resources page.