Workshops on Artificial Intelligence, Merida, Mexico

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    Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2002 23:23:13 -0800
    From: Ana Luisa Solis <ana@graf.fciencias.unam.mx>

                   TAINA: Workshops on Artificial Intelligence

                               MICAI 2002

      Mexican International Conference on Artificial Intelligence

              Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, April 22-26, 2002.

    Sponsored by the Mexican Society for Artificial Intelligence
    (SMIA) and the Center for Research in Computing (CIC-IPN)
    in cooperation with The Mexican Society for
    Computer Science, and The American Association for
    Artificial Intelligence

          http://www.cs.cinvestav.mx/~micai2002/

    TAINA WORKSHOPS - CALL FOR PAPERS

    In conjunction with the main conference, the following workshops
    of special interest to the AI community will be held in MICAI:

    *** Intelligent Virtual Environments

    *** Logic and Computation (L&C)

    *** Artificial Intelligence Applications

    *** Soft Computing

    *** Robotics

    *** Image Analysis and Pattern Recognition

    The workshops, that could be one day or half day, will take place
    the first two days of the conference (April 22,23) and will include
    paper presentations and panel discussions.

    We invite you to participate in the workshops by sending a paper related

    to any of these topics. Papers submitted may be written in Spanish or
    English.
    The workshops comittees will also consider work in progress, that should

    be high in interest and potential, but will typically contain only
    preliminary results and analyses. Students in particular, are encouraged

    to participate.

    SUBMISSIONS SHOULD BE SEND TO EACH WORKSHOP COORDINATOR (SEE BELOW)

    IMPORTANT DATES:

    22 February 2002 Deadline for papers and panel proposals
     1 March 2002 Notification to authors
     8 March 2002 Deadline for final papers
    22/23 April 2002 Workshops (MICAI)

    For more information and submission instructions,
    please refer to the details of each workshop below.

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    WORKSHOP CHAIRS:

    Guatavo Arroyo (garroyo@iie.org.mx)
    Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas
    MEXICO

    Humberto Sossa (hsossa@cic.ipn.mx)
    CIC-IPN
    MEXICO

    CONFERENCE CHAIRS:

    L. Enrique Sucar (esucar@campus.mor.itesm.mx)
    ITESM Campus Cuernavaca
    MEXICO

    Osvaldo Cairo (cairo@itam.mx)
    ITAM
    MEXICO

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               "Workshop on Intelligent Virtual Environments"
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              http://graf.fciencias.unam.mx/~events/ivew-micai.html

    Aims

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    We invite you to participate in the Workshop on Intelligent Virtual
    Environments. This workshop is a forum for the exchange of experiences
    and knowledge among researches and developers concerned with the use of
    Artificial Intelligence in virtual environments.
    

    Topics ------ Papers may be submitted on the following topics (including, but not limited to)

    -Agents applications -Virtual assistants, avatars, believable agents -Speech and languaje for virtual agents -Multimodal Human/Agent Interaction -Communicative Agents in Intelligent Virtual Environments -Design and Implementation of Intelligent Virtual environments -Web based virtual environments -Artificial life -Human machine interaction -Education -Telerobotics -Intelligent Tutoring Systems -Virtual Laboratories

    Workshop format --------------- The event is open to all those with an interest in intelligent virtual environments and virtual reality. Students in particular, are encouraged to participate. The one day workshop will be organized with paper presentations and panel discussions.

    Instructions for Participants -----------------------------

    The Workshop seeks submission for two tracks:

    Papers --------- Authors are request to prepare their contribution as a full paper. Papers submitted may be written in Spanish or English. They should present new research results from all areas intelligent virtual environments. Case studies report on practical applications of intelligent virtual environments. The workshop comittee will also consider work in progress, that should be high in interest and potential, but will typically contain only preliminary results and analyses.

    Papers should be no longer than 8 pages, including all tables, figures, and references. It is recommended that the authors use the same style as MICAI regular Papers (Springer-Verlag). The first page should contain:

    1.Title of the paper. 2.Authors' names with affiliation, postal address, phone number and e-mail addresses. 3.Approximately 200 word summary. Papers should be submitted electronically, in PDF or PostScript, to the following address: ivew@graf.fciencias.unam.mx

    All papers will be evaluated by at least two members of the workshop committee and/or additional reviewers.

    Accepted papers will be published in the Workshop proceedings.

    Panel proposals --------------------

    The workshop will include panels that seek to promote an open and informal atmosphere for discussion of diffent aspects of intelligent virtual environments an virtual reality. The topics for the panels should be of general interest and current relevance in the area.

    Panel proposals should be no longer than 1 page and should contain:

    1.Title of the panel. 2.A brief description of the issues the panel addresses. 3.A list of at least 2 experts in the field that will be part of the panel. 4.The name with affiliation, postal address, phone number and e-mail address of the panel responsible.

    Panel proposals should be submitted electronically, in text (ASCII), to the following address: ivew@graf.fciencias.unam.mx

    The panels will be evaluated and selected by the workshop committee.

    Workshop Committee: -----------------------------

    Ana Luisa Solis ( UNAM, Mexico) ana@graf.fciencias.unam.mx

    Jesus Savage (UNAM, Mexico) Savage@servidor.unam.mx

    Isaac Rudomin (ITESM,Mexico) rudomin@campus.cem.itesm.mx

    Contact person --------------- Ana Luisa Solis ana@graf.fciencias.unam.mx

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    Logic and Computation (L&C) http://research.cem.itesm.mx/lyc/WS/index.html

    L&C is intended to provide a snapshot of research into logic and computation as well as their application to industrial strength problems. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

    - automated reasoning - model checking - logic programming - constraint programming - formal methods - rewriting - logical aspects of programming - logical aspects of concurrency - knowledge representation and - complexity reasoning

    L&C will be a one day workshop. Potential participants should submit either a short paper or a panel proposal.

    Papers ------

    Papers submitted may be written in Spanish or English. They should present new results in the areas of research above mentioned. The workshop comittee will also consider work in progress, that should be high in interest and potential, but will typically contain only preliminary results and analyses.

    Papers should be no longer than 5 pages, including all tables, figures, and references. It is recommended that the authors use the same style as MICAI regular papers (Springer LNCS format). The first page should contain:

    1. Title of the paper. 2. Authors' names with affiliation, postal address, phone number and e-mail addresses. 3. Approximately 200 word summary. 4. Up to 5 keywords.

    Papers should be submitted electronically, in PDF or PostScript, to the following address raulm@campus.cem.itesm.mx, with the subject field containing L&C paper submission.

    All papers will be evaluated by at least two members of the workshop committee and/or additional reviewers.

    Accepted papers will be published in the Workshop proceedings.

    Panel proposals ---------------

    The workshop will include panels that seek to promote an open and informal atmosphere for discussion of diffent aspects of logic and computation. Panel proposals should be no longer than 1 page and should contain:

    1. Title of the panel. 2. A brief description of the issues the panel addresses. 3. A list of at least 2 experts in the field that will be part of the panel. 4. The name with affiliation, postal address, phone number and e-mail address of the panel responsible.

    Panel proposals should be submitted electronically, in text (ASCII), to the following address raulm@campus.cem.itesm.mx, with the subject field containing L&C panel proposal.

    The panels will be evaluated and selected by the workshop committee.

    Workshop Committee: -------------------

    Matias Alvarado, CIC IPN, matias@pollux.cic.ipn.mx Kai Engelhardt, University of New South Wales, kaie@cse.unsw.edu.au Dieter Hutter, DFKI, hutter@dfki.de Raul Monroy, ITESM CEM, raulm@campus.cem.itesm.mx Mauricio Osorio, UDLAP, josorio@mail.udlap.mx Toby Walsh, University of York, tw@dai.ed.ac.uk

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    "Workshop sobre Aplicaciones de Inteligencia Artificial" ---------------------------------------------------------

    TAIA 2002 es un taller auspiciado por la Sociedad Mexicana de Inteligencia Artificial (SMIA), el Centro de Inteligencia Artificial (CIA) y el Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas (GSI-IIE). TAIA 2002 se celebrara de manera conjunta con la "Mexican International Conference on Artificial Intelligence"

    Topicos: ---------- TAIA 2002 será un espacio para la discusión de los recientes avances en la aplicación real de sistemas inteligentes en los campos de los negocios, manufactura, medicina, energía, educación, robótica, Web. Los participantes tendrán la oportunidad de escuchar, ver presentaciones especializadas, compartir experiencias y reunirse con prestigiados colegas que aplican técnicas y formalismos de la Inteligencia Artificial para resolver problemas reales.

    Formato de los trabajos: -------------------------- Los trabajos podrán estar escritos en español o en inglés con una extensión de a lo más 12 páginas, incluyendo los nombres y afiliación de los autores, tablas, figuras y referencias en PostScript o PDF. Todo trabajo debe ser enviado via electronica a 'garroyo@iie.org.mx' de acuerdo al formato establecido en: http://www.cs.cinvestav.mx/~micai2002/eng/instructions.html.

    Proceso de Revision: ---------------------- Todo trabajo será revisado por al menos dos miembros del comité técnico del TAIA. Los criterios de selección incluirán, entre otros, la precisión, originalidad, claridad y calidad de la presentación, importancia de los resultados reportados y los beneficios de la implantación.

    Presentacion de trabajos: -------------------------- Los trabajos aceptados serán presentados en forma oral y aparecerán en las memorias del evento, que en esta ocasión serán publicadas con auspicio del CIC-IPN, con su respectivo número de ISBN. Los autores de los trabajos aceptados, o al menos uno de ellos, deberá registrase al evento. Se solicita que todos los trabajos aceptados sean presentados en el taller.

    Mejores trabajos: ------------------ Los mejores trabajos presentados durante el taller recibirán un diploma como reconocimiento. Además, serán escogidos para una revisión más rigurosa, para su posible publicación en la Revista Computación y Sistemas. Revista con reconocimiento del CONACYT, México.

    Comite del programa: -----------------------

    Dr. Francisco J. Cantú Ortíz Email: fcantu@campus.mty.itesm.mx

    Dr. Gustavo Arroyo Figueroa Email: garroyo@iie.org.mx

    Dr. Edgar Nelson Sánchez Camperos Email: sanchez@gdl.cinvestav.mx

    Solicitud o envio de informacion: Dr. Gustavo Arroyo Figueroa garroyo@iie.org.mx

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    "Workshop on Soft Computing"

    What the Workshop is About: --------------------------

    The workshop will address the theory and applications of soft computing:

    neural networks, fuzzy logic, evolutionary computation, qualitative analysis, statistical logic

    and related topics.

    Topics: ------- Neural Networks Multi-Layer Perceptrons Radial Basis Functions Support Vector Machines Committee Machines Self-Organizing Maps Stochastic Machines Other networks Fuzzy Logic Adaptive Control Fuzzy clustering Fuzzy Set Theory Data Mining Applications Evolutionary Computation Genetic Algorithms Evolutionary Strategies Evolutionary Programming Genetic Programming Learning Classifier Systems Genetic Automata Qualitative Analysis Statistical Logic

    Techniques: Fuzzy Expert Systems Fuzzy Self-Organizing Maps Multivariate Genetic Approximation Statistical Genetic Algorithms Statistical Decision Systems

    Format of the Workshop ----------------------

    The event will be a one day workshop that will include paper presentations and panel discussions.

    Instructions for Participants -----------------------------

    SC 2002 seeks submission for two tracks:

    Papers ------

    Papers submitted may be written in Spanish or English. They should present new results in theoretical, empirical and applied research in all areas related to soft

    computing (in artificial intelligence). The workshop comittee will also consider work in progress, that should be high in interest and potential, but will typically contain only preliminary results and analyses.

    Papers should be no longer than 8 pages, including all tables, figures, and references. It is recommended that the authors use the same style as MICAI regular papers (Springer-Verlag). The first page should contain:

    1.Title of the paper. 2.Authors' names with affiliation, postal address, phone number and e-mail addresses. 3.Approximately 200 word summary. 4.Up to 5 keywords.

    Papers should be submitted electronically, in PDF or PostScript, to the following address:

    All papers will be evaluated by at least two members of the workshop committee and/or additional reviewers.

    Accepted papers will be published in the Workshop proceedings.

    Panel proposals ---------------

    The workshop will include panels that seek to promote an open and informal atmosphere for discussion of diffent aspects of soft computing: theory and applications. The topics for the panels should be of general interest and current relevance in the area.

    Panel proposals should be no longer than 1 page and should contain:

    1.Title of the panel. 2.A brief description of the issues the panel addresses. 3.A list of at least 2 experts in the field that will be part of the panel. 4.The name with affiliation, postal address, phone number and e-mail address of the panel responsible.

    Panel proposals should be submitted electronically, in text (ASCII), to the following address: akuri@itam.mx.

    The panels will be evaluated and selected by the workshop committee.

    Workshop Committee: -------------------

    Angel Kuri Morales Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México akuri@itam.mx

    Matías Alvarado Centro de Investigación en Computación matias@pollux.cic.ipn.mx

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    "Workshop on Robotics and AI" ------------------------------------------------

    Aims ---- We invite you to participate in the Workshop on Robotics and AI. This workshop is a forum for the exchange of experiences And knowledge among researches and developers concerned with the use of Artificial Intelligence for the design, simulation, motion planning and visual servoing on Robotics.

    Topics ------ Papers may be submitted on the following topics (including, but not limited to)

    Automated Car Navegation Biped Locomotion Car-Like Robots Planning and Control Cooperative Robots Dynamic Simulation and Haptic Simulation Dynamic Problems in Visual servoing Haptic Devices Health Care and Welfare Technology Issues on Autonomous Vehicules Learning Localisation for Mobile Robots Medical Robotics Motion Planning Visual servoing Vision Based Tracking Visual VR Interfaces Robot Programming Sensor Fusion Surgical Applications Tactile and Haptic Interfaces Vision-Based Control

    Workshop format --------------- The event is open to all those with an interest with the use of Artificial Intelligence for the design, simulation, motion planning and visual servoing on Robotics.. Students in particular, are encouraged to participate. The one day workshop will be organized with paper presentations and panel discussions.

    Instructions for Participants -----------------------------

    The Workshop seeks submission for two tracks:

    - Papers - Panel proposals

    Papers --------- Authors are request to prepare their contribution as a full paper. Papers submitted may be written in Spanish or English. They should present new research results from all areas intelligent virtual environments. Case studies report on practical applications of intelligent virtual environments. The workshop comittee will also consider work in progress, that should be high in interest and potential, but will typically contain only preliminary results and analyses.

    Papers should be no longer than 8 pages, including all tables, figures, and references. It is recommended that the authors use the same style as MICAI regular Papers (Springer-Verlag). The first page should contain:

    1.Title of the paper. 2.Authors' names with affiliation, postal address, phone number and e-mail addresses. 3.Approximately 200 word summary. Papers should be submitted electronically, in PDF or PostScript, to the following address: munozu@tunku.uady mx All papers will be evaluated by at least two members of the workshop committee and/or additional reviewers.

    Accepted papers will be published in the Workshop proceedings.

    Panel proposals --------------------

    The workshop will include panels that seek to promote an open and informal atmosphere for discussion of different aspects of Robotics and their applications using AI techniques. The topics for the panels should be of general interest and current relevance in the area.

    Panel proposals should be no longer than 1 page and should contain:

    1.Title of the panel. 2.A brief description of the issues the panel addresses. 3.A list of at least 2 experts in the field that will be part of the panel. 4.The name with affiliation, postal address, phone number and e-mail address of the panel responsible.

    Panel proposals should be submitted electronically, in text (ASCII), to the following address: munozu@tunku.uady mx .The panels will be evaluated and selected by the workshop committee.

    Workshop Committee: -----------------------------

    Luis Alberto Muñoz (UADY-México) Vicente Parra Vega (Cinvestav-México) Arturo Espinoza Romero (IIMAS-México) Walterio Mayol (Oxford, UK) Juan Luis Diaz de León (CIC-IPN, México)

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    WDAPR 2002

    Workshop on Image Analysis and Pattern Recognition

    http://www.cic.ipn.mx/index_eventos.htm/micai-wiapr2002.html (this page in construction)

    WIAPR 2002 is a workshop organized by the Center for Computing Research (Centro de Investigación en Computación del IPN, CIC-IPN) and the Mexican Society of Artificial Intelligence (Sociedad Mexicana de Inteligencia Artificial (SMIA). The workshop will be held in conjunction with the Mexican International Conference on Artificial Intelligence MICAI 2002 in Mérida, Yucatán. WIAPR 2002 will be a space for discussion of recent advances in the fields of Computer Vision, Pattern recognition, Signal and Image Processing and Analysis and their applications. Participants will have the opportunity to listen and see specialized presentations and join with prestigious colleges working in the fields above mentioned. Students in particular, are encouraged to participate. Work in progress will be considered for acceptation.

    Topics:

    Papers may be submitted on the following topics (including, but not limited to):

    -Signal and image processing. -Signal and image analysis. -Computer Vision. -Pattern recognition. -Applications.

    Manuscript Format:

    Works may be written in Spanish or in English with an extension of up to 8 pages, including authors names and affiliation, figures, tables and references in PDF. It is strongly recommended that the authors follow the same style as MICAI regular Papers (Springer-Verlag). The first page should contain:

    1. Title of the paper. 2. Authors' names with affiliation, postal address, phone number and e-mail addresses. 3. Approximately 200 word summary.

    Papers should be submitted electronically, in PDF or PostScript, to Humberto Sossa to the following address: hsossa@cic.ipn.mx

    Revision process:

    All works will be reviewed by at least two of the referees of the technical committee. Criteria to be taken into account comprises originality, precision, clarity, importance of the reported results and quality of presentation. Work in progress will be taken also into account.

    Presentation of works:

    Accepted works will be presented in oral form and will appear in workshop proceedings that in this case will be published by the IPN with its own ISBN. Authors of accepted works, or at least one of them, should be registered. It is asked that all the accepted works will be presented in the workshop.

    Best works:

    The best works will be selected for a more rigorous revision, for its possible publication in the Journal Computación y Sistemas.

    Workshop Committee:

    Humberto Sossa CIC-IPN MEXICO hsossa@cic.ipn.mx

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