*Call for Papers* *47 JAIIO*

Organized by Facultad de Ingeniería - Universidad de Palermo, SADIO

September 3rd-7th, 2017

Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
ASAI - Argentine Symposium on Artificial Intelligence (JAIIO)

SADIO organizes this event that aims at bringing the Artificial
Intelligence communities of Latin America in general and Argentina in
particular in a forum to discuss ideas, experiences and research results
among educators, researchers, students and industry representatives. The
event is part of the 47 JAIIO. It will take place in the  Facultad de
Ingeniería - Universidad de Palermo from September 3rd to September 7th
2018, with the collaboration of the Argentinean Association of Artificial
Intelligence (AAIA). The event seeks for original contributions in the
areas of Artificial Intelligence and Operations Research, including
academic research as well as influential industrial and business
applications that yield lessons learned from their development.

In order to bring the academic and professional sectors together,
companies, professionals, educators and researchers are invited and
encouraged to contribute with submissions following the traditional
research work format as well as with concrete applications, case studies,
specific tools, technology transfer activities and practical research
experience reports related to the themes of the symposium. This type of
work can be submitted in any of the modalities mentioned below.
*Topics of interest:*

Suggested, but not exclusive, topics of interest for submissions include:

        Intelligent agents and multi-agent systems

        Smart environments

        Machine learning

        Automated reasoning

        Knowledge representation

        Bio-inspired computing

        Natural language processing and linguistic computing

        Artificial neural networks

        Fuzzy logic

        Expert systems and knowledge-based systems

        Artificial life

        Pattern recognition

        Artificial intelligence in data analysis


        Artificial vision

        Data mining

        Decision support system

        Formal and empirical aspects of artificial intelligence

        Computer interaction

        Personalization and recommendation systems

        Planning and scheduling


        Innovative applications of artificial intelligence: big-data,
bioinformatics and biological computing, education, social networks,
virtual reality, etc.
*Important dates:*

Submission deadline: April 30, 2018.

Notification of acceptance: June 22, 2018.

Deadline for author registration: July 09, 2018.

Deadline for camera-ready papers submission: July 09, 2018.

Conference dates: September 03-07, 2018.

*Accepted papers:*

The evaluation will follow the same standards of previous ASAI. Accepted
papers will be published in the symposium proceedings.* The best papers
from ASAI will be invited to an special issue of SADIO Electronic Journal
and Revista Iberoamericana de Inteligencia Artificial (*
*http://journal.iberamia.org* <http://journal.iberamia.org>*), both of them
indexed in Latindex.*

At least one of the authors of  the accepted article must be registered in
JAIIO before the deadline for sending the camera-ready version. In
addition, authors are expected to attend the symposium on the date and time
indicated for presenting the accepted article. Please note that articles
whose author does not attend the presentation will be removed from the
proceedings. Eventually, authors can authorize a third-party as an
alternate presenter of the article

*Submission format:*

All contributions should be submitted in PDF format and should use the LNCS
paper size available in: http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.htm
<http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html>. Contributions should be
written in Spanish, Portuguese or English. They will be reviewed by an
international Program Committee with members coming from academia and
industry. The final program and proceedings will only include papers with
at least one author registered in the AUTHOR category of the conference
before the camera-ready submission deadline.

*Four *types of contributions are possible:

*Full papers *up to *14 pages**,* describing original work that has not
been previously published, accepted for publication nor is currently under
review. These papers will undergo a review process and those that are
accepted will be presented orally during the conference and published in
the JAIIO proceedings.

*Short papers* up to *4 pages*, describing ongoing research work. These
papers will undergo a review process and those that are accepted will be
presented orally during the conference and published in the JAIIO

*Communications.* Through this type of contribution, authors are expected
to inform the community about recent publications in high-impact journals
or international conferences. Contributions must be written in English and
should consist of the title, authors’ names, affiliations, abstract and the
name of the venue where the article has been published. The communication
must be *no longer than 1 page*. Accepted communications will be presented
orally during the conference but only the abstract will be published in the
JAIIO proceedings.

*Extended Abstract for Software Companies (Poster Track)*.  This type of
contribution provides an opportunity for professionals in the software
industry to present and discuss their latest developments, ideas, ongoing
research, experiences and challenges in AI. The submission must include an
extended abstract, with a maximum recommended length of *2 pages*,
including all texts, annexes and figures. The main evaluation criteria
include the relevance and quality of the proposed poster in terms of
originality, relevance, technical soundness and the quality of the
presentation. The goal of this common space is to encourage the exchange of
ideas and experiences among participants of  the symposium. The abstract is
included in the Proceedings of the JAIIO.

Guillermo Rodríguez (ISISTAN CONICET-UNICEN, Tandil, Argentina)

Carlos Catania (Ingeniería, UNCuyo, Mendoza, Argentina)
*Program Committee:*

        Silvana Aciar (Instituto de Informática, Universidad Nacional de
San Juan, Argentina)

        Enrique Marcelo Albornoz (sinc(i) UNL-CONICET, Argentina)

        Hector Allende-Cid (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso,
Chile )

        Miguel  Alonso (Universidade da Coruña, España)

        Laura Alonso Alemany (FaMAF - UNC, Argentina)

        Marcelo Armentano (ISISTAN-UNICEN, CONICET, Argentina)

        Juan Carlos Augusto (Middlesex University, Inglaterra)

        Ricardo Azambuja Silveira (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina,

        Ariel Baya (CIFASIS, Argentina)

        Ana Bazzan (UFRGS, Brasil )

        Luis Berdún (ISISTAN-UNICEN, CONICET, Argentina)

        Flávia Cristina Bernardini (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brasil)

        Blai Bonet (Universidad Simón Bolívar, Venezuela)

        Andreia Bonfante (Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso, Brasil)

        Facundo Bromberg (UTN-FRM, DHARMA, Argentina)

        Maximiliano Budán (ICIC CONICET-UNS, Argentina)

        María Laura Caliusco (CIDISI-UTN Santa Fé, Argentina)

        Ana Casali (CIFASIS and FCEIA-UNR, Argentina)

        Laura Cecchi (Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Argentina)

        Rocío Cecchini (ICIC CONICET-UNS, Argentina)

        Carlos Iván Chesñevar (ICIC CONICET-UNS, Argentina)

        Marcos Evandro Cintra (Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil)

        Andrea Cohen (ICIC CONICET-UNS, Argentina)

        Alejandro Corbellini (ISISTAN-UNICEN, CONICET, Argentina)

        Omar Cortes (IFMA, Brasi)

        Fernando Das Neves (Universidad Austral, Snoop Consulting,

        Cristhian Ariel Deagustini (ICIC CONICET-UNS, Argentina)

        Edgardo Ferretti (Universidad Nacional de San Luis, Argentina)

        Alejandro García (ICIC CONICET-UNS, Argentina)

        Miguel Garcia Torres   (Universidad Pablo de Olavide, España)

        Isabela Gasparini (Universidade Estadual de Santa Catarina, Brasil)

        Hector Geffner (ICREA & Universitat Pompeu Fabra, España)

        Matias Gerard (sinc(i) UNL-CONICET, Argentina)

        Daniela Godoy (ISISTAN-UNICEN, CONICET, Argentina)

        María Paula Gonzalez (ICIC CONICET-UNS, Argentina)

        Sebastián Gottifredi (ICIC CONICET-UNS, Argentina)

        Pablo Granitto (CIFASIS, CONICET, Argentina)

        Carlos Greg Diuk, (Facebook, Estados Unidos)

        Guillermo Grinblat (CIFASIS, CONICET, Argentina)

        María Gutiérrez (UTN, Facultad Regional Santa Fe, Argentina)

        Gabriela Henning (INTECT-UNL, Argentina)

        Wagner Igarashi (UNIOESTE, Brasil)

        Mónica Larese (CIFASIS, CONICET)

        Huei Lee (Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Paraná - Unioeste,

        Isaac Lera (UIB, España)

        Martín Marchetta (UNCUYO, Argentina)

        César Martinez (sinc(i) UNL-CONICET, UNER)

        Diego Humberto Milone (Universidad Nacional del Litoral - CONICET,

        Francisco Javier Montero (Universidad Complutense, España)

        Ariel Monteserin (ISISTAN-UNICEN, CONICET, Argentina)

        Juan Matías Novas (FaMAF - UNC, Argentina)

        José Eduardo Ochoa Luna (Universidad Católica San Pablo, Brasil)

        Ana Carolina Olivera (Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral,

        Leticia M. Peres (Federal University of Paraná,  Brasil)

        Sebastián Pérez (UTN-FRM, DHARMA, Argentina)

        Diego Pinto (Facultad Politécnica, Universidad Nacional de
Asunción, Paraguay)

        Ignacio Ponzoni (ICIC CONICET-UNS, Argentina)

        Mariano Rubiolo (sinc(i) UNL-CONICET, UTN-FRSF, Argentina)

        Silvia Schiaffino (ISISTAN-UNICEN, CONICET, Argentina)

        Gerardo Simari (ICIC CONICET-UNS, Argentina)

        Mauricio Solar (Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria)

        Guillermo Ricardo Simari (ICIC CONICET-UNS, Argentina)

        Axel Soto (University of Manchester, Inglaterra)

        Georgina Stegmayer (sinc(i) UNL-CONICET, UTN, Argentina)

        Gustavo Vazquez (Universidad Católica del Uruguay, Uruguay)

        Leandro Vignolo (sinc(i) UNL-CONICET, Argentina)

        Cynthia Villalba (Facultad Politécnica, Universidad Nacional de
Asunción, Paraguay)

        Eduardo Xamena (Facultad de Cs.Exactas, Universidad Nacional de
Salta, Argentina)

        Virginia Yannibeli (ISISTAN-UNICEN, CONICET, Argentina)

        Cecilia Zanni-Merk (INSA Rouen, Francia)

        Alejandro Zunino (ISISTAN-UNICEN, CONICET, Argentina)

*Contact information:*

For further information visit www.47jaiio.sadio.org.ar or send email to:

Dr. Guillermo H. Rodríguez
Investigador Adjunto de CONICET
ISISTAN Research Institute
Facultad de Ciencias Exactas
Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Pcia. de Buenos Aires
Campus Universitario - Paraje Arroyo Seco, (B7001BBO) Tandil
Buenos Aires - Argentina
Office phone: +54 (249) 4439682
E-MAIL: guillermo.rodrig...@isistan.unicen.edu.ar
WWW: http://www.isistan.unicen.edu.ar/?author=24
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