IJCAI 2013 Doctoral Consortium

==applications due February 18, 2013==

Students are invited to apply for admission to the doctoral consortium to be held at the IJCAI conference, Bejing, China, August 3-9, 2013.

The doctoral consortium provides an opportunity for Ph.D. students to discuss their research interests and career objectives with established researchers in AI.

  • Deadline for applications: February 18, 2013
  • Notification of acceptance: March 28, 2013

Perspective applicants should submit:

  1. a two-page extended abstract on their thesis, formatted following the IJCAI requirements. Accepted abstracts will be included in the IJCAI Proceedings and be presented briefly at the doctoral consortium. Acceptance for publication is not a requirement for admission to the doctoral consortium, but submission is required to apply to the doctoral consortium.
  2. a curriculum vitae (2 pages) with background (name, university), education (degree sought, year/status in degree, previous degrees), employment, and relevant experience in research (publications, presentations, conferences attended, etc).
  3. a personal statement (1-2 pages max) with answers to the following questions:
    • a. previous attendance to doctoral consortium (which one? when? was it useful? what was most useful?)
    • b. submission to IJCAI and/or IJCAI workshops
    • c. expected graduation
    • d. type of job desired (research, teaching, development, etc)
  4. a letter of support from the advisor

For details visit https://ijcai13.org/. Submissions to https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ijcai2013dc

Some funding will be available to cover in part travel costs. IJCAI will offer additional travel grants to student authors of accepted papers. Details will be available later.

For students who are interested in combining their travel to IJCAI with a longer research visit we have secured spaces from hosts in various research labs in Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Australian NICTA labs. We have also secured some spaces for students from Asia who want to do a research visit in Switzerland and in Ireland. Please contact us if interested for details. Note that there is no funding for these visits.

For additional information and questions contact:

Maria Gini (Univ. of Minnesota, USA)
Jimmy Lee (Chinese University of Hong Kong, China)
Michela Milano (Univ. of Bologna, Italy)
Co-chairs, Doctoral Consortium, IJCAI 2013

email: ijcai2013dc@easychair.org