From 1-3 June, the University of Seville will host the XIV edition of the international PAAMS conference focused on Artificial Intelligence, as well as the following associated events:
- 13th International Conference on Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence (DCAI'16). This forum is for the exchange of ideas and projects related to distributed computing and artificial intelligence.
- 7th International Conference on Ambient Intelligence (ISAmI'16). This event will focus on Ambient Intelligence, a recent paradigm that evolved from Artificial Intelligence and assigns computers a new proactive role in helping people with their daily lives.
- 10th International Conference on Practical Applications of Computational Biology & Bioinformatics (PACBB'16). Proposes the exploration of interactions among the sub-areas of Artificial Intelligence, Biocomputing, Chemical Computing and System Biology.
- 6th International Conference in Methodologies and intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning (MIS4TEL'16). An open forum to discuss Technologies in Education.
The period of submission will be open until 25 January (18 January for PAAMS). Candidates may also participate in the event organized by IBM in which they can demonstrate practical applications for multiagent systems. The best demonstration presented in the PAAMS 2016 conference will be awarded €2,000, a diploma and the possibility to extend their work in ADCAIJ (Advances in Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence Journal).
The authors of the best submissions, upon expansion and revision of their research, will be invited to publish their work in the following prestigious journals:
- Neurocomputing (JCR Impact Factor 2.005).
- Knowledge and Information Systems An International Journal (JCR Impact factor: 1.782).
- Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering (JCR Impact factor: 0.415).
- Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance and Management.
Plenary sessions will be under the direction of Witold Pedrycz from the University of Alberta (Canada), Paul Scerri from Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, USA) and Omer Rana from the University of Cardiff (Wales, UK).
We are pleased to announce that some of our own members of the BISITE research group will be part of these scientific events, which will be held in Seville during the first few days of June.
For more information about the conference, visit: http://www.paams.net/
About BISITE: http://bisite.usal.es/