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International Symposium on Teaching AI in Computing and Information Technology (AI-CIT'10) Paper Deadline

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2010-03-30
America/Montreal

Call for Papers

International Symposium on
Teaching AI in Computing and Information Technology (AI-CIT'10)
May 30^th 2010, Ottawa, Canada
in conjunction with Canadian AI 2010
**

*Web Site: *http://sites.google.com/site/aicit2010workshop/home

The International Symposium on Teaching AI in Computing and Information
Technology (AI-CIT'10) is organized in conjunction with the 23^rd
Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI-2010), which will be
held in Ottawa, Ontario (May 31-June 2, 2010).

The Symposium will provide an opportunity for faculty members, students,
and practitioners to submit four-page (maximum) extended abstracts of
their experience in teaching, learning, and using AI techniques in
courses and projects relating to computing, software engineering, and
information technology. In these days, AI techniques are applied in
various emerging applications using pervasive, ubiquitous, and mobile
computing such as smart homes, intelligent environments, telehealth,
surveillance, security and industry automation.

The symposium will be a pre-conference event, where the authors of
accepted abstracts will be invited to give presentations before a group
of peers. Further, the symposium will also include "_Panel Discussion_:
/Teaching, learning, and using AI techniques in courses and projects
relating to computing, software engineering, and information
technology/," where leading researchers in AI will share their experience.

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Using AI techniques in teaching computing, software engineering,
and IT courses.
* What are the "Guidelines & Precautions" in teaching AI techniques
for computing courses?
* How AI techniques can be useful in projects relating to emerging
applications?
* How to teach AI techniques that are scalable and realistic in
current networking environment?
* Experience in simulating AI techniques for networking projects.
* Experience in teaching AI techniques and stimulate student interest.
* Teaching AI techniques for agent-based architectures.
* Teaching and using AI-related technical standards.
* Teaching AI-related software tools for computing and IT projects.

*Submission *

Authors are invited to submit an extended abstract in PDF format. All
papers must be written in English. Abstracts may be *up to 4 pages* in
length and must be formatted according to Springer's LNCS style. Please
follow the instructions for authors at Springer's site for authors
. The use
of the LaTeX2e style file available at the web site is strongly
encouraged. To submit papers, please go to AI'10 Submission Server at
EasyChair and follow the instructions.

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*Important Dates*

Submission Date: March 30, 2010

Notification of acceptance: April 15, 2010

Camera-ready submission: May 1, 2010

Workshop: May 30, 2010

*Workshop Co-Chairs***

- Daniel Silver, Acadia University, danny.silver@acadiau.ca

- Leila Kosseim, Concordia University, kosseim@cse.concordia.ca

- Sajid Hussain, Acadia University, dr.sajid.hussain@gmail.com

*Program Committee** ***

- André Trudel, Acadia University
- Bernard Lefebvre, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
- Carson Leung, University of Manitoba
- Dan Wu, University of Windsor
- Diana Inkpen, University of Ottawa
- Eric Neufeld, University of Saskatchewan
- Gord McCalla, University of Saskatchewan
- Jia-Huai You, University of Alberta
- Christel Kemke, University of Manitoba
- Philippe Langlais University of Montreal
- René Witte, Concordia University
- Scott Buffett, NRC