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Extended Paper Deadline, "Teaching AI in Computing and Information Technology"

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2009-03-25
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AI-CIT'09 -- May 24, 2009, Kelowna, Canada.

International Symposium on Teaching AI in Computing and Information Technology (AI-CIT'09),
in conjunction with the Twenty-second Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI'09)
http://cs.acadiau.ca/~shussain/ai-cit-09/

Call for papers: TXT or PDF.

The Symposium provides 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 topics include (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.

Submission Date: March 20, 2009 (extended to March 25, 2009)
Notification Date: March 27, 2009 (extended to April 1, 2009)
Final manuscript: April 08, 2009
Symposium: May 24, 2009

- Teaching AI techniques for agent-based architectures.
- Teaching and using AI-related technical standards
- Teaching AI-related software tools for computing and IT projects.