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Bulletin #5, October 2004

News from the ECCAI board :

Congratulations to the twelve new ECCAI Fellows 2004 :

Giovanni Adorni, University of Genoa, Italy
Franz Baader, Technical University Dresden, Germany
Susanne Biundo, University of Ulm, Germany
Maurice Bruynooghe, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Pádraig Cunningham, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Mark Keane, University College Dublin, Ireland
Enric Plaza, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC), Spain
Gérard Sabah, LIMSI-CNRS, France
Nigel Shadbolt, University of Southampton, UK
Derek Sleeman, University of Aberdeen, UK
Peter Struss, Technische Universität München, Germany
Tibor Vámos, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary 

The ECCAI Fellows Program honors only a very small percentage of the total membership of all ECCAI member societies (up to a maximum of 3%). More information can be found in the Fellows Program.

Call for the 2004 ECCAI ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE DISSERTATION AWARD 

see http://www.eccai.org/diss-award/current.shtml

Nominations are invited for the 2004 Artificial Intelligence Dissertation Award sponsored by ECCAI, the European Coordinating Committee for Artificial Intelligence.

This Award includes a certificate signed by the ECCAI Chair and 1.500 Euros (which includes the travel grant for the Award ceremony).

Eligible doctoral dissertations are those defended after December 1, 2003 in the general area of Artificial Intelligence. The dissertation must have been defended at an European university and the author must be a personal member of an ECCAI member society.  Multiple submissions of the same doctoral dissertation to other dissertation award activities of other societies are excluded.

To be considered, a dissertation must be nominated by the thesis supervisor, who must submit the following items:

  • three copies of the dissertation or a link to a WWW version of the thesis,
  • five copies of an extended abstract (3 to 5 pages) in English,
  • if the thesis was not written in English the nomination must include an English paper describing the core ideas of the thesis that has been submitted for publication in an international journal or a prestigious conference. The nominee must be the first author of this paper.
  • nomination letters from two referees selected by the dissertation supervisor, supporting the submission and stating their assessment of why the thesis should win the award.
 
Submissions and Requests 
should be sent to:
Ulises Cortés
LSI - Departament de Llenguatges i Sistemes Informàtics
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya UPC
c/Jordi Girona, 1 & 3, 216
Mòdul C5
08034 BCN, Catalonia, Spain
phone: +34-934017016
fax: +34-934017014
email: ia@lsi.upc.es
URL: http://www.lsi.upc.es/~ia/

The deadline for receipt of submissions is January 31, 2005.
The Award will be presented during IJCAI 2005 in Edinburgh, Scotland (30 July - 30 August 2005).

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