ON THE FOUNDATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
THEME: BRIDGING THEORY AND PRACTICE
is pleased to announce its sixth biennial Symposium on the Foundations
of Artificial Intelligence, to be held on June 23-25, 1999
in Ramat Gan, Israel.
This year's theme is
BRIDGING THEORY AND PRACTICE:
THEORY-BASED PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATIONS AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS
In keeping with this theme, part of the symposium will focus on
demonstrations of unique and innovative
artificial intelligence applications.
BISFAI solicits substantial research papers in all areas of artificial
and proposals for demonstrations of innnovative applications of
artificial intelligence. The detailed calls can be found below.
Program and Schedule
BISFAI will be held from Wednesday June 23 through Friday June 25
in the Beck Auditorium at Bar-Ilan University.
Lunches will be held on Wednesday and Thursday; the
Festive Dinner will take place on Thursday evening in Old Jaffa.
program and schedule are now available online.
For the ASCII version, click
Abstracts of presented papers are available in the
abstracts page (at the Bar-Ilan site) , with pointers to the postscript
version of the paper, when available. (Note: the connection to the
Bar-Ilan page may be slow.)
For information on hotel reservations and local arrangements, click
Registration is open to all scientists, researchers and students.
Please register in advance, although registration on site is also possible.
Full registration (400NIS) includes all events,
lunches and the Festive Dinner.
A one day registration (100NIS) is also available, and there is a highly
subsidized student registration . Registration is by email or FAX;
fees can be paid at the door.
For further questions, email: email@example.com .
Other BISFAI links
Martin Charles Golumbic,
Bar-Ilan University, Symposium Chair
Leora Morgenstern, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Program Co-chair
Solomon Eyal Shimony, Ben-Gurion University, Program Co-Chair
Luigia Carlucci Aiello (U. Rome-"La Sapienza", Italy)
Rachel Ben-Eliyahu (Ben-Gurion University, Israel)
Yaacov Choueka (Bar-Ilan University, Israel)
Ernest Davis (New York University, USA)
Rina Dechter (UC Irvine, USA)
Ronen Feldman (Bar-Ilan University, Israel)
Nir Friedman (Hebrew University, Israel)
Hector Geffner (Simon Bolivar University, Venezuela)
Dan Geiger (Technion, Israel)
Sarit Kraus (Bar-Ilan University, Israel)
Daniel Lehmann (Hebrew University, Israel)
Shaul Markovitch (Technion, Israel)
John McCarthy (Stanford University, USA)
Jack Minker (U. Maryland at College Park, USA)
Jeff Rosenschein (Hebrew University, Israel)
Erik Sandewall (Linkoping University, Sweden)
Eugene Santos (University of Connecticut, USA)
Uri Schild (Bar-Ilan University, Israel)
Moshe Tennenholtz (Technion, Israel)
Bonnie Webber (University of Edinburgh, Great Britain)
Major Corporate Sponsor
Major Academic, Organizational and Governmental Sponsors
- The Gelbert Institute for Mathematical Sciences
- Bar-Ilan University
- Ben-Gurion University
- AAAI: Student subsidies
- Israeli Ministry of Science