| Category: ||E-CFP |
| Subject: ||AIED 2005 |
| From: ||Antoinette Muntjewerff |
| Email: ||muntjewerff_(on)_lri.jur.uva.nl |
| Date received: ||11 Oct 2004 |
| Deadline: ||28 Jan 2005 |
| Start date: ||18 Jul 2005 |
** AIED 2005 ** AIED 2005 ** AIED 2005 ** AIED 2005 **
CALLS FOR PAPERS, POSTERS, PANELS, WORKSHOPS, AND TUTORIALS
12th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education,
Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Dates: 18-22 July, 2005
The 12th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in
Education is the latest in a longstanding series of biennial
international conferences highlighting top quality research in the
development of advanced educational applications. The conference
provides opportunities for the cross-fertilization of information and
ideas from researchers in the many fields that make up this
interdisciplinary research area.
Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of AIED, the theme of the 2005
conference will be: 'Supporting Learning through Intelligent and
Socially Informed Technology'.
THE TECHNICAL PROGRAM
The technical program focuses on research linking theory and technology
from artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and computer science
with theory and practice from education and social science. Areas of
interest include, but are not limited to:
- Socially informed designs
- Collaborative and group learning
- Learning systems platforms and architectures
- Modeling and representation
- Intelligent tutoring and scaffolding
- Interaction design and novel interfaces
- Special application fields
- Full papers (8 pages). All submissions should describe original and
unpublished work. A small number of 'survey papers' and 'theme papers'
will also be accepted.
- Young researcher's track (YRT) (6 pages). To nurture young
researchers, the YRT is for work-in-progress by graduate students and
other young researchers.
- Posters (3 pages). Authors are encouraged to submit reports on
work-in-progress to the poster sessions.
- Panels (2 pages). Panels will bring together 4 or 5 experts to discuss
a topical issue.
- Workshop proposals (4 pages). Proposals for workshops on 'hot' topics
- Interactive Events (4 pages). Provide a hands-on experience of
innovative instructional software or hardware.
- Tutorial proposals (3 pages). Proposals for tutorials on important
- January 28, 2005: Deadline for submission
- March 25, 2005: Authors and proposers notified
- April 29, 2005: Camera ready submissions due
- July 18-22, 2005: conference AIED 2005
General Conference Chair
Helen Pain, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Chee-Kit Looi, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Gord McCalla, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Bert Bredeweg, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Joost Breuker, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Young Researcher's Track Chair
Monique Grandbastien, Universite Henri Poincare, France
Jacqueline Bourdeau, Universite du Quebec, Canada
Peter Wiemer-Hastings, DePaul University, USA
Neil Heffernan, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
Joe Beck, Carnegie-Mellon University, USA
Interactive Events Chair
Lora Aroyo, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
Antoinette Muntjewerff, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
For recent and further information please visit the
AIED 2005 web-site: http://www.swi.psy.uva.nl/AIED2005/
(or email: AIED2005_(on)_swi.psy.uva.nl)