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6492CFP: AIIDE-14 Doctoral Consortium DEADLINE EXTENDED

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  • Noor Shaker
    Jul 17 12:41 AM
      CALL FOR PAPERS: AIIDE-14 Doctoral Consortium

      Held in conjunction with the Tenth AAAI Conference
         On Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment

      October 3-7, 2014
      North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA


      SUBMISSION DEADLINES: July 14, 2014, Extended to 27 July 2014

      AIIDE-14

      The Tenth Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Interactive
      Digital Entertainment is intended to be the definitive point of
      interaction between entertainment software developers interested in AI
      and academic AI researchers. AIIDE-14 will include invited speakers,
      research and practitioner presentations, playable experiences, project
      demonstrations, interactive poster sessions, product exhibits, and a
      doctoral consortium. While traditionally emphasizing commercial
      computer and video games, we invite researchers and developers to
      share their insights and cutting-edge results on topics at the
      intersection of all forms of entertainment and artificial
      intelligence, including games for impact, entertainment robotics, art,
      and beyond. AIIDE-14 is sponsored by the Association for the
      Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI).  Papers Because
      AIIDE-14 crosses disciplinary boundaries, submissions will be
      evaluated based on their accessibility to both commercial game
      developers and researchers in addition to their technical merit.

      DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM

      AIIDE-14 will feature a Doctoral Consortium in which Ph.D. students
      will be invited to discuss and explore their research interests and
      career objectives with a panel of established researchers in AIIDE
      related fields. The consortium is intended primarily for early-stage
      Ph.D. students who have either not yet proposed their thesis topic or
      have recently done so. Ph.D. students selected for the Doctoral
      Consortium will have the opportunity to present their research
      proposals at the DC session and/or at the poster
      session. Additionally, each student will be paired with a mentor, a
      senior member of the AIIDE community. Applications to attend the
      Doctoral Consortium will include a 4-page research summary, curriculum
      vita, a 1-page document stating what they hope to gain from attending
      the Doctoral Consortium, and a letter of recommendation from the
      dissertation advisor.

      We are happy to announce that we received funding to partially support accepted applicants. This includes covering full conference registration and partial subsidizing for travel and accommodation. 

      Application packages are due on July 27, 2014; see
      http://www.aiide.org/doctoral for further details.

      For more information please contact Noor Shaker (IT University of Copenhagen, nosh@...)

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      Noor Shaker
      Postdoctoral Researcher IT University of CopenhagenMobile: +45 2881 9858
      phone: +45 7218 5106 Email: nosh@... Web: http://noorshaker.com/Addr. Room 5D04, Rued Langgaards Vej 7, DK-2300 Copenhagen S