Doctoral Consortium
July 18, 2011
 
Are you a graduate student?
Have you made some progress on your research?
Are you ready to publish an extended abstract on your research?
Would you like to attend IJCAI?
Would you like to be considered for a scholarship?
If you answered yes to those questions, then the IJCAI Doctoral consortium is for you!
 
Goals
Participation in the doctoral consortium at IJCAI will allow students to discuss their research with senior members of the community, network with students from around the world, and discuss issues related to ethics in computing research.The goals of the project are to give students a clearer idea of what ethical dilemmas they may encounter as computer scientists, meet other students and professionals, have the opportunity to present their work to others in related research subfields, and receive feedback from a senior member of their research community.
Full day
 
Deadline for applications (1 day extension): Due to numerous requests the deadline is extended to February 9 (11:59PM, UTC-12).
Notification of acceptance: mid March 2011
 
What you need to do:
2. US applicants who wish to receive NSF funding, please visit http://ijcai-11.iiia.csic.es/calls/us_applications
3. All applicants who wish to apply for travel grants, please visit http://ijcai-11.iiia.csic.es/travel_grants
 
Registration Fees:
Early: 85 euros
Doctoral Consortium only: 160 euros
 
 
For additional information and questions contact:

Maria Gini
Professor
Department of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Minnesota
email: gini@cs.umn.edu
or
Judy Goldsmith
Professor
Department of Computer Science, University of Kentucky
email: goldsmit@cs.uky.edu