[robotics-worldwide] Call for Workshop/Tutorial/GI Group meeting Proposals KI 2006 (29th Annual German Conference on Artificial Intelligence)

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KI 2006
29th Annual German Conference on 
Artificial Intelligence
14 - 19 June 2006, Bremen, Germany
www.ai-conference.de/ki06/


Call for Workshop Proposals


With this call, we are inviting proposals for workshops to be held
during the conference week of the KI06. A first group of workshops
will be held on June 14 (before the main KI06 programme), the second
group of workshops will be held on June 19 (after the main KI06
programme).


Workshop Participation and Publication

All workshop participants are required to register for the main
conference, and must specify which workshop they are going to attend.
Workshop proceedings have to be prepared by the workshop organizers in
camera-ready format. They will be printed by the KI06 - organizers and
distributed among registered participants of the workshop.

In addition, there will be a joint CD and Web-publication of all the
workshop proceedings. Hence, electronic submissions to the workshops
are strongly encouraged, and the workshop organizers are expected to
provide an online version of their proceedings (a table of contents
with pointers to postscript versions of the papers is sufficient).

How to Propose a Workshop

Workshop proposals should contain the necessary information (2 to 4
pages) for the workshop chairs and reviewers to judge the importance,
quality and community interest in the proposed topic. Each workshop
should have one or more designated organizers and workshop programme
or organizing committee. When proposing a workshop, please provide the
following information:

- Description of the workshop topic and goals.
- Why do you believe this is an interesting and significant topic, 
  and why do you believe the workshop is best held at KI06?
- What are the main goals of the workshop, and how would participants benefit from it?
- From which areas do you expect potential participants to come?
- Preferred date and workshop duration. How many Slots of 1h 45min. do you need?
- How many participants do you expect?
- In which language will the workshop be held (german or english)? 
- How are you going to publicize your workshop? 

Please submit all information electronically.

Organization of the workshop.

Please describe the intended format of the workshop.  Are you going to
schedule invited talks, presentations, panel discussions, other
methods for ensuring and interactive atmosphere?  Are there any plans
to document the workshop results (beyond KI06-web publication)?

Organizers' details.

Please provide complete addresses including Web pages of all
organizers and committee members.  For the main organizers, please
indicate which background they have in the proposed topic.  Please
submit your workshop proposals by E-Mail to the workshop chair Bernd
Krieg-Brueckner via ki06-workshops at informatik.uni-bremen.de

Timetable

Workshop proposals will be due on 10 March 2006. All workshops will
have the same submssion deadlines, which are given below. In order to
guarantee a timely production of the proceedings, both the
camera-ready copy and a Web-version of the proceedings must be ready
by 30 May 2006.

Important Dates
Workshop proposal deadline: 10 March 2006 
Workshop acceptance: 24 March 2006 
Workshop paper camera-ready deadline: 30 May 2006 


KI06 - Workshop Chair
Prof. Dr. Bernd Krieg - Brueckner
Universitaet Bremen
FB03 Mathematics and Informatics
Postfach 330 440
283334 Bremen
Phone Office: (+49) 421 - 218-3660 
Fax: (+49) 421 - 218-3054 
ki06-workshops at informatik.uni-bremen.de
http://www.ai-conference.de/ki06/

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KI 2006
29th Annual German Conference on 
Artificial Intelligence
14 - 19 June 2006, Bremen, Germany
www.ai-conference.de/ki06/


Call for Tutorials Proposals

With this call, we are inviting proposals for tutorials to be held
during the conference week of the KI06. A first group of tutorials
will be held on June 14(before the main KI06 programme), the second
group of tutorials will be held on June 19 (after the main KI06
programme).


Tutorial Participation and Publication

All tutorial participants are required to register for the main
conference, and must specify which tutorials they are going to
attend. Tutorial proceedings have to be prepared by the tutorial
organizers in camera-ready format. They will be printed by the KI06 -
organizers and distributed among registered participants of the
tutorial. In addition, there will be a joint CD and Web-publication of
all the tutorial proceedings. Hence, electronic submissions to the
tutorials are strongly encouraged, and the tutorial organizers are
expected to provide an online version of their proceedings (a table of
contents with pointers to postscript versions of the papers is
sufficient).

How to Propose a Tutorial

Tutorial proposals should contain the necessary information (2 to 4
pages) for the tutorial chair and reviewers to judge the importance,
quality and community interest in the proposed topic. Each tutorial
should have one or more designated organizers and tutorial
programme. When proposing a tutorial, please provide the following
information: - Description of the tutorial topic and goals.  - Why do
you believe this is an interesting and significant topic, and why do
you believe the tutorial is best held at KI06?  - What are the main
goals of the tutorial, and how would participants benefit from it?  -
>From which areas do you expect potential participants to come?  -
Preferred date and tutorial duration.  - How many Slots of 1h
45min. do you need?  - How many participants do you expect?  - In
which language will the tutorial be held (German or English)?  - How
are you going to publicize your tutorial?  - Would you like the
tutorial material to be published on the conference CD?  Please submit
all information electronically.

Organization of the Tutorial

Please describe the intended format of the tutorial. Are you going to
schedule invited talks, presentations, panel discussions, other
methods for ensuring and interactive atmosphere? Are there any plans
to document the tutorial results (beyond KI06-web publication)?

Organizers' details

Please provide complete addresses including Web pages of all
organizers and committee members. For the main organizers, please
indicate which background they have in the proposed topic. Please
submit your tutorial proposals by E-Mail to the tutorial chair John
Bateman: bateman at uni-bremen.de.

Timetable

Tutorial proposals will be due on 10 March 2006. All tutorials will
have the same submission deadlines, which are given below. In order to
guarantee a timely production of the proceedings, both the
camera-ready copy and a Web-version of the proceedings must be ready
by 30 May 2006.

Important Dates
Tutorial proposal deadline: 10 March 2006

Tutorial acceptance: 24 March 2006

Tutorial paper camera-ready deadline: 30 May 2006 

KI06 - Tutorial Chair
Prof. Dr. phil. John A. Bateman
Universitaet Bremen
FB10 - Faculty of Linguistics and Literary Sciences
Building GW2
Postfach  330 440
28334 Bremen
Tel: +49 421 218 9483
Fax: +49 421 218 4283
bateman at uni-bremen.de
http://www.ai-conference.de/ki06/

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KI 2006
29th Annual German Conference on 
Artificial Intelligence
14 - 19 June 2006, Bremen, Germany
www.ai-conference.de/ki06/


Call for GI-Groupmeetings


GI-Groups may apply for support to organize a groupmeeting. With this
call, we are inviting proposals for GI-Groupmeetings to be held during
the conference week of the KI06. A first group of GI-Groupmeetings
will be held on June 14 (before the main KI06 programme), the second
group of GI-Groupmeetings will be held on June 19 (after the main KI06
programme).


GI-Groupmeeting Participation

All GI-Groupmeeting participants are required to register for the main
conference, and must specify which GI-Groupmeeting they are going to
attend.

How to Propose a GI-Groupmeeting

Preferred date and workshop duration. How many Slots of 1h 45min. do
you need?  How many participants do you expect?  Please submit all
information electronically.


Organizers' details.

Please provide complete addresses including Web pages of all
organizers and committee members.  Please submit your GI-Groupmeeting
proposals by E-Mail to the workshop chair Bernd Krieg-Brueckner
ki06-workshops at informatik.uni-bremen.de


Important Dates
Workshop proposal deadline: 10 March 2006 
Workshop acceptance: 24 March 2006 



KI06 - Workshop Chair
Prof. Dr. Bernd Krieg - Brueckner
Universitaet Bremen
FB03 Mathematics and Informatics
Postfach 330 440
283334 Bremen
Phone Office: (+49) 421 - 218-3660 
Fax: (+49) 421 - 218-3054 
ki06-workshops at informatik.uni-bremen.de
http://www.ai-conference.de/ki06/


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