[robotics-worldwide] doctoral consortium and scholarships for IJCAI 2011

Maria Gini gini at cs.umn.edu
Sat Dec 18 10:42:47 PST 2010


Graduate students are invited to apply for admission to the doctoral
consortium to be held at the IJCAI conference, July 16-22, 2011, Barcelona.  
IJCAI covers a broad spectrum of AI topics including robotics and vision.

== Deadline for applications: February 8, 2011 
== Notification of acceptance: mid March 2011 

Requirements:
1. a two-page extended abstract on thesis research, formatted following 
   the IJCAI requirements.  Accepted abstracts will be included in the 
   IJCAI Proceedings and be presented briefly at the doctoral consortium 
   in a small group. Acceptance for publication is not a requirement for 
   admission to the doctoral consortium
2. a curriculum vitae (max 2 pages) 
3. a personal statement (1-2 pages max) with answers to a few questions.
   Full details at http://ijcai-11.iiia.csic.es/calls/application
  
Students from the US are invited to apply for a NSF scholarship and for
an extended (6-8 weeks) paid research visit to a European research group.
Many of the research groups are in the European program on Cognitive 
Systems, Interaction, Robotics.  Details and additional requirements at 
http://ijcai-11.iiia.csic.es/calls/us_applications
 
Students can also submit papers to IJCAI (deadline January 19 -- see 
http://ijcai-11.iiia.csic.es/calls/call_for_papers) and apply for IJCAI 
travel grants -- see http://ijcai-11.iiia.csic.es/travel_grants
 
For additional information and questions contact:
 
Maria Gini 
Professor
Department of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Minnesota
email: gini at cs.umn.edu
or 
Judy Goldsmith
Professor
Department of Computer Science, University of Kentucky
email: goldsmit at cs.uky.edu


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