[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 

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 
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 
Department of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Minnesota
email: gini at cs.umn.edu
Judy Goldsmith
Department of Computer Science, University of Kentucky
email: goldsmit at cs.uky.edu

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