The fourth annual North-Eastern Student Colloquium on Artificial Intelligence (NESCAI) will be hosted at University of Massachusetts Amherst (Amherst, MA) on April 16-18. Students are encouraged to submit papers describing new or previously submitted research and ideas in all areas of AI (see partial list below). The primary author on each submitted paper must be a student attending a school in the northeastern United States or eastern Canada. Due to generous sponsorship, a small $50 registration fee covers conference costs and two nights of accommodation. The conference website can be found at http://nescai.cs.umass.edu.
NESCAI is the premier student colloquium on AI, bringing together students from all areas of Artificial Intelligence research. The colloquium hosts students from the Northeastern U.S. and Eastern Canada and aims to foster an exchange of ideas, discussions and networking. NESCAI is sponsored by the Department of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Yahoo Inc., Facebook, and the National Science Foundation.
Submission Details: We welcome both full and short papers. All accepted papers will be presented at a poster session and selected full papers will be accepted for talks.
All submissions will be peer-reviewed using a double-blind system by at least two graduate students in the respective areas. We encourage the resubmission of both previously and currently submitted papers, as long as this is indicated by the author. We will work with authors to ensure that copyrights held by other conferences will not be violated but we do not anticipate any problems, as there will be no formal publication of NESCAI proceedings.
Formatting instructions: Author Guidelines (http://nescai.cs.umass.edu/guidelines.php)
Please contact the program committee: