Tenth Annual AAAI/SIGART Doctoral Consortium
July 9-10, 2005
Pittsburgh, PA (co-located with
Chair: Kiri Wagstaff,
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Co-chair: Rob St. Amant,
North Carolina State University
|February 4, 2005
||Application Package submission deadline
|March 18, 2005
||July 9-10, 2005
The AAAI/SIGART Doctoral Consortium (DC) provides an opportunity for a
group of Ph.D. students to present their research and explore their
career objectives with a panel of established researchers in
The consortium has the following objectives:
The DC is designed primarily for students who are at or near the point
of submitting their dissertation proposals, with one or two years
remaining before completion of the Ph.D. You may refer to the Call
- To provide a setting for mutual feedback on participants'
current research and guidance on future research directions.
- To develop a supportive community of scholars and a spirit of
- To support a new generation of researchers with information
and advice on academic, research, industrial, and nontraditional
- To contribute to the conference goals through interaction with
other researchers and participation in conference events.
All registered AAAI-05 attendees are welcome to attend the Doctoral Consortium (students are particularly encouraged to do so).
Update (6/21/05): The Consortium schedule is now available.
Update (3/18/05): We have selected sixteen of the 42 applicants as
presenters for this year's Doctoral Consortium.
Support for the 2005 Doctoral Consortium is provided by
ACM's SIGART and
AAAI. Additional funding
is provided by the NSF and by Microsoft, Inc.
Kiri Wagstaff < Email : email@example.com >
Last modified: Sun Nov 6 14:54:53 2005