Deep Understanding and Reasoning: A challenge for Next-generation Intelligent Agents

Genova -- November, 28th, 2016
Held in the context of the AI*IA 2016 conference.


Submissions will be managed electronically via EasyChair: Contributions should be prepared in the LNCS style. A mixture of papers are sought including:

  • Full research papers of up to 12 pages
  • Work in progress papers of up to 6 pages
  • Position papers of up to 6 pages
  • Challenge problem papers of up to 6 pages


Submissions will undergo a peer review process, held by the Program Committee on the basis of technical quality, relevance to the workshop topics, originality, significance, and clarity.
At least one author of each accepted paper will be required to register to the conference/workshop and to attend the workshop to present the contribution.

Publication of Accepted Papers

Proceedings will be made available electronically to attendees. They will also be stored permanently in the form of CEUR Workshop Proceedings , in the AI*IA subseries. To this end:

  • All the authors will be required to clearly state if their contribution has been already published, and
  • In order to include the contribution in the CEUR Proceedings, authors will be required to sign a copyright form.
Originality of the contributions

Contributions that have been already published or presented in other locations are welcomed, as well as original works. Depending if the authors transferred the right of publishing t heir work exclusively to a specific editor (e.g. IEEE/ACM conferences and journals), we might not be able to include the submission into the CEUR proceedings. In such a case, the work will be only mentioned in the proceedings.