|August 28, 2011
||Conference Photos have been posted.
|June 18, 2011
||Useful Information for conference participants has been posted.
Consult this page for information on campus map, bus information, services, shops, and food choices.
|May 29, 2011
||The conference technical program has been posted. Visit the Program Overview and Program Details pages for more information.
|April 23, 2011
||The abstracts for the Autonomous Vehicles Workshop talks have been posted.
|March 17, 2011
||Per the request of several authors, we are pleased to
inform you that we are extending the camera-ready submissions deadline to
March 25. This is a strict deadline. The authors may wish also to register
as the registration link is now open for authors and attendees.
|March 15, 2011
||Registration is now open.
|March 10, 2011
||Registration fees have been posted.
|March 5, 2011
- Decisions have been sent to authors.
- Camera-ready instructions have been posted.
- Registration fees and instructions will be posted soon.
|March 1, 2011
||Author notification is delayed until March 6.
|February 22, 2011
||Invited Talks have been posted.
|January 27, 2011
||Workshop announced: Autonomous Vehicles.
|January 14, 2011
||Paper submission deadline has been extended to January 24, 2011.
|January 14, 2011
||Student Travel Grants announced.
|December 12, 2010
||Paper Submission page is now open.
|Octoboer 31, 2010
||Important Dates have been posted.
Paper submission deadline is January 17, 2011.
|Octoboer 5, 2010
||AIS 2011 web site launched.
The 2nd International Conference on Autonomous and Intelligent
Systems (AIS 2011) is held in conjunction with the 8th International
Conference on Image Analysis and Recognition in the beautiful city
of Burnaby on the outskirt of Vancouver, Canada. It aims at providing
a platform for researchers, engineers, academics and industrial
professionals to present their recent research work and to explore
future trends in various areas of autonomous and intelligent systems.
The conference will address recent advances in theory, methodologies
and applications in the field.
The scientific program will include keynote and invited speakers and
fully refereed contributions that will be published as a special volume
in Springer Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence Series. It will be also indexed in
major indexing sites. As with the first edition of AIS, selected
articles will be published in the International Journal of Robotics and
Automation and The International Journal on Control and Intelligent
Systems, among other journals. AIS 2011 is technically co-sponsored
by the IEEE.
Download the AIS 2011 Call For Papers
flyer in PDF format.
Topics and Tracks
AIS 2011 will be organized into four tracks, with the list of technical
areas in each track given below. Authors shall choose a primary and an
alternative area when submitting their papers. Other research areas that fall
within the four tracks are also welcome.
Track 1: Autonomous and Intelligent Systems
- Autonomous and intelligent robotics
- Computational intelligence
- Cooperative intelligent systems
- Distributed artificial intelligence
- Intelligent control and fuzzy systems
- Multi-agent systems
- Smart sensing and perception
- Swarm intelligence and evolutionary computation
- Applications: Intelligent transportation systems, assistive technologies, smart environments, embedded systems, rescue, surveillance and reconnaissance, robotics, industrial automation.
Track 2: Signals and Intelligent Communication Systems
- Intelligent radio systems for wireless and satellite communications
- Cognitive networks
- Wireless sensor networks
- RF tracking and positioning
- RFID and ISM band systems
- Image/video processing and coding
- Speech processing and coding
- Nonlinear circuits and systems
- Wavelets and multi-rate signal processing
- Applications: Navigations systems, natural speech recognition, wireless sensor networks, security and surveillance systems, fraud detection and prediction, intelligent satellite systems.
Track 3: Haptics and Human Machine Interaction
- Biomechatronics and biomedical robotics
- Hapto-surgical/medical systems
- Haptic sensors and renderers
- Hapto-audio-visual systems
- Human-computer interaction
- Human factors and ergonomics in human-machine interactions
- Interaction and collaboration between robots, humans and environments
- Tele-haptics and tele-operations
- Applications: e-health applications, rehabilitation, haptic gaming, entertainment, social robotics, e-learning.
Track 4: Intelligent Data Analysis
- Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
- Data and Decision Fusion
- Data visualization
- Data Analysis
- Intelligent Knowledge Management
- Machine Learning
- Natural Language Understanding
- Applications: e-Learning, customer profiling, collected-marketing, health, database mining, communications, homeland security, surveillance, fraud detection and prediction, search engines, web services, user modeling.
Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence Lab
University of Waterloo
Faculty of Engineering
University of Porto
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo, Canada
Association for Image and Machine Intelligence
Simon Fraser University, Canada
Computational Intelligence Society Chapter, IEEE Kitchener Waterloo Section
Systems, Man, & Cybernetics (SMC) Chapter, IEEE Kitchener Waterloo Section
Control Systems Chapter, IEEE Kitchener Waterloo Section
Signal Processing Chapter, IEEE Kitchener Waterloo Section
The AIS 2011
proceedings will be published as
a volume in the Springer
Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence