We are looking forward to receiving your submissions to RP2024!
The Proceedings of this conference will appear in the series Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence and Applications with IOS Press, Amsterdam. The Proceedings will be prepared before the conference and finalized shortly after. The deadline for submissions to the Proceedings is October 1, 2022. In order to be able to submit to the Proceedings authors need to be (i) registered at the conference and (ii) have given an oral presentation of the paper at the conference (exemptions from (ii) due to illness or other impeding circumstances are possible).
Submission link: (will open November 1, 2023)
We invite short research papers (min 2500 words, excluding references, maximum 5000 words) for session talks. The initial versions of the paper submitted for review may be short--more along the lines of an extended abstract--and they may be submitted without using the publisher's template. If the paper is accepted, authors need to submit a longer, final version of the paper, prepared with the publisher's template, which is between 4000 and 5000 words long ( excluding references), but does not exceed 10 pages.
Please consult the 'CFP: Conference Topics' to decide which topic(s) is/are primarily addressed in your contribution, mark these at the top of your submission, and prepare your paper for anonymous review. In order to be accepted for presentation, contributions must report empirical research or be informed by it; in selected cases purely conceptual research may be presented as well.
Deadline: February 15, 2024. We recommend (but at this stage do not require) using the formatting template of the IOS Proceedings (for down load here). See here for additional examples on formatting references.
We invite proposals for workshops and panels (1000-3000 words), with three sections that describe:
Workshops and panels can be scheduled for 90-180 minute slots, depending on the proposal and on availability of slots in the final program. Panels should preferably take only 90 minute slots. Workshops and panels should address conference topics as stated on the 'CFP: Conference topics'. Note that proposers of workshops need to organize their call and procedure for anynymous review.
Deadline: January 31, 2024; We recommend (but at this stage do not require) using the formatting template of the IOS Proceedings (for down load here). See here for additional examples on formatting references.
Accepted descriptions of Workshops and Panels will be published in the Proceedings after the conference. Workshop speakers can, but do not need to, submit a short research paper (see above) to the Proceedings.
We invite descriptions (1000-2000 words) for research posters and for art installations or performances.
Deadline: Feburary 15, 2024. We recommend (but at this stage do not require) using the formatting template of the IOS Proceedings (for down load here). See here for additional examples on formatting references.
Accepted proposals for Posters will be published in the Proceedings after the conference, proposals for Art Installations/Performances can be included in the Proceedings.
All submitted short papers and poster descriptions will undergo a blind peer review by 2-3 reviewers, who send their recommendations to the Program Committee, who then decides on final acceptance for presentation. If the review should require major revisions, final notification will be give after a second round of review.
Workshop coordinators organize the review for workshop contributions independently.
Submissions of full research papers (deadline June 1) will mainly undergo editorial review. Your paper (workshop description etc.) should be checked for grammar and style by a native speaker and in full compliance with the formatting template. Authors can supply last corrections and adjustments to heir contributions until Oct. 1, 2024, the final deadline for publication in the Proceedings,