You can attend workshops in Copenhagen, Linköping, Stockholm and Uppsala prior to the main Conference. In Linköping there are three back-to-back workshops. After IJCAI-99, you can stay and attend a workshop in Stockholm, or you can continue to meetings in Trondheim or Helsinki.
The chair for IJCAI-99 affiliated events is Henrik Eriksson, e-mail email@example.com. More information about each event can be found in the IJCAI-99 web pages. As you can see from this overview, there are clusters of workshops before and after IJCAI-99.
Although airfare in Scandinavia can be high if you purchase the tickets separately, it is often possible to find affordable package deals. Also, do not forget about other means of travel. There are excellent train connections between most of the affiliate-event cities. For example, it is possible to get train tickets that include ferry connection for traveling from Copenhagen to Stockholm. There are also affordable cruises between Stockholm and Helsinki.
Ph.D. Summer School: The Visual Animate Engine
July 26-30, 1999 Copenhagen, Denmark
Web home page: http://www.daimi.au.dk/Courses/cvip/TVAE/TVAE.html
Jens Arnspang (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The summer school focuses on models of visual animate engines in the triple point between psychophysics, integral photography, and vision agents in artificial intelligence. The summer school is intended for Ph.D. students and senior researchers who are interested in entering this field.
Workshop on Assembling the Subsystems into a Whole
July 29-30, 1999 Roskilde (near Copenhagen)
Web home page: http://www.daimi.au.dk/~hhl/preIJCAI.html
Brian Mayoh (email@example.com)
The workshop brings together researchers from classical AI, behavioral AI, artificial life, robotics, evolutionary computation and neural networks to discuss the issue of assembling the subsystems into a whole.
3rd International Knowledge Retrieval, Use, and Storage for Efficiency Symposium (KRUSE'99)
July 26-28, 1999 Linköping, Sweden
Web home page: http://www.int.gu.edu.au/kruse99/
Peter Eklund (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This event has been cancelled.
6th International Workshop on Knowledge Representation Meets Databases (KRDB'99)
July 29-30, 1999 Linköping, Sweden
Web home page: http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/img/krdb99/
Enrico Franconi (email@example.com)
The workshop is devoted to facilitate cross-fertilization between the fields of knowledge representation and databases.
International Workshop on Description Logics (DL'99)
July 30-August 1, 1999 Linköping, Sweden
Web home page: http://www.ida.liu.se/labs/iislab/DL99/
Patrick Lambrix (firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop is devoted to discussing developments and applications of knowledge representation formalisms based on description logics.
International Workshop on Cooperative Information Agents (CIA-99)
July 31-August 2, 1999 Uppsala, Sweden
Web home page: http://www.informatik.tu-chemnitz.de/~klusch/cia99.html
Matthias Klusch (email@example.com)
The workshop covers all topics in the research area of intelligent and collaborating information agents. Special themes include Information Agents in Uncertain Environments, Mobile Information Agents, and Advanced Human-Agent Interaction and Virtual Information Spaces.
CBR by the Norwegian Fjords: Exploring the Data-Knowledge Axis
August 8-9, 1999 Trondheim, Norway
Web home page: http://www.ifi.ntnu.no/~agnar/CBR-fjords.html
Agnar Aamodt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The workshop brings together researchers interested in case-based reasoning.
August 9-10, 1999 Helsinki area, Finland
Web home page: http://www.mlab.uiah.fi/networks99/
Program: Heikki Hyötyniemi (email@example.com
Organization: Timo Honkela (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The topics of Networks'99 include applications of Bayesian networks, case-based reasoning, neural networks, evolutionary systems, fuzzy logic and hybrid systems.
3rd International Workshop on Intelligent Agents for Telecommunication Applications (IATA'99)
August 9-11, 1999 Stockholm, Sweden
Web home page: http://dai.cs.tu-berlin.de/deutsch/news/tagungen/IATA99/
IATA'99 organizers (email@example.com)
The workshop provides a forum for discussing different perspectives and requirements for telematics and agent-oriented technology; also, the workshop provides an opportunity for the presentation of state-of-the-art approaches and techniques in the area of agent-based telematics services.
|Related Conferences in the Nordic/Baltic Region|
11th Scandinavian Conference on Image Analysis
June 7-11, 1999 Kangerlussuaq (Søndre Strømfjord), Greenland
Web home page: http://www.diku.dk/scia99/
Peter Johansen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The conference covers topics related to image analysis, including computer vision, pattern recognition, neural networks, statistical methods, and remote sensing. The conference will offer internationally acclaimed speakers in plenary talks and parallel sessions with selected oral presentations and posters.
Artificial Intellligence and Law (ICAIL-99)
June 14-17, 1999 Oslo, Norway
Web home page: http://nathan.gmd.de/iaail/icail/cfp.html
Andrew Jones (email@example.com)
The conference is concerned with the investigation of legal reasoning and argumentation using computational methods, applications of AI techniques to support tasks in regulated domains, especially legal systems, and the investigation of AI techniques using law as the example domain.
15th Conference on Uncertainty in AI (UAI-99)
July 30 - August 1, 1999 Stockholm, Sweden
Web home page: http://uai99.iet.com/
UAI-99 organizers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The conference is a primary international forum for exchanging results on the use of principled uncertain reasoning methods in intelligent systems. The scope of the conference covers a broad spectrum of approaches to automated reasoning and decision making under uncertainty.
International Congress on Logic Methodology and Philosophy of Science XI
August 20-26, 1999 Cracow, Poland
Web home page: http://www.calculemus.org/LogBank/Meetings/LMPSc1.html
LMPS-99 organizing committee (email@example.com)
The congress covers the field of Logic Methodology and Philosophy of Science. There are six logic sections, two sections on general philosophy of science, six sections on philosophical problems related to the sciences, and three sections devoted to ethical, historical, and social perspectives on philosophy of science.
|Industrial side event|
Seminar on Modeling and Simulation Software for Advanced Training
August 3-4, 1999 Stockholm, Sweden
Web home page: http://www.ida.liu.se/kk-ffs/sts-ws.html
Sture Hägglund (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The seminar addresses next generation modeling and simulation systems for distributed training including intelligent agent technologies, high-level software architectures, management of distributed services and supporting database technology. The seminar, which is organized by SAAB Training Systems Research Council, will be aimed at researchers and practitioners in the area.