In the height of the Scandinavian summer, Stockholm is happy to welcome close to 1500 top researchers and industry representatives to the Sixteenth Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 99). The conference will be held from July 31 to August 6, 1999. It is a unique event that this conference will be held in the Scandinavian region, hosted by the four Scandinavian AI societies.
We are proud to invite your organisation to exhibit at IJCAI 99. Your participation will contribute towards highlighting the work on AI in Scandinavian academia and society.
IJCAI is the most prestigious general conference on Artificial Intelligence. It occurs biannually and was first held in 1969. The rules and conventions of IJCAI Inc. and its board of trustees guarantee the quality and character of the IJCAI conferences. Apart from the international advisory committee and the local arrangements committees, IJCAI 99 has a regional Nordic Advisory Committee. The latter will promote the regional interests in the conference and as well as the commitments of special areas such as neural networks, logic programming, natural language processing, computer vision and robotics.
AI techniques today are ubiquitous elements of most technologies. The goal for the exhibition is to illustrate this and create a stimulating and supporting supplement to the conference. Moreover it will be the meeting place and show room for the conference.
Selected companies and research projects from the Scandinavian countries are invited to participate as exhibitors together with some of the most important multinational industrial companies and publishers.
If you would like to get the printed version of presentation materials and an application form, and if you have further questions, please do not hesitate to give us a call or send an e-mail
We hope you will take this opportunity to exhibit at IJCAI 99. We look forward to seeing you in Stockholm!
Mikael von Otter
Managing Director, SITI
The Swedish Research Institute for Information Technology (SITI) is proud to be part of the local organisation, with responsibility for the exhibition. SITI AB is a non-profit organisation, and is the result of a forward-looking co-operative commitment by the Swedish State and the business community, with a majority of shares held by the private sector. A network of some 200 researchers in Sweden from organisations such as the Swedish Institute of System Development, the Swedish Institute of Computer Science and the University of Linköping collaborate through SITI.