Artificial Intelligence Journal Division of IJCAI
IJCAI acts as the official host for the editorial operations of the Artificial Intelligence journal, through its Artificial Intelligence Journal Division.
The journal is run by the Steering Committee whose members are the two editors-in-chief, two IJCAI trustee nominees, and a member nominated by the Editorial Board. The IJCAI Secretary-Treasurer Bernhard Nebel also acts as Secretary-Treasurer to this committee.The current SC is composed of:
- Patrick Doherty, Linköping University (Sweden)
- Marie desJardins, Simmons University (USA)
- Bernhard Nebel, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (Germany)
- Sylvie Thiébaux, The Australian National University (Australia)
- Michael Wooldridge, University of Oxford (UK)
- Shlomo Zilberstein, University of Massachusetts (USA)
Funding Opportunities for Promoting AI Research
The Current Call for Funding has an extended deadline of July 30, 2020.
The Artificial Intelligence Journal (AIJ) is one of the longest established and most respected journals in AI, and since it was founded in 1970, it has published many of the key papers in the field. The operation of the Editorial Board is supported financially through an arrangement with AIJ's publisher, Elsevier. Through this arrangement, the AIJ editorial board is able to make available substantial funds, (of the order of 230,000 Euros per annum), to support the promotion and dissemination of AI research. Most of these funds are made available through a series of competitive open calls (the remaining part of the budget is reserved for sponsorship of studentships for the annual IJCAI conference).
Click here to find out how to apply for funding.
The Next Call for Funding will be in January 2021.
AI Journal Classic and Prominent Paper Awards
For more information on nomination procedures and previous winners please click here.
Free Access to the AI Journal
Thanks to an agreement between IJCAI and Elsevier, members of the scientific community who do not otherwise have access to the AI Journal are able to obtain free personal electronic access to the journal online contents via ScienceDirect.
Instructions about how to gain free access can be found here.
Potential authors should note that these arrangements mean that any article now submitted to the AI journal, once accepted, will always be available to anyone free of charge through these arrangements if they do not already have access to the journal. A publisher's statement on these access arrangements can be found here.