Important Dates

  • Paper submission deadline: May 29, 2009
  • Author notification: July 10, 2009
  • Deadline for final camera-ready copies: July 28, 2009
  • Doctoral Symposium day: October 12, 2009






The participation in this event implies the submission, presentation and discussion of a scientific essay that should present substantial results in theoretical, empirical or applied research, in any Artificial Intelligence field.

The paper may be written in Portuguese or in English and should be formatted according to the Springer rules for the LNCS editions (Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science), never exceeding 10 pages.

The document must include the following information: title, author and supervisor(s), abstract, keywords, beginning date and foreseen conclusion date.

All essays submitted will be reviewed by some well known specialists and all submissions will receive a report of the revisions. The reviewing process does not have a selective mean, but, instead, intends to give the author a set of comments and suggestions in order to promote the enhancement of its work.

The publication of the essays accepted for presentation at the event will be made after the final submission. All other participants will be invited to exhibit their work as a poster, in a public session. All essays submitted will be included in the symposium proceedings, an edition of APPIA, with ISBN.

The submission includes the sending of the essay by e-mail to the address of the event: The message must include the information requested in the identification of the document, as well as the naming of, at most, three topics of interest that characterizes the field in which the submitted work fits.