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6th Global Conference on Artificial Intelligence
GCAI 2020, Hangzhou, China, 6-9 April 2020

The 6th Global Conference on Artificial Intelligence (GCAI 2020) will be held 
in Hangzhou, China, 6-9 April 2020, as part of the Zhejiang Logic for AI 
Summit (ZjuLogAI 2020). With its special focus theme on "Explainable AI and 
Responsible AI", the summit intends to promote the interplay between logical 
approaches and machine learning based approaches in order to make AI more 
transparent, responsible and accountable. (GCAI 2020) (ZjuLogAI 2020)

The first day of GCAI 2020 has been set aside for tutorials and a doctoral 
symposium. Details are provided below.

GCAI Submission Guidelines

GCAI 2020 accepts submissions of two types: 

- Full paper submissions, which must be original and cannot be submitted 
  simultaneously elsewhere. Full paper submissions must be at most 12 pages 
  long, excluding references. Additional support material may be included in 
  an appendix, which may be considered or ignored by the program committee.

- Extended abstract submissions, which report on ongoing or preliminary work, 
  or on work that is central to symbolic reasoning and/or machine/deep learning 
  applied to both software and robotic systems, but that has already been 
  submitted or recently published elsewhere as a full paper (in the case of an 
  already published paper, the full version has to be referenced explicitly). 
  Extended abstract submissions must be at most 4 pages long, excluding 

Both types of submissions must be prepared in LaTeX or Microsoft Word using the 
EasyChair templates, and uploaded in PDF format. Submissions not complying with 
these guidelines will be rejected at the discretion of the program committee.

Each submission will be reviewed by at least two reviewers. Abstracts are due 
on 23 November 2019, full papers and extended abstracts are due on 30 November 
2019, and decisions will be made by 20 January 2020.

Submissions: via EasyChair

Instructions for authors and EasyChair paper templates can be found at

List of Topics

Submissions in all areas of artificial intelligence are welcome. Suggested 
topics include, but are not limited to:

+ Knowledge representation
+ Cognitive modeling
+ Perception
+ Search
+ Reasoning and programming
+ Machine learning
+ Constraints and uncertainty

+ Agents and distributed AI
+ Intelligent user interfaces
+ Natural language systems and linguistics
+ Information retrieval
+ Case-based reasoning
+ Hierarchical and deep representations
+ Affective computing

+ Aviation and aerospace
+ Education and tutoring systems
+ Games and entertainment
+ Law and machine ethics
+ Mathematics and the sciences
+ Medicine and healthcare
+ Management and manufacturing
+ World Wide Web
+ Robotics
+ Security

+ Philosophical foundations
+ Social impact and ethics
+ Evaluation of AI systems
+ AI education

General Chair

Geoff Sutcliffe (University of Miami, USA) 

Program Chairs

Grégoire Danoy (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg) 
Jun Pang (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg) 

Program Committee (to be completed)
Jose Julio Alferes, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal
Serge Autexier,	DFKI, Germany
Christoph Benzmüller, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Krysia Broda, Imperial College, UK
Matthias R. Brust, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Gabriella Cortellessa, CNR-ISTC, National Research Council of Italy, Italy
Wolfgang Faber, TU Wien, Austria
Germain Forestier, Université de Haute Alsace, France
Marco Gavanelli, University of Ferrara, Italy
Gianluigi Greco, University of Calabria, Italy
Mateja Jamnik, University of Cambridge, UK
Juan Luis Jiménez Laredo, Université du Havre Normandie, France
Tommi Junttila, Aalto University, Finland
Panagiotis Kanellopoulos, University of Patras and CTI "Diophantus", Greece
Gabriele Kern-Isberner, Technische Universitaet Dortmund, Germany
Gang Li, Deakin University, Australia
Sanjiang Li, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Ines Lynce, INESC-ID/IST, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
George Metcalfe, University of Bern, Switzerland
Angelo Montanari, University of Udine, Italy
Till Mossakowski, University of Magdeburg, Germany
Apivadee Piyatumrong, National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand
Radu-Emil Precup, Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania
Dumitru Roman, SINTEF, Norway
Marco Roveri, FBK-irst, Italy
Steven Schockaert, Cardiff University, UK
Marcin Seredynski, E-Bus Competence Center, Luxembourg
Inon Zuckerman, Ariel University, Israel
Chenyi Zhang, Jinan University, China

Steering Committee

Nikolaj Bjorner (Microsoft Research, USA)
Adel Bouhoula (University of Carthage, Tunisia)
Laura Kovács (Chalmers University, Sweden)
Sriram Rajamani (Microsoft Research, India)
Geoff Sutcliffe (University of Miami, USA)
Andrei Voronkov (University of Manchester, UK)

Organizing Committee

Organizing Committee of ZjuLogAI can be found at


GCAI 2020 proceedings will be published in the EasyChair EPiC series in 
Computing. Proceedings of the previous GCAI conferences are available online:

Georg Gottlob, Geoff Sutcliffe and Andrei Voronkov (editors).
GCAI 2015. Global Conference on Artificial Intelligence (EPiC Series in Computing, Volume 36)

Christoph Benzmüller, Geoff Sutcliffe and Raul Rojas (editors).
GCAI 2016. 2nd Global Conference on Artificial Intelligence (EPiC Series in Computing, Volume 41)

Christoph Benzmüller, Christine Lisetti and Martin Theobald (editors).
GCAI 2017. 3rd Global Conference on Artificial Intelligence (EPiC Series in Computing, Volume 50)

Daniel Lee, Alexander Steen and Toby Walsh (editors).
GCAI-2018. 4th Global Conference on Artificial Intelligence (EPiC Series in Computing, Volume 55)

Key Dates

- Abstract submission deadline: 23 November 2019
- Paper submission deadline: 30 November 2019
- Acceptance notification: 20 January 2020
- Camera ready copy due: 3 February 2020
- Conference: 6-9 April 2020

International Doctoral Symposium for Students of Artificial Intelligence
Hangzhou, China, 6 April 2020
The first day of the conference GCAI 2020 has been set aside for tutorials and 
a doctoral symposium. The organizers are now calling for participation of PhD 
students at the doctoral symposium.

The goal of the International Doctoral Symposium for Students of Artificial 
Intelligence is twofold: On one hand, it offers training sessions on topics 
and skills that may be useful to future researchers and professionals of 
artificial intelligence. On the other hand, it aims to provide a chance to 
share research interests and results of PhD students in the area of artificial 
intelligence. To achieve these, one senior PhD supervisor will deliver a talk, 
sharing advice and experience of doing research in artificial intelligence. 
Each PhD student will then be given 5 minutes to give a short presentation 
introducing himself/herself and his/her research topic (no details of any work 
done - just the topic area and the problem being attacked). Then the students 
will then work in groups with similar interests, for round table discussion, 
followed by group presentations. Senior faculty will be there to provide 
feedback, to help students progress effectively with their research.

Presentations should be submitted by email to the following email address:

and include the following information:
+ Name(s) and affiliation(s) of the PhD student(s)
+ Title/ topic of the presentation
+ Any special resources that would be needed 

Key Dates:
+ Presentation submission deadline: 31 January 2020
+ Acceptance notification: 15 February 2020
+ Conference: 6-9 April 2020, doctoral symposium on 6th

Shuwei Chen (Southwest Jiaotong University, China)
Geoff Sutcliffe (University of Miami, USA)

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