DT-2022: Deduktionstreffen 2022
The next annual Deduktionstreffen will take place at KI 2022 in Trier.
VeranstaltungsortUniversität Trier (Campus I)
54296 Trier, Germany
The dates of Deduktionstreffen (either Sep 19 or Sep 20) are not yet fixed! We will update then as soon as possible.
The annual meeting Deduktionstreffen is the prime activity of the Special Interest Group on Deduction Systems (FG DedSys) of the AI Section of the German Society for Informatics (GI-FBKI). It is a meeting with a familiar, friendly atmosphere, where everyone interested in deduction can report on their work in an informal setting.
A special focus of the Deduktionstreffen is on young researchers and students, who are particularly encouraged to present their ongoing research projects to a wider audience. Another goal of the meeting is to stimulate networking effects and to foster collaborative research projects.
Deduktionstreffen 2022 is co-located with the German KI 2022, which brings together academic and industrial researchers from all areas of AI, providing an ideal place for exchanging news and research results of intelligent system technology. The Deduktionstreffen will also host the annual general meeting of the members of FGDedSys.
We welcome contributions on all theoretical, experimental and application aspects of deduction. Accepted abstracts are first presented in an approx. 15 minute teaser talk (details TBA) and then discussed next to a poster (maximal size: A0 portrait). The exact maximal time per talk will be adjusted on short notice depending on the overall number of submissions.
Submission is open to everybody interested in deduction systems.
Please submit an extended abstract (max. two pages) of your contribution via EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ki2022 (please select the track "W2: Deduktionstreffen).
Early bird submission: July 1 (Notification: July 13)
Standard submission: August 1 (Notification: August 13)
Early bird submission is meant to allow planning reliability to interested students and researchers, e.g. if they would like to apply for travel grants. In particular, there is travel support funded by the AI chapter of the German Gesellschaft für Informatik (for members, see here).
There will be no formal publication of the accepted submissions. The organizers, however, leave open the possibility to organize post-proceedings, possibly as joint workshop proceedings with other workshops at the KI 2022.
Program Committee (to be completed)
- Claudia Schon (University of Koblenz-Landau), PC Co-Chair
- Alexander Steen (University of Greifswald), PC Co-Chair