15º Argentine Symposium on Artificial Intelligence

ISSN: 1850-2784

43 JAIIO - 43rd Argentine Conference on Informatics
1st – 2nd September, 2014
Universidad de Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina


ASAI, the Argentine Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, is an annual event intended to be the main forum of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) community in Argentina. The symposium aims at providing a forum for researchers and AI community members to discuss and exchange ideas and experiences on diverse topics of AI. ASAI stimulates presentations on both applications of AI and new tools and foundations.


The XV Argentine Symposium on Artificial Intelligence (ASAI 2014) will be part of the 43rd Argentine Conference on Informatics (JAIIO 2014). JAIIO is organized as a series of thematic symposia including topics such as software engineering, artificial intelligence, technology, agroinformatics, high performance computing, industrial informatics, free software, law, health, information society, and a students contest. ASAI is organized by the Argentine Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAIA), a division of the Argentine Society for Informatics (SADIO). The symposium will consist of invited talks, regular paper sessions presenting mature work in theoretical research and applications, communications about previously published papers, a poster session and discussion panels. ASAI 2014 will be co-located with the  Second IJCAI School, which is in turn sponsored by the International Joint Conferences of AI and will consist of plenary talks from leading experts in different AI topics with strong experience on practical, groundbreaking applications, followed by one or two courses covering the corresponding theoretical foundations.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Artificial Intelligence in Data Analysis
  • Clustering
  • Computer Vision
  • Data Mining
  • Decision-Support Systems
  • Evolutionary Algorithms
  • Formal and Empirical Aspects of Artificial Intelligence
  • Fuzzy Logic
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Intelligent Agents and Multi-Agent Systems
  • Knowledge Acquisition, Representation, Management and Reasoning
  • Machine Learning
  • Natural Language Processing and Computational Linguistics
  • Neural Networks
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Personalization and Recommender Systems
  • Planning and Scheduling
  • Robotics
  • Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence: Big-data, Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Education, Social Networks, Virtual Reality, etc.


    Diego Milone, sinc(i), FICH-UNL, CONICET, Santa Fe, Argentina.
    Pablo Verdes, CIFASIS, CONICET, Rosario, Argentina.


    Agustín Gravano (DC-UBA, CONICET, ARG)
    Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltrán (Oxford e-Research Centre, Oxford University, UK)
    Alejandro J. García (LIDIA-UNS, CONICET, ARG)
    Ana Casali (CIFASIS and FCEIA-UNR, ARG)
    Ana Maguitman (LIDIA-UNS, CONICET, ARG)
    Ariel Bayá (CIFASIS, CONICET, ARG)
    Ariel Monteserin (ISISTAN-UNICEN, CONICET, ARG)
    Carlos Iván Chesñevar (LIDIA-UNS, CONICET, ARG)
    César Martínez (sinc(i)-UNL, ARG)
    Diego Fernández Slezak (DC-UBA, CONICET, ARG)
    Diego Tomassi (sinc(i)/IMAL-UNL, CONICET, ARG)
    Enrique M. Albornoz (sinc(i)-UNL, CONICET, ARG)
    Facundo Bromberg (UTN-FRM, CONICET, ARG)
    Gabriela Henning (INTEC-UNL, CONICET, ARG)
    Georgina Stegmayer (sinc(i), CONICET, ARG)
    Guillermo Grinblat (CIFASIS, CONICET, ARG)
    Guillermo Leguizamón (UNSL, ARG)
    Guillermo R. Simari (LIDIA-UNS, ARG)
    Hector Geffner (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, SPAIN)
    Hugo Leonardo Rufiner (sinc(i)-UNL, CONICET, ARG)
    Ignacio Ponzoni (LIDeCC-UNS, CONICET, ARG)
    Juan Carlos Gómez (CIFASIS and FCEIA-UNR, ARG)
    Laura Alonso i Alemany (FAMAF-UNC, ARG)
    Leandro Di Persia (sinc(i)-UNL, CONICET, ARG)
    Leandro Vignolo (sinc(i)-UNL, CONICET, ARG)
    Lucas Uzal (CIFASIS, CONICET, ARG)
    Luciana Benotti (FAMAF-UNC, CONICET, ARG)
    Marcelo Falappa (LIDIA-UNS, CONICET, ARG)
    Marcelo G. Armentano (ISISTAN-UNICEN, CONICET, ARG)
    Pablo Granitto (CIFASIS, CONICET, ARG)
    Ricardo Rodriguez (DC-UBA, ARG)
    Silvia Schiaffino (ISISTAN-UNICEN, CONICET, ARG)
    Virginia Yannibelli (ISISTAN-UNICEN, ARG)