Submission of papers is due on October 15 October 22, 2010. The research areas in AI include but not limited to:

Agent-based simulation

Agent-oriented software engineering

Agents and Web services

Agent-based electronic commerce, auctions and markets

AI  in video games

Computer vision

Constraint satisfaction

Data mining

Decision theory

Distributed AI

E-Commerce and AI

Game theory

Internet/WWW intelligence

Industrial applications of AI

Intelligent tutoring

Knowledge representation and reasoning

Machine learning

Multiagent planning and learning

Multiagent systems and their applications

Multiagent systems and evolving intelligence

Natural language processing

Neural networks

Planning and scheduling


Uncertainty in AI

Web services

Important dates

Papers due:                                 October 15 October 22, 2010

Author notification:                       November 12, 2010

Camera-ready papers due:          November 22, 2010

Registration deadline:                  December 2, 2010

Tutorials:                                      December 8, 2010

Workshop dates:                          December 9-10, 2010

Submission requirements

Submissions of the following three categories are invited:


Papers presenting new original work. Submitted papers should not exceed a length of 12 pages in the IEEE format style (templates here: .tex, .doc). Regular papers will be reviewed on overall quality and relevance. Reviewing of category A papers will be double-blind. In order to make blind reviewing possible, the authors should follow that:

  1. The authors' names and institutions should not appear in the paper.

  2. Unpublished work of the authors should not be cited.

  3. Using "we" or "us" in reviews of literature should be avoided, e.g., "In [1] we have proposed..." should be changed to "In [1] the authors have proposed...".

The program committee will evaluate Category A papers as either “rejected” or “accepted as long paper” or “accepted as short paper”. All accepted category A papers (long and short) will be fully published in the proceedings.


Papers that have been accepted after June 1 2009 for AI-related refereed conferences or journals can be resubmitted and will be accepted as “compressed contributions”. Authors are invited to submit the published version (without page or format restriction) together with a 1 or 2-page abstract prepared in the IEEE format style (templates here: .tex, .doc). Note the above double-blind instructions apply only to category A papers, not to category B. The abstract of the paper will be published in the proceedings. Every author may submit at most one B-paper of which they are the corresponding author, and only if they do not submit any A-paper as corresponding author.


Proposals for demonstrations will be evaluated based on submitted demonstration summaries stating the following: the purpose of the system to be demonstrated, its user groups, the organization or project for which it is developed, the developers, and the technology used. In addition, the system requirements and the duration of the demo (not exceeding 30 minutes) should be mentioned. Especially master students are encouraged to submit papers presenting their applications and experiences. The maximum size of demonstration summaries is 2 pages (in English, templates here: .tex, .doc). Reviewing of category C papers will be double-blind (see above under “category A” papers for details).

The workshop proceedings will be published with ISBN number.

At least one author of each accepted paper (in each submission category) is required to attend the workshop.

Language Requirements

As MIWAI is an international workshop, its official language is English. This means all submitting authors must submit an English language version of their paper, as well as present their paper in English if accepted for the workshop. To all our friends in the Thai AI community, this is the perfect opportunity to practice your English writing skills and, in so doing, make the wider international AI community aware of the exciting work you are doing! Do not be afraid of the English barrier. We will do our best to help you get through it.


Call for papers

The 4th Mahasarakham International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence

December 9-10, 2010, Mahasarakham University, Mahasarakham, Thailand