This is the leading international symposium where the Ibero-American AI community comes together to share research results and experiences with researchers in Artificial Intelligence from all over the world.
The conference will feature a pre-conference program of workshops. The main technical program will consist of invited talks by leading scientists working in the area, presentations of technical papers, as well as system demonstrations.
The Proceedings of IBERAMIA 2016 will be published, as in past editions, by Springer in its Lecture Notes in Computer Science/Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence LNCS/LNAI series.
IBERAMIA 2016, the XV edition of IBERAMIA, welcomes submissions on mainstream AI topics, as well as novel cross cutting work in related areas. Main topics may include but are not limited to the following:
- Knowledge Engineering, Knowledge Representation and Probabilistic Reasoning
- Agent technology and multi-agent systems
- Machine Learning
- Planning and Scheduling
- Natural Language Processing
- Computer vision and pattern recognition
- Computational Intelligence & Soft Computing
- AI in Education, Affective Computing, and Human-Computer Interaction
- Big Data, Knowledge discovery and Data Mining
Since the first conference in 1988, IBERAMIA has been the biennial forum to debate research and development on AI in Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries. Following Barcelona (Spain) in 1988, IBERAMIA conferences were held in Morelia 1990 ( Mexico), La Habana 1992 (Cuba), Caracas 1994 (Venezuela), Cholula 1996 (Mexico), Lisboa 1998 (Portugal), Sao Paolo 2000 (Brazil), Sevilla 2002 (Spain), Puebla 2004 (Mexico), Ribeirao Preto 2006 (Brasil), Lisbon 2008 (Portugal), Bahía Blanca 20010 (Argentina), Cartagena de Indias 2012 (Colombia) and Santiago de Chile 2012 (Chile). (Previous IBERAMIA Conferences)
In these twenty-eigth years, the goals of IBERAMIA have been to strengthen the relationship among the AI research groups of the Ibero-American community, to create the appropriate conditions for researchers to disseminate their research work and to facilitate the contact between new researchers and consolidated groups.