Camera-ready copies of all accepted papers are due to be sumitted by 5th September through the EasyChair system. Please ensure that your revision takes into account of the issues raised in the reviews provided. Accepted papers from all tracks, both full presentations and posters, will be archived in the online proceedings of 24th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, hosted as part of the CEUR-WS free open-access publication service.
Please note that all accepted papers need to have at least one speaker registered for the conference by 5th September. Registration is now open here. Any paper without suitable a registered author will not be included in the proceedings.
Please submit your final papers to us as a single PDF file (not LaTeX source or a DOC file), formatted in accordance with the Springer LNCS paper guidelines, as per your original submission. Templates for this format are available online here. Papers should be of 6 to 12 pages in length. Please ensure that no copyright notice or page numbering appears in your final manuscript.
Please submit your final papers as a PDF file (not LaTeX source or a DOC file), consisting of a one page abstract describing the research, including a reference to the original publication. Note this differs slightly from the original submission format. A sample final NECTAR track paper is available here.
Posters do not need to be submitted in advance and should be printed by the authors. Please prepare your poster to be A0 size and portrait orientation. Poster boards and hanging equipment will be provided and posters should be hung on the morning of Wednesday 21st September. The poster session will be on that day from 11:00 - 12:00.