Artificial Intelligence Journal (AIJ) is one of the longest established and most respected journals in AI, and since it was founded in 1970, it has published many of the key papers in the field. The operation of the Editorial Board is supported financially through an arrangement with AIJ's publisher, Elsevier. The editorial board of Artificial Intelligence is now in the unique position of being able to make available substantial funds, of the order of US\$250,000 per annum to support the promotion and dissemination of AI research.
Deadline for proposals for the next round of fundings June 10, 2013. You can click here to find out how to apply.
In the seventh funding round (December 2012) we received 47 applications, for a total that was more than 5 times the available amount we had for this call. So unfortunately we had to reject many good applications for funding, in total 22 activities were funded.
In the sixth funding round (May 2012) 15 activities were
In the fifth funding round (December 2011) 19 activities were funded.
In the fourth funding round (May 2011) 9 activities were funded.
In the third funding round (December 2010) 17 activities were funded.
In the second funding round (May 2010) 7 activities were funded.
In the first funding round 20 proposals were submitted of which 12 were funded.
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