The IX Ibero-American Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IBERAMIA)
will take place at Puebla, Mexico, hosted by the Instituto Nacional
de Astrofísica Óptica y Electrónica (INAOE),
from November 22-26, 2004.
IBERAMIA is the international forum where the Ibero-american AI
community meet together for presenting and discussing the research
and development carried out all around the world.
is supported by the Ibero-American societies of AI
first IBERAMIA conference was held in 1988 at Barcelona. Since then
IBERAMIA has been the forum to debate research and development on
AI in Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries. Following Barcelona
IBERAMIA conferences were held every two years Morelia 1990( Mexico),
La Habana 1992 (Cuba), Caracas 1994 (Venezuela), Cholula 1996 (Mexico),
Lisboa 1998 (Portugal), Sao Paolo 2000 (Brazil), and Sevilla 2002
these sixteen 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.
conference will be structured along two main modules:
workshops track is composed of working sessions devoted to the most
important areas of AI research in Ibero-American countries. Papers
submitted to this workshops track may be written in Portuguese,
Spanish or English; they will be reviewed and published in a local
||The paper track is composed of invited talks
and paper presentations from all over the world, covering all
topics listed .
Proceedings of this paper track will be published in Springer
Verlag's LNCS/LNAI series