Call For Participation
- Submission deadline: February 20th, 2012
- Notification: March 20th, 2012
Doctoral consortium: June 25th, 2012
Participants and Research Topics
J. Benton, "Time-dependent Costs on Goal Achievement in Off-line and On-line Settings"
Ethan Burns, "Planning Under Time Pressure"
Caroline P. Carvalho Chanel, "Planning for perception and perceiving for decision: POMDP-like online optimization in large complex robotics missions"
Yolanda E-Martín, "Incremental Contingency Planning"
Masood Feyzbakhsh-Rankooh, "Using a Complete Heuristic Search for State-Space Based Temporal Planning"
Nick Hay, "Metareasoning for Monte-Carlo Tree Search"
Elena Kelareva, "Ship Scheduling with Time-Varying Draft"
Scott Kiesel, "Multi-Layer Motion Planning"
Christopher Lin, "Crowdsourcing: Dynamically Switching between SynergisticWorkflows"
Moisés Martínez, "Variable Resolution Planning through abstraction"
Christian Muise, "Generalizing and Executing Plans"
Khoi Nguyen, "Conformant Planning via Classical Planners"
Sergio Nuñez, "Sequential portfolios in Automated Planning"
Simon Parkinson, "Improving Machine Tool Calibration Using Automated Planning"
Aswin Raghavan, "Planning in Factored Action Spaces with Symbolic Dynamic Programming"
Thiago Serra, "On Designing an Algorithmic Framework for Adaptive Constraint-Based Scheduling"
Alexander Shleyfman, "Enhanced Symmetry Breaking in Cost-Optimal Planning as Forward Search"
Sabine Storandt, "Advanced Navigation of (Electric) Vehicles in Street Networks"
Kevin Tierney, "Linear Temporal Optimization Planning for the Liner Shipping Fleet Repositioning Problem"
Álvaro Torralba Arias de Reyna, "Improving Abstraction Heuristics for Optimal Planning"
David Wang, "tBurton: A Temporal Generative Planner based on Causal-Graph Decomposition"
Christopher Wilt, "Heuristic Search as a Science"
- A dissertation abstract (not a paper) of at most 6 pages, using AAAI style.
- A CV.
- A short recommendation letter from PhD supervisor verifying applicants enrollment in a PhD program.
- Alan Fern (Oregon State University)
- Stefan Edelkamp (University of Bremen, Germany)