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Final Call for Papers on 
Neural and Cognitive Modeling

First Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence 
Hyderabad, INDIA 
December 18-20, 2003 

Last date for submission of papers is extended » Tuesday, July 21, 2003

About the Session

This session focuses on issues in computational / theoretical neuroscience and cognitive modeling. The ideas presented could be proposals of conceptual framework or concrete models of brain function and dysfunction. Models could be pitched at the level of sub-neuronal, neuronal, population, or at the brain systems level. The processes could be related to language, speech, planning, decision making, reasoning, learning, memory, cognition, emotion, attention, awareness, vision, auditory, other sensory and motor domains, pattern and object recognition, neuromodulation, etc. The data for constraining models could originate from various experimental methods such as EEG, ERP, PET, fMRI, MEG, Electrophysiology, Psychophysics, Behavioral, Ethological, Developmental and Clinical studies. The modeling methods may be mathematical, statistical, neural networks, symbolic artificial intelligence and computer simulations. The above description is indicative of potential topics but not restrictive. For any clarifications, please contact the Session Chair.

Instructions for the authors

Prospective authors are invited to submit their papers electronically to the Session Chair by the due date. Authors should use the style files or MS-Word templates as provided by the Springer Lecture Notes to format their papers. The length of a submitted paper should not exceed 14 pages. Short papers and work currently under progress are also welcome. The papers must be in PDF or PS format. The first page of the draft paper should contain: title of the paper, name, affiliation, postal address, and E-mail address for each author, including the name of the author who will be presenting the paper (if accepted). The first page should contain a maximum of 5 keywords most appropriate to the content.

Important Dates
Last date for submission of papers: (Extended) Tuesday, July 21, 2003
Notification of acceptance:  Friday, August 8, 2003 
Camera ready copies of accepted papers due:  Friday, August 29, 2003

Please visit the conference website for registration details: Indian International Conference on AI - 2003

Submissions for the Neural and Cognitive Modeling session should be
sent electronically (PS or PDF attachments) to the Session Chair: 
Dr. Raju S. Bapi
Reader, Dept of Comp and Info Sci.
University of Hyderabad, Gachibowli
Hyderbad, India 500 046
Phone:    +91 40-23010500 - 512 Ext: 4017 / 4025
Fax:        +91 40-23010145
email:  (and)
(Please send email to both the addresses with subject line "IICAI-03") Last Revised July 01, 2003

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