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Dimitrios Diochnos <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 17 Jul 2023 23:33:42 -0400
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Save the Date - ISAIM is in-person again!  January 8-10, 2024 - Fort Lauderdale

       The International Symposium for Artificial Intelligence and Mathematics

Dear Colleagues,
     The three and a half years of pandemic, with its restrictions and uncertainty in travel, lead us to reduced conference participation and meetings together.  We have passed this difficult time, and are very grateful to the folks from Florida Atlantic University for stepping forward to resume organizing ISAIM 2024 in-person.

     As in past years, there will be special topical sessions, general submission talks, invited plenary speakers, the traditional evening Ft. Lauderdale boat ride, banquet, and more.  We will be meeting in sunny Fort Lauderdale, Florida, at one of the resort hotels on Fort Lauderdale Beach.  

     SAVE THE DATE -- Sessions will be January 8-10, 2024, so you should plan to arrive before that. 

     The ISAIM website for 2024 is up and running at <> with more information to be added as the plans take shape.

ISAIM General Submission Track:
     The Program Co-chairs for the general submission track will be Claudio Gentile and Aldo Pacchiano.  They will be working together with our Conference Chair, Frederick Hoffman, and Publications & Publicity Chair, Dimitrios Diochnos.  Submission information will be posted on the website shortly. The deadline for submissions will be ?October 10, 2023.
ISAIM Special Sessions:
     As in the past, we would welcome proposals from you and your colleagues to organize a Special Session or Track.  Please contact Marty Golumbic if you are interested at <[log in to unmask]>.  Accepted on a rolling basis.
     As of July 2023, we are happy to announce the following special tracks (more to follow):
         -- Boolean and pseudo-Boolean Functions, 
                            Organizers: Endre Boros and Yves Crama
         -- Alternative Models for Fairness in AI, 
                            Organizers: John Hooker, Tae Wan Kim, and Derek Leben
         -- Int'l Workshop on Combinatorial Image Analysis (22nd IWCIA), collocated with ISAIM 2024 
                            Organizers: Valentin Brimkov and Reneta Barneva
Hope to see you all in Florida,
       Marty Golumbic, on behalf of the ISAIM 2024 Committee


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