AAAI-15 Robotics Exhibition
The Twenty-Ninth Conference on Artificial Intelligence
January 25–29, 2015, Austin, Texas USA
AAAI gratefully acknowledges the support of the National Science Foundation, which has made many of the AAAI-15 robotics activities possible.
Call for Participation
Registration Deadline: November 1, 2014
We invite research groups and robotics companies to participate in the AAAI Robotics Exhibition in Austin, Texas from January 25–29, 2015. The exhibition is an opportunity to demonstrate your robot systems to a large audience of artificial intelligence researchers (and beyond).
Exhibitors will be given space for the full run of AAAI (including workshops and tutorials). The exhibition will form part of several robotics-related activities at AAAI-15, including an AI Robotics Fellowship program, an AI Robotics Early Career Spotlight Talk, the Celebration of the Shakey Project, a RoboCup Exhibition Match, and a Robotics in Texas event. Exhibitors will also be invited to participate in the open house, which will be open to high-school students and other selected members of the general public.
We especially encourage demonstrations of the incredible progress that has been made in robotics in the past five years. Demonstrations, research platforms, educational tools, spin-offs and consumer robots are all welcome, from companies, commercial vendors and university research laboratories.
Exhibit registrations can be made on the AAAI-15 Exhibits web page under the standard AAAI exhibitor guidelines.
The Robotics Exhibit tables will be grouped together in a high-traffic area of the conference facility. As part of our effort to highlight Robotics in AI, robotic exhibitors are entitled to special benefits, and university teams are eligible for a special discounted exhibit registration. (Additional subsidies might be available for university research laboratories with person-intensive or cost-intensive exhibits.)
Robotics Exhibitor Benefits
AAAI-15 Robotics Exhibitors are entitled to several benefits in addition to their exhibit space:
- A 100-word listing and description in the AAAI-15 / IAAI-15 Program
- Eligibility to have an insert in the AAAI-15 / IAAI-15 Conference bag
- One complimentary full technical registration to the AAAI-15 / IAAI-15 Conference, and two complimentary student technical registrations
- Up to 3 additional exhibit-only registrations for students or others staffing the exhibition table
Robotics Exhibit Fees*
- Commercial Vendors: $1,225 per tabletop
- University Research Laboratories: $300 per tabletop
*Exhibit fees are based on one (1) 6-foot by 30-inch skirted table. All prices are quoted in US dollars.
Please express your interest by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than November 1. AAAI will contact you regarding registration and payment, as well as your logistical needs.
The AAAI-15 Demonstration Program provides an alternative to the AAAI-15 Robotics Exhibition Program but accepted demonstrations will be allocated only one time slot of 1-1/2 or 2 hours during one of the main conference days, while the AAAI-15 Robotics Exhibition Program provides exhibit space during all conference days with the expectation that the exhibit will be showcased during all main conference days.
We also invite Ph.D. student applications for the AAAI-15 Robotics Fellowships (details).
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Brad Knox (email@example.com)
George Konidaris (firstname.lastname@example.org)
AAAI 2015 Robotics Cochairs