Reports of the AAAI 2011 Conference Workshops

  • Noa Agmon University of Texas at Austin
  • Vikas Agrawal Infosys Labs
  • David W. Aha Naval Research Laboratory
  • Yiannis Aloimonos University of Maryland, College Park
  • Donagh Buckley EMC
  • Prashant Doshi University of Georgia
  • Christopher Geib University of Edinburgh
  • Floriana Grasso University of Liverpool
  • Nancy Green University of North Carolina Greensboro
  • Benjamin Johnston University of Technology, Sydney
  • Burt Kaliski VeriSign, Inc.
  • Christopher Kiekintveld University of Texas at El Paso
  • Edith Law Carnegie Mellon University
  • Henry Lieberman Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Ole J. Mengshoel Carnegie Mellon University
  • Ted Metzler Oklahoma City University
  • Joseph Modayil University of Alberta
  • Douglas W. Oard University of Maryland, College Park
  • Nilufer Onder Michigan Technological University
  • Barry O'Sullivan University College Cork
  • Katerina Pastra Cognitive Systems Research Insitute
  • Doina Precup McGill University
  • Sowmya Ramachandran Stottler Henke Associates, Inc.
  • Chris Reed University of Dundee
  • Sanem Sariel-Talay Istanbul Technical University
  • Ted Selker Carnegie Mellon University
  • Lokendra Shastri Infosys Technologies Ltd.
  • Stephen F. Smith Carnegie Mellon University
  • Satinder Singh University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
  • Siddharth Srivastava University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • Gita Sukthankar University of Central Florida
  • David C. Uthus Naval Research Laboratory
  • Mary-Anne Williams University of Technology, Sydney


The AAAI-11 workshop program was held Sunday and Monday, August 7–18, 2011, at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco in San Francisco, California USA. The AAAI-11 workshop program included 15 workshops covering a wide range of topics in artificial intelligence. The titles of the workshops were Activity Context Representation: Techniques and Languages; Analyzing Microtext; Applied Adversarial Reasoning and Risk Modeling; Artificial Intelligence and Smarter Living: The Conquest of Complexity; AI for Data Center Management and Cloud Computing; Automated Action Planning for Autonomous Mobile Robots; Computational Models of Natural Argument; Generalized Planning; Human Computation; Human-Robot Interaction in Elder Care; Interactive Decision Theory and Game Theory; Language-Action Tools for Cognitive Artificial Agents: Integrating Vision, Action and Language; Lifelong Learning; Plan, Activity, and Intent Recognition; and Scalable Integration of Analytics and Visualization. This article presents short summaries of those events.
Workshop Reports