ICAPS is the premier forum for sharing research on AI systems that reason and act over extended timeframes to accomplish complex user-assigned tasks. The ICAPS 2019 program committee invites submissions related to automated planning and scheduling including, but not limited to:

  • Theoretical and empirical studies of planning and scheduling problems;
  • Analytic and implemented tools supporting automated planning and scheduling;
  • Novel techniques that extend the scope of problems that can be solved;
  • Studies of applying automated planning and scheduling technologies to significant problems with deep technical insight.

Abstracts due16 Nov 2018
Papers due21 Nov 2018
Conference11-15 Jul 2019
Abstracts due16 Nov 2018
Papers due21 Nov 2018
Workshop Proposals due7 Dec 2018
Author Feedback period15-17 Jan 2019
Paper notifications6 Feb 2019
Tutorial Proposals due8 Feb 2019
Workshop Papers dueMar 2019
Workshop notificationsApr 2019
RegistrationApr 2019
Workshops and Tutoriails11-12 Jul 2019
Main Conference13-15 Jul 2019

ICAPS is the premier forum for sharing research on AI systems that reason and act over extended timeframes to accomplish complex user-assigned tasks. The ICAPS 2019 program committee invites submissions related to automated planning and scheduling including, but not limited to:

  • Theoretical and empirical studies of planning and scheduling problems;
  • Analytic and implemented tools supporting automated planning and scheduling;
  • Novel techniques that extend the scope of problems that can be solved;
  • Studies of applying automated planning and scheduling technologies to significant problems with deep technical insight.

Conference LocationBerkeley, CA USA

Berkeley is a city on the east shore of San Francisco Bay in northern Alameda County, California. Berkeley is home to the oldest campus in the University of California system, the University of California, Berkeley, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, which is managed and operated by the University. Berkeley is one of the most politically liberal cities in USA.

Conference ChairsJ. Benton (NASA)
and Siddharth Srivastava (ASU)
Program Chairs Nir Lipovetzky (UniMelb)
Eva Onaindia (UPV)
and David Smith
Novel Applications Track Chairs Simon Parkinson (Hud)
and Shirin Sohrabi (IBM)
Robotics Track Chairs Kostas Bekris (Rutgers)
and Alberto Finzi (UniNa)
Planning and Learning Track Chairs Alan Fern (OSU)
and Timothy Mann (DeepMind)
Journal Presentation Track Chairs Amanda Coles (KCL)
and Christian Muise (IBM)
Workshop ChairsSara Bernardini (RHUL)
and Tiago Vaquero (JPL)
Tutorial ChairsMark Roberts (NRL)
and Kartik Talamadupula (IBM)
System Demonstration ChairsErez Karpas (Technion)
and Tim Niemueller (RWTH Aachen)
Doctoral Consortium ChairsChristopher Amato (NEU)
Akshat Kumar (SMU)
and Andrey Kolobov (MSR)
Local Arrangements ChairRicha Varma (UTRC)
Publicity ChairTathagata Chakraborti (ASU/IBM)
Sponsorship ChairsJeremy Frank (NASA)
Daniele Magazzeni (KCL)
and Hankz Hankui Zhuo (Sun Yat-sen)
Advisory ChairStuart Russell (UC Berkeley)