Nous accueillerons la 3ème édition de la conférence scientifique qui se déroulera les 7 et 8 août sur les lieux de l'EGC 2018.
Pour cette édition nous recevrons autant les papiers originaux que les papiers corrigés de tous les champs de recherche touchant n'importe quel jeu de l'esprit. En particulier venant des mathématiques, des sciences informatiques ou des sciences sociales.

Reste à prendre en compte certaines dates importantes :

  • Deadline pour la soumissions des extraits (pdf, 1-2 pages): 31 Mars 2018
  • Notification d'acceptation : 2 Mai 2018
  • Soumissions des papiers complets et de la version mise à jour des extraits : 30 Juin 2018

 

Program for the Scientific Conference at EGC 2018

August 7, 2018

19.30h Social dinner: Location and further details are not determined as of yet. Please also note that dinner expenses are not included in the registration fee.

 

August 8, 2018

10.00h Registration
10.15h Welcome

10.30h Keynote Lecture:
Gian-Carlo Pascutto (Leela Town, Belgium): Trends and Observations in Computer Go
11.15h Discussion

11.30h Talk 1: Peter Duersch (Heidelberg, Germany): Measuring Skill and Chance in Games
12.00h Talk 2: Laura-Augustina Avram (Cluj-Napoca, Romania): Some Cognitive Biases during Go-Playing
12.30h Talk 3: Marc-Oliver Rieger (Trier, Germany): Multidimensional Success Measures in Tournaments
Increase Participation through Hedonic Framing

13.00h Lunch break

14.30h Special Lecture:
Petr Baudiš (Prague, Czechia): On Pattern Recognition in Go and on Detecting Playing Strength and Style

15.00h Talk 4: Richard Lorentz (Los Angeles, USA): Ten Years of Programming MCTS in a Number of Different Games
15.30h Talk 5: Ingo Althöfer (Jena, Germany): Computer-assisted Play in Chess, Shogi, and Go
16.00h Talk 6: Andrea Carta / Mario Cosolini (Italy): Video Kifu, with Demonstration

16.30h Closing, coffee break

16.45h 19.30h Human and Computer Pair-Go Demonstration Game, including Leela
17.30h – 19.30h Round table discussion "Teaching Go – challenges and
experiences” (open for all participants who teach Go)

 

Pour plus de détails, merci de visiter mind.uni-trier.de.