FLAIRS-32 continues a tradition of presenting and discussing state of the art artificial intelligence and related research in a sociable atmosphere within a beautiful setting. Events include invited speakers, special tracks, discussion panels, and presentations of papers, posters, and awards. Traditionally, FLAIRS features not only some of the world’s leading researchers and excellent speakers, but also quality submissions from students. 

Call for paper

Author guidelines

Submitted papers must be original, and not submitted concurrently to a journal or another conference. Full oral presentation papers may be up to 6 pages, short poster presentation papers up to 4 pages, and abstract only poster presentations up to 250 words. Submissions for special tracks, workshops, tutorials, and discussion panels are also welcome. Papers must be in AAAI format, and submitted as PDF through the EasyChair conference system, which can be accessed through the main conference web site. The proceedings of FLAIRS-32 will be published by AAAI. Authors of accepted papers will be required to sign a form transferring copyright of their contribution to AAAI. In order for a paper to be published in the proceedings, the paper must be accompanied by at least one AUTHOR REGISTRATION.  It is also expected that for a full (i.e., maximum 6-page) paper, at least one of the authors will attend the conference to present their work. In order for a poster to be presented at the conference, it must also be accompanied by an AUTHOR REGISTRATION.

Topics of submission


  • Knowledge representation 
  • Cognitive modeling 
  • Perception 
  • Reasoning and programming 
  • Learning 


  • Agents and Distributed AI 
  • Intelligent User Interfaces 
  • Natural language 
  • Information retrieval 
  • Robotics 


  • Aviation and Aerospace 
  • Education 
  • Entertainment 
  • Medicine 
  • Management and manufacturing 
  • World Wide Web 


  • Philosophical foundations 
  • Social impact and ethics 
  • Evaluation of AI systems 
  • Teaching AI 

 Special Areas 

  • Spatial Temporal Reasoning 
  • Machine Learning 
  • Data Mining 
  • Computational Linguistics 
  • Uncertain Reasoning 
  • Artificial Intelligence in Education 
  • Games & Entertainment 
  • Intelligent Tutoring Systems 
  • Case-Based Reasoning 
  • Applied Natural Language Processing 
  • Affective Computing  
  • AI and Cognitive Science 
  • Healthcare Informatics 
  • Cyber Security 


Organizing committee

  • Conference Chair: Vasile Rus (University of Memphis, USA)

  • Program Co-Chairs: Keith Brawner (Army Research Lab, USA); Roman Barták (Charles University Czech Republic)

  • Special Tracks Coordinator: Eric Bell (USA)


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Important dates

  • Conference Dates

    19 May.



    22 May.


  • 19 Nov.


    Draft paper submission deadline

Contact information

  • Keith Brawner
  • Roman Barták
  • Vasile Rus