Meeting of Young Researchers in Artificial Intelligence (RJCIA) - Submission

The first author of a submission to RJCIA must be a Ph.D. student, have defended in 2018, or be a Master student supervised for a research project in preparation of a Ph.D.. He must be the one that presents the paper, poser, or demo, at the conference.


We welcome all contributions related to Artificial Intelligence. Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Automatic Learning
  • Knowledge Extraction and Management
  • Interacting with Human: Computer Environment for Human Learning (CEHL), Human-Computer Interfaces (HCI)
  • Shape recognition, vision
  • Knowledge Representation and reasoning
  • Robotic, Automation
  • Constraints and Satisfiability
  • Multi-Agent Systems and Autonomous Agents
  • Natural Language Processing

Submission Redirection Policy

Contributions that are in the scope of one or the other specialized conferences of the plate-forme AI, and are judged of high quality by the Program Committee of RJCIA, will be recommended to the organizers of that specialized conference.

Multiple Submission Policy

  • Papers submitted in international workshops or conferences can also be submitted to RJCIA.
  • If a paper is submitted to two or more conference of the plate-forme IA 2019, the paper will only be accepted in one of the conference, at the discretion of the conference organizers.

Submission Type and Format

All papers have to be submitted electronically via EasyChair:

Submissions can be:

  • research papers that report on a new and significant contribution to the state of the art;
  • resource papers (including data sets, benchmarks, workflows, software) reusable by other researchers for their own work, and in accordance with the FAIR principles for scientific data ;
  • state of the art papers that identify research questions and/or propose working directions. Authors are encouraged to clearly describe the context of their work, and clarify the problems that are addressed.

Two types of submissions are accepted:

  • long papers (6 to 8 pages), to be presented orally;
  • short papers (2 pages), to be used for posters or demonstrations.

Authors are invited to submit their contribution proposal in PDF format only, and conforming to the double-column style of the plate-forme IA 2019 (download link). The language of the conference is preferably French, but English submissions may be accepted.


Each submission will be evaluated by at least three members of the Program Committee. The evaluation criteria include the originality of the reported work, technical quality, results, and quality of the presentation and writing.


Accepted papers will be distributed to participants and indexed on HAL and DBLP.

Best papers in French language will be invited to contribute to a special issue of la Revue d’Intelligence Artificielle like has been done for RJCIA 2013, RFIA 2014, RJCIA 2014 (vol.29, n°3-4, 2015) and RJCIA 2015, RJCIA 2016 (vol.31, n°1-2, 2017), RJCIA 2018 (vol. 33 n°2/2019).

Cooperation with other conferences

RJCIA is held in cooperation with JSAI 2019