[visionlist] Call for summer/fall 2022 International AI Doctoral Academy (AIDA) course proposals

Ioanna Koroni ioannakoroni at csd.auth.gr
Tue May 24 08:36:53 -04 2022

Dear distinguished AI scientist, 


the AI Doctoral Academy (AIDA) https://www.i-aida.org/  has been organized by the 5 European Union’s Horizon2020 AI flagship projects, AI4Media, ELISE, HumanE AI NET, TAILOR, and VISION, aiming to become a reference initiative for AI education worldwide and in Europe and to implement mechanisms for inter-university sharing of AI educational assets at PhD-level. As part of the program, AIDA offers a series of courses on Artificial Intelligence and related fields given by distinguished lecturers (external ones or AIDA Lecturers from AIDA members).


We invite you to contribute to this initiative for the definition of the AIDA Summer / Fall semester program.


You can participate in the AIDA program by offering new or opening-up existing courses targeted to AIDA students or other students worldwide according to the participation terms of your own organization. Short/Very Short course formats (5-16 hours) are typically encouraged, while tutorials, semester courses, or asynchronous mode web courses will be considered as well, as can be seen in https://www.i-aida.org/. Accepted courses will be listed on AIDA website ( <https://www.i-aida.org/> https://www.i-aida.org/) and will be advertised for free with the support of AIDA dissemination channels. These channels are very successful in boosting course registration, as it is exemplified in: https://www.i-aida.org/why-aida-courses/

AIDA course registrants may be 

a.       external ones (e.g., undergraduate/MSc/PhD students, postdoc researchers or professionals or AI enthusiasts from all over the world) and/or 

b.       AIDA Students (PhD students or post-doc researchers from AIDA Members).


The AIDA course or seasonal school proposal application form can be found in: https://www.i-aida.org/phd-studies/short-courses/


Proposals for AIDA courses for the AIDA Summer / Fall semester program should be sent to: Prof. Alberto del Bimbo  <mailto:alberto.delbimbo at unifi.it> alberto.delbimbo at unifi.it, Prof. Stefano Berretti  <mailto:stefano.berretti at unifi.it> stefano.berretti at unifi.it, Prof. Pietro Pala  <mailto:pietro.pala at unifi.it> pietro.pala at unifi.it, and Ms. Ioanna Koroni  <mailto:koroniioanna at csd.auth.gr> koroniioanna at csd.auth.gr no later than May 31, 2022 and will be evaluated by the AIDA Committee by June 6, 2022.


Proposals for AIDA Courses should include (pls, fill in the attached document):

*	Course title:
*	Lecturer name & affiliation:
*	Host Institution:
*	Content and organization: Course details about the content. 1 paragraph
*	Level: (Undergraduate/Postgraduate)
*	Course Duration: Hours
*	Course Type: (Short/Semester/Lecture series/Seasonal School)
*	Participation terms: Registration fee policy for external (non-AIDA) students, e.g., free of charge or fee of ??? Euros. Special terms for AIDA students, e.g., discount 50% or free for X number of AIDA students. Add text for a) non-AIDA student registration and AIDA student registration/enrollment, as in (6) below.
*	Lectures plan: Days/time
*	Proposed schedule: Start date – End date
*	Language: English/Other
*	Modality: Online/in person
*	Notes: Are there exams? Details on how to successfully complete the course. 1-2 sentences.
*	Course Link: 

Best regards,

Stefano Berretti

AIDA course planning and monitoring


Prof. Stefano Berretti, Ph.D.

Media Integration and Communication Center (MICC) &

Department of Information Engineering (DINFO)

University of Florence

via S. Marta 3 - 50139, Florence - ITALY

email: stefano.berretti at unifi.it <mailto:stefano.berretti at unifi.it>  

phone: +39 055 2758529


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