Awards and community events
EurAI Distinguished Service Award
The EurAI distinguished Service Award will be handed to Prof. Barry O’Sullivan and Prof. Michael Wooldridge
EurAI Fellows dinner
Collegium Maius, located on the corner of Św. Anny and Jagiellońska Street, is the oldest university building in Poland.
The dinner will start in the courtyard of the Collegium Maius and begin with a short tour ending in the Stuba Communis
hall with refreshments and wine. The dinner start at 19:30, and is by invitation only.
Lunch with EurAI Fellow
It is a tradition to offer young researchers the opportunity to have lunch with one of the elected ECAI fellows. During
this lunch, you can exchange research ideas, or discuss career opportunities. This year ECAI can accommodate the
participation of 20-30 students. A dedicated space will be provided in the catering area on the second floor.
AGH community meeting
Meet AGH – the oldest Technical University in Kraków. Walk on the campus, see our labs and get to know interesting
research projects. The event will take place in the room H-24 B-1 at 18:30 on Monday in the AGH main campus, refer to
the map on the website on how to get there
Networking event organised by Women in AI
A speed networking event will happen Monday during lunch - room S3A.
On Wednesday morning join us for a Fun Run or Walk and get energised and healthy before commencing the last day of the conference! Runners will do a 5 km route utilising city paths and walkers will do approximately 2 km. All participants will get to explore Krakow and its landmarks.
HPE AI at Scale tools workshop
Rapidly train, tune, and deploy large-scale AI. Join a 2hr technical workshop on Wednesday at 12:00. More details here
PSSI AI Dissertation Award
On Monday at 18:00 CET in Room S3A the ICE Congress Centre an open seminar of the Polish AI Society will be held to honour the laureates of PSSI Best Dissertation in Artificial Intelligence Contest. Kalina Kobus will present her winning thesis Efficient algorithms for extreme multi-label classification, and Tomasz Wąs will present his thesis Axiomatization of the Walk-Based Centrality Measures that received the honourable mention.