Funding Opportunities for Promoting AI Research

The Artificial Intelligence Journal (AIJ) is one of the longest established and most respected journals in AI, and since it was founded in 1970, it has published many of the key papers in the field. The operation of the Editorial Board is supported financially through an arrangement with AIJ’s publisher, Elsevier.  Through this arrangement, the AIJ editorial board is able to make available substantial funds, (of the order of 240,000 Euros per annum), to support the promotion and dissemination of AI research. Most of these funds are made available through a series of competitive open calls (the remaining part of the budget is reserved for sponsorship of studentships for the annual IJCAI conference).

Sponsorship of an activity by the AI journal may be acknowledged by display of the AIJ logo; here is a high resolution version AIJ Logo – High resolution, and a low resolution version for web use AIJ Logo – web

THERE IS CURRENTLY NO OPEN CALL. THE NEXT CALL WILL BE AROUND JULY 2023.

RESULTS OF THE PREVIOUS CALLS FOR FUNDING

Here are the results of the AI Journal’s 27th call for sponsorship applications (deadline February 15, 2023) .
For the AI Journal’s 27th Call, we received 84 applications. Given the criteria for the evaluation of the applications, the sponsorship committee¬†¬†decided to grant the following 43 applications.

In the 26th funding round (July 2022) 20 activities were funded
In the 25th funding round (February 2022) 23 activities were funded
In the 24th funding round (June 2021) 16 activities were funded
In the 23rd funding round (February 2021) 23 activities were funded
In the 22nd funding round (July 2020) 17 activities were funded.
In the 21st funding round (January 2020) 29 activities were funded.
In the 20th funding round (July 2019) 18 activities were funded
In the 19th funding round (January 2019)  33 activities were funded.
In the 18th funding round (July 2018) 21 activities were funded.
In the 17th funding round (January 2018) 26 activities were funded.
In the 16th funding round (January 2017) 17 activities were funded. 
In the 14th funding round (June 2016)  14 activities were funded.
In the 13th funding round (January 2016) 34 activities were funded.
In the 12th funding round (May 2015) 17 activities were funded.
In the 11th funding round (December 2014) 25 activities were funded.
In the 10th funding round (May 2014) 19 activities were funded
In the 9th funding round (December 2013) 15 activities were funded.
In the 8th funding round (June 2013) 15 activities were funded.
In the 7th funding round (December 2012) 22 activities were funded.
In the 6th funding round (May 2012) 15 activities were funded.
In the 5th funding round (December 2011) 19 activities were funded
In the 4th funding round (May 2011) 9 activities were funded
In the 3rd funding round (December 2010) 17 activities were funded
In the 2nd funding round (May 2010) 7 activities were funded
In the 1st funding round (December 2009) 12 activities were funded.