Formal Ontologies for Artificial Intelligence


The workshop encourages submission of articles on both theoretical, computational, and linguistic issues in the use of ontologies in AI as well as the concrete use of non-trivial ontologies in AI systems and applications. Topics of interest include:

Ontology and methodologies:
Construction, Motivation and Use of:
Foundational notions and modeling issues:

Paper submission guidelines

Submissions can be long papers (up to 8 pages) or short papers (up to 4 pages), formatted using the AAAI style, submitted in PDF format no later than the submission deadline. All submission are handled through Easychair. Select the FOfAI track for your submission.

Submissions will be peer-reviewed by members of the FOfAI program committee. Accepted papers will be made available in the JOWO joint workshop proceedings.
The workshop will be open to all attendants of IJCAI’15 and its other workshops according to the IJCAI'15 regulations. At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the workshop and present the paper.

Important dates (Updated!)

Proceedings (Updated!)

The full proceedings of JOWO-15 are available as Volume 1517 of CEUR.