ISAIM 2016

The International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Mathematics is a biennial meeting that fosters interactions between mathematics, theoretical computer science, and artificial intelligence. The series was started by Martin Golumbic, Peter L. Hammer and Frederick Hoffman in 1990, and the editorial board of the Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence serves as the permanent Advisory Committee. Traditionally, the Symposium attracts participants from a variety of disciplines, thereby providing a unique forum for scientific exchange. The three-day symposium includes invited speakers, presentations of technical papers, and special topic sessions.

If you have a question about ISAIM 2016, email isaim2016 AT wave DOT tulane DOT edu. Join the Google group of ISAIM to receive major annoucements from the organizers of the symposium.


Dear Symposium participants, please respond to the email by Frederick Hoffman indicating your banquet meal choice to him as well as to Maria Provost. Also, if you have not registered yet, please do so in order to avoid a late charge.


Please select Paper Submissions from the sidebar for instructions on how to submit a paper.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended

Paper submission deadline has been extended to Friday, October 30, 2015.


Registration is now open. Please visit hosted at the Florida Atlantic University, to register. Note that if you are indicating a country different from the US during registration and moreover you have to indicate a state for that country, please select AA among the options.


Yixin Chen Washington University in St Louis
Rina Dechter University of California, Irvine
Ariel Procaccia Carnegie Mellon University


General Chair Martin Charles Golumbic University of Haifa
Conference Chair Frederick Hoffman Florida Atlantic University
Program Co-Chair Francesca Rossi University of Padova and Harvard University
Program Co-Chair Kristen Brent Venable Tulane University and IHMC
Publicity Chair Dimitrios I. Diochnos University of Virginia


Boolean and pseudo-Boolean Functions
Endre Boros Rutgers University
Yves Crama University of Liège
Computational Approaches to Proof Construction
Vijay Ganesh University of Waterloo
Integrating Constraint Programming and Operations Research
John Hooker Carnegie Mellon University

The special session on Mathematical Theories of Natural Language Processing has been cancelled.