Call to Intellectica authors concerning archiving policy
Call to authors having previously published in INTELLECTICA.
It is our great pleasure to announce that INTELLETICA is about to publish its whole collection of article since its creation on the Persée portal (http://www.persee.fr). This portal has been set up with the support of the French ministry of education and research. It is aimed at hosting articles previously published in Francophone scientific journals in human and social sciences, with a free-access spirit.
In order to increase the visibility of its publications, INTELLECTICA contributes to this operation in favor of the valorization of research results in human and social sciences.
In order to respect our authors' rights while proceeding with the project, it is necessary to obtain the authors' non-exclusive authorization to reproduce and spread their article or contributions already published in INTELLECTICA on the Persée portal.
Hoping that you will once again give INTELLECTICA your trust and confidence, and that you will accept to contribute to this project, we kindly ask you to get in contact with us using the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
published at 04/07/2016
Issue #65 is now published!
It is with great pleasure that we now announce the publication of Issue #65 of the Intellectica journal. It is a special issue on "New Approaches in Cognitive Robotics", co-edited by Mehdi Khamassi & Stéphane Doncieux. The content of the issue as well as the summary of each article are accessible on the website of the journal.
The next issue, Issue #66, will be a special issue on "Vigilances", edited by Nathalie Depraz, and will be published in the Autumn of 2016.
We wish you all a very nice summer!
published at 03/02/2015
Workshop organized around Issue #61 of Intellectica
On March 11th, 2015, a workshop will take place on the occasion of the publication of Intellectica Issue #61 "Philosophy of the Web and Knowledge Engineering". Most of the authors of this issue will be present. The objective of the workshop will be to offer a series of conferences presenting the issue and to generate a scientific discussion around the themes at stake.
The workshop will take place at the Institute of Communication Sciences (ISCC, CNRS), 20, rue Berbier-du-Mets 75013 Paris. The workshop will be chaired by Alexandre MONNIN & Gunnar DECLERCK as co-editors of Intellectica Issue #61.
We will soon announce the full program of the workshop.