Submission Link

Call for Papers



  • Full-length papers (min of 6 pages, up to overall 8 pages in AAAI format)

Submissions are not anonymized. Please submit PDF via the easychair link above by Nov 9, 2022, AOE.
A fastrack for AAAI main conference rejects has a later deadline of Nov 19, 2022, AOE Nov 30, 2022 AOE

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • Machine learning (including RL) approaches to make cyber systems secure and resilient
    • Natural language processing techniques
    • Anomaly/Threat detection techniques
    • Big Data noise reduction techniques
    • Adversarial learning
    • Deception in Learning
    • Human behavioral modeling, being robust to human errors
  • Formal reasoning, with focus on human behavior element, in cyber systems
  • Game Theoretic reasoning in cyber security
  • Adversarial robust AI metrics
  • Multi-agent interaction/agent-based modeling in cyber systems
  • Modeling and simulation of cyber systems and system components
  • Decision making under uncertainty in cyber systems
  • Automation of cyber dataset labeling for realistic, benchmark datasets
  • Meta-ML techniques (i.e., learning to learn) for cyber-security
  • Quantitative human behavior models with application to cyber security
  • Operational and commercial applications of AI in security
  • Explanations of security decisions and vulnerability of explanation techniques


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