Tineri Cercetători în Inteligența Artificială (TiCIA) is an anual national event organized in the desire to support young researcher in the domain of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The event creates a framework wherein best practices, as well as the experience and vision of romanian domain experts are shared with the young researchers. The objective is to stimulate creativity and support the future of AI research in Romania.


The ARIA Best Thesis Award is an anual national event granting the distinction for the best doctoral dissertation in the domain of Arificial Intelligence (AI).
The event is meant to support young AI researchers, as well as to stimulate and encourage the development of the Artificial Intelligence research activity in Romania.
The 2016 edition is open to all young researcher having defended their thesis in a romanian doctoral school in 2015.


BONSAI: Bridging Organisations and National Societies in Artificial Intelligence is a partnership building activity that brings together participants from France (AFIA), Greece (EETN), Romania (ARIA), Spain (ACIA) and private organisations, aiming at enhancing the transnational cooperation of young innovators in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). Taking place near Bran, Romania, on July 24-31, 2013, BONSAI is carefully designed to offer a creative environment that supports an increased involvement of all attendees.


AIWO 2013: The AI-MAS Winter Olympics is an event is centered around an artificial intelligence competition and focuses on sharing viewpoints and experience between researchers in the AI community, February 23, 2013, Bucharest, Romania.


ARIA WorkshopHMMs: from Theory to Applications, a 2-day hands-on experience on some of the most well-known machine learning models used in symbol and speech recognition, in collaboration with the SpeeD and AI-MAS Laboratories, 10-11 November, 2012, Bucharest, Romania.


ARIA Hackathon, aims at bringing together people that are passionate about AI, as well as to demonstrate the practical side of AI in its different forms, June 2, 2012, Bucharest, Romania.