The conference will be virtual. Details and instructions will be given shortly.

We have reserved a meeting room to follow the conference on-site if some participants desire to come to Granada and Covid-19 situation allows it. The meeting room is in the Carmen de la Victoria . The Carmen de la Victoria is located in the Albayzín Hill, in the Arab quarter Axaris, which has been full of orchards, gardens and cármenes since the Arabs inhabited Granada. It has one of the best views of the Alhambra Palaces. Some rooms are also available for people that want to stay there and others in another residence, Corrala de Santiago located in the historical quarter of ‘El Realejo’ and at a walking distance of the Carmen de la Victoria.

Given the current uncertainties associated with Covid-19 we have prepared a two steps procedure where first each participant has to declare his/her intention to attend in person and then confirm it by (May 31st). This can help us to estimate the number of people willing to come to Granada and making final decisions and arrangements.


  • Intention to participate and room reservation should be done by using this web form. Even if the deadline for room reservation is over, you can send us a reservation request and then we will check the availability in the university residences.
  • Confirmation of the participation should be done by May 31st.
  • The basic conference organization is virtual and registration will entitle for online attendance.
  • The idea behind the physical presence in Granada is to reinforce the interchange of ideas and social interaction.
  • Some social activities will be scheduled for people coming to Granada, but these will depend on the number of people and Covid-19 conditions.
  • The costs associated with this participation will be splitted between physical participants (apart from registration), though we are working in order to keep this amount very low.

More info

About Granada

The city

Granada is the capital city of the province of Granada, in the autonomous community of Andalucia, Spain. Granada is located at the foot of Sierra Nevada mountains, with an average elevation of 738 meters above sea level. The 2005 national census estimates a population aroung 470,000. For more information, see Granada Wikipedia page.


With more than a thousand years of recorded history, Granada enjoys one of Spain's most important cultural and architectural patrimonies. The city was founded by the Romans under the name of Illibris. Later, after the invasion of the Iberian Peninsula by the Muslims in the 8th century, the city received its current name. The Catholic Monarchs conquered the city in 1492 finishing the Reconquista or Christian Reconquest of the Iberian Peninsula. During the siege of the city, Queen Isabella received Cristopher Columbus and granted him the means in order to embark on his trip to the West Indies (more details are included in History section of Wikipedia page.


Besides the Alhambra, the world renowned palaces and fortresses of the Nasrid dinasty, and the historical Moorish Albaicin quarter, both designated as World Heritage by UNESCO, Granada boasts a Renaissance cathedral dating from the 16th century and many other architectual monuments of the first magnitude: Royal Chapel, the Monastery of la Cartuja, the Monastery of San Jerónimo, etc. More info in Heritage and monuments.

Brochures and maps

Some scanned brochures:

Tourist office links


Important dates

  • Submission deadlines:
    • Long and short papers: February 10th, 2021.
    • Title and abstract: February 20th, 2021.
    • Full paper: February 28th, 2021.
    • 1-page abstracts: April 20th, 2021.
    • Poster abstracts: May 15th, 2021.
    • Poster abstracts final version: June 15th, 2021.
  • Paper notification: April 15th, 2021.
  • Paper final version due: May 10th, 2021.


ISIPTA 2021 is organised by the UTAI group, a research group of the Department of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, University of Granada.

For info about the conference, contact For comments about the website, contact Manuel Gómez-Olmedo.