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[coll] CogSIMA 2018, Boston, MA USA, June 11-14, 2018 - Extended submission deadline: February 28, 2018

De: Patricia Dockhorn Costa pdcosta [ chez ] inf.ufes.br

Extended submission deadline: February 28, 2018!


IEEE Conference on Cognitive and Computational Aspects of Situation Management (CogSIMA 2018)
June 11-14, 2018, Northeastern University, Boston, MA USA


Sponsored by the IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society

Where Cognitive Science meets Computer Science

The CogSIMA conference series provides an annual venue for presenting multi-disciplinary research on complex heterogeneous dynamical systems - of interacting humans, machines, computer agents and/or networks - whose individual and/or collective behavior depends on their Situation Awareness.
Examples of systems include a variety of command and control systems, disaster monitoring and recovery systems, human-robot teams, physical and cyber security situation awareness systems, intelligent transportation systems, health care medical situation control systems, and many other systems.
Common to these systems is the need to adequately perceive, reflect, act, and communicate according to the current situation and expected changes - both in the environment and within the systems themselves. The amount and variable quality of information that needs to be processed in order to derive decisions typically poses significant challenges for both human cognitive capabilities and computer processing power.

The CogSIMA conferences are aimed at researchers and practitioners from academia, industry and government, with a wide variety of backgrounds and experience including computer science, human factors, cognitive science, modeling simulation, robotics, and systems engineering.

* Cognitive models of situation awareness, decision making, and situation management
* Studies of concepts of situation, context, event, goal, intention, action, activity, behavior in interactive human-machine systems
* Situation sensing, perception, comprehension, tracking, prediction and management
* Collaborative decision support
* Approaches to spatial and temporal reasoning, reasoning about goals, intentions and actions, and collective reasoning by teams of human and/or machine agents
* Metrics and evaluation of performance of hybrid human-machine systems
* Situation-dependent data integration
* Information fusion
* Modeling of situations – model acquisition, construction, adaptation and learning
* Models of human-machine collaboration, hybrid and distributed cognition
* Ontology-based computing
* Context modeling and discovering
* Systems, platforms and tools for situation awareness and decision support
* System-level experiments
* Application-specific research

Three types of paper submissions will be accepted:

Oral Papers (5-7 pages): Papers that describe new results that advance the state-of-the-art
Poster Papers (3-5 pages): Papers that describe work in progress
Late Breaking Reports (2-3 pages): Papers to present early findings of cutting-edge research

All papers must present original and unpublished work that is not currently under review elsewhere. Each paper will be reviewed by at least three independent referees.
Quantitative and/or qualitative methods and results are welcome, as well as hypotheses-driven or more open-ended exploratory work.
Submissions must clearly outline the methodology (manipulations, measurements, environment and context, etc.) and technologies used, for both replicability and enabling in-depth review.
In addition, research providing novel system designs, algorithms, interface technologies, and computational methods supporting elements of situation management are encouraged.

Interested attendees are encouraged to propose special sessions, which should select research papers to provide a focused discussion of new or innovative topics.
Each proposal must include the session title, description, and organizers. Special session papers will undergo the same review process.
At most five papers will be selected for each special session. Special session papers must be clearly indicated when submitted with a copy sent to the designated special session organizer.

Proposals are invited for half-day tutorials. Tutorials will be held on 11 June 2018.
Tutorial proposal must include tutorial title, outline and description, and bio of the tutorial instructor.
Tutorial should be submitted via EDAS as paper submissions with page limit of 1. For enquiries, please contact cogsimainfo [ chez ] ieee.org.

More information about submission can be found at: http://cogsima2018.org/authors.html

Oral/Poster Papers and Tutorials: February 28, 2018 (Extended Deadline)
Special Session Proposals: January 15, 2018
Late Breaking Reports: March 26, 2018

General Chairs:
Ken Baclawski (Northeastern University, USA)
Scott Fouse (Lockheed Martin's Advanced Technology Center, USA)
Gabe Jakobson (CyberGem Consulting, USA)

Program Chairs:
Galina Rogova (State University at Buffalo, USA)
Christian Lebiere (Carnegie Mellon, USA)
Odd Erik Gundersen (MazeMap AS, Norway)

Tutorial Chair:
Kellyn Rein (Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, Germany)

Publicity Chair:
Patrícia Dockhorn Costa (Federal University of Espirito Santo, Brazil)

Profa Patrícia Dockhorn Costa
Tutora do PET Engenharia de Computação
PPGI - Programa de Pós-Graduação em Informática
Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo - UFES


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