CALL FOR PAPERS: European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics (ECCE 2016)
6th – 8th September 2016, Nottingham, UK
ECCE 2016 is the 34th annual conference of the European Association of Cognitive Ergonomics. This leading conference in cognitive ergonomics, human technology interaction and cognitive engineering provides the opportunity for both researchers and practitioners to exchange new ideas and practical experiences from a variety of domains.
The main theme of ECCE 2016 is simulation, visualisation and digital technologies. We invite long and short papers, demo and poster submissions, and doctoral consortium applications. We also welcome proposals for panel sessions.
· February 15, 2016, 5pm (CET): Due date for all submissions
· May 2, 2016: Notification of acceptance
· June 15, 2016, 5pm (CET): Camera-ready version of accepted contributions
· July 16, 2016, 5pm (CET): Early registration deadline
· September 5, 2016: ECCE 2016 Doctoral Consortium
· September 6-8, 2016: ECCE 2016 Conference
We invite papers from researchers and practitioners which address the broad spectrum of ergonomics challenges and opportunities in the areas of simulation, visualisation and digital technologies. This includes, but is not limited to, the following topics:
· Decision aiding, information presentation and visualization
· Human-Computer Interaction
· Cognitive process of design
· Human Factors and simulation
· Human decision making and problem solving
· Design methods, tools, and methodologies for supporting cognitive tasks
· Trust and control in complex systems
· Cognitive task analysis and modelling
· Motivation, engagement, goal sharing
· Methods and tools for studying cognitive tasks
· Situation awareness
· Human learning behaviour
· Human error and reliability
· Resilience and diversity
All submissions should be written in English and authors should anonymise their papers. All submissions fulfilling the submission requirements will be peer-reviewed, and accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings which will be made available in the ACM digital library. Submissions must follow the ACM conference proceedings formatting guidelines<http://www.sigchi.org/publications/chipubform>. Submissions via EasyChair must be in PDF format.
Proposals for panel sessions should be submitted by email to Glyn Lawson<mailto:[log in to unmask]>, conference chair.
Submissions can be long papers, short papers, or posters and demonstrations. Doctoral candidates may also submit to the ECCE 2016 Doctoral Consortium<http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/conference/fac-eng/ecce16/doctoral-consortium/doctoral-consortium.aspx>; please see website for application details.
Long papers (max. 8 pages) should describe original, completed research work that contributes to the conference topics. Short papers (max. 4 pages) may describe work-in-progress, practical experiences, and innovative concepts or approaches which can promote discussion.
The poster and demonstration sessions aim to show work in a setting which facilitates open discussion. These sessions are suitable for authors who wish to present and demonstrate their work, smaller projects, systems or prototypes in a more interactive and informal setting during ECCE2016. Poster and demonstration papers should be not exceed 2 pages, explaining the work to be presented, how it will be presented, and the relevance of the presentation to conference attendees. If there are any particular space requirements for the demonstration (e.g. size of equipment, power, networking etc.) please also email the programme chair<mailto:[log in to unmask]> listing your requirements to ensure that we can accommodate your needs.
General Chair: Glyn Lawson
Programme Chairs: Geert de Haan, Tessa Roper
Scientific Chair: Sarah Sharples
Doctoral Consortium Coordinator: Davide Salanitri
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