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11th International Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making (NDM11)

May 21 and May 22-24, 2013, Marseille, France

http://www.ndm11.org/


Deadline to submit paper is getting closer!



Call for Papers and  Doctoral Consortium Submission deadline:     January 14, 2013. 


You are invited to submit a paper for the 11th  International Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making (NDM). The conference will take place in Marseille, France on May 22nd  to 24th, 2013.
Naturalistic Decision Making (NDM) is focused on decision-making in demanding situation, where people perform complex cognitive functions in challenging contexts. NDM is also interested by conception and position of technological, numerical environments (information systems, decision support systems, communication systems) used by experts during their tasks and activities of control, supervision and decision.

We invite proposals for oral presentations and posters on new work focusing on complex cognitive functions that emerge in natural settings, including, but not limited to, topics on: Common Ground; Coordination; Decision Making; Expertise; Externalized/Embedded Cognition; Learning and Training; Mental Models; Mental Simulation and Story-boarding; Planning and Prediction; Problem Solving/Trouble-shooting; Rigor/Resilience; Sensemaking; Situation Awareness/Situation Assessment; Uncertainty Management.


And don't miss our invited speakers :

* Pietro Carlo Cacciabue (Politecnico di Milano, ITA)
* Raanan Lipshitz (University of Haifa, ISR)
* Janine Rogalski (University Paris 8, FRA)
* Jan-Maarten Shraagen (TNO Defence, Security and Safety, Business Unit Human Factors and University of Twente, NLD)




==  REGULAR CONFERENCE  PAPERS ==

SUBMISSIONS
Full papers
A full paper is an original contribution with novel methodologies or new insights that advance the science and application of Naturalistic Decision Making. 
Each full paper must:
•	Be no more than 3,000 words including the references, or 8 pages in length including the illustrations
•	Conform to the NDM11 paper format requirements. 
•	Include a structured abstract of no more than 150 words, without reference.
Accepted proposals will be presented as oral presentations at the conference. Please note that some papers not accepted for oral presentation will have the possibility to be presented as posters.
Posters
A poster illustrates pilot research, research in progress, or the design of a system or process, with a clear statement of the degree of innovation.
Each full paper must:
•	Be no more than 1,500 words including the references, or 4 pages in length including the illustrations
•	Conform to the NDM11 paper format requirements. 
•	Include a structured abstract of no more than 100 words, without reference.
Accepted proposals will be presented as posters at the conference.
Paper format requirements
They are reachable on the conference website.

Depending on your needs, the requirements are available as:
•	A word dot template: http://www.ndm11.org/NDMConfTemplate.dot
•	A word dotx template: http://www.ndm11.org/NDMConfTemplate.dotx
•	A word document: http://www.ndm11.org/NDMConf.docx
•	A pdf document: http://www.ndm11.org/NDMConf.pdf

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
The Scientific Committee will review all submissions. Detailed submission guidelines and formats are available at the NDM11 website: www.ndm11.org. 
All submissions must be in English and must conform to the prescribed submission guidelines and formats. Over-length papers or papers that are not following the prescribed submission format may be rejected without review or asked to resubmit. All paper and poster submissions must not be in press or under consideration for presentation or publication elsewhere. 

All submissions must be made through the conference submission email:
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A submission will include:
•	A cover letter as the email text.
•	The proposal as an attached Word document
•	A Submission Form as an attached pdf document.
The Submission Form is a PDF document you must fill before joining it to your email. This document can be downloaded from the Conference website, or http://www.ndm11.org/SubmissionForm.pdf
Accepted contributions can only be included in the final conference program if at least one author registers for the conference and commits to presenting the work.
Selected contributions may be invited to be submitted for publication into an indexed journal as an expanded paper. 
Proposals will be selected based on the following criteria:
•	Clarity of the proposal
•	Relevance to track and to conference goals Timeliness/importance of the work
•	Whether there is a substantial contribution to NDM research, theory, and/or practice
•	Appropriate scope and focus for session type


==  DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM  ==

The NDM11 Doctoral Consortium provides an opportunity for doctoral students to explore and develop their research interests in a more restricted and casual workshop, under the guidance of a panel of recognised researchers and professors in the field of NDM. The goal of this Doctoral Consortium is to help students with their thesis works and plans by providing feedbacks and general advices in a constructive and international atmosphere. We invite students who feel they would benefit from this kind of feedback on their dissertation work to apply for this opportunity to share their work both with others students and seniors in the field. 
The doctoral consortium will take place in Marseille, France on May 21nd. In this workshop, students will present their research advances, focusing on main theme of their thesis, what they have achieved so far and how they plan to continue their work. Then, a time will be reserved for discussion and feedback from both seniors and others participants.

The topic scope for submission to the doctoral consortium is the same as those listed in the NDM11 call for papers. The format is the following one: 
•	Be no more than 2,000 words including the references or 6 pages max in length including the illustrations.
•	Conform to the NDM11 paper format requirements. 
•	Include a structured abstract of no more than 150 words, without reference.
Doctoral paper describes the work in progress; it should also outline what work remains to be done for the dissertation. Things to consider are:
•	the expected contribution to the field;
•	the original idea or thesis statement;
•	the problem domain and the specific problem addressed;
•	a brief overview of related work;
•	the methodological approach;
•	research carried out and results so far.

Submissions will be judged upon clarity, originality of the submitted materials in the context of NDM topics.
All submissions will be reviewed by the doctoral consortium chairwomen and will be assisted by consortium panellists. If accepted, an applicant may be asked to make minor clarifications and edits to their research summary before the final camera-ready version is due. The accepted doctoral consortium submissions will be published in the NDM11 proceedings in a specific chapter.

Pr. Christine Chauvin (Lab-STICC, UMR CNRS 6285, Université de Bretagne Sud) and Françoise Anceaux (LAMIH-PERCOTEC, UMR CNRS 8201) will take on the management of the NDM 2011 Doctoral Consortium. 
For more information, you can contact them at the following email: [log in to unmask] and [log in to unmask] 
Detailed submission guidelines and formats are available at the NDM11 website: www.ndm11.org. 

All submissions must be made through the conference submission email:
[log in to unmask]

A submission will include:
•	A cover letter as the email text
•	The proposal as an attached Word document
•	A Submission Form as an attached pdf document.
The Submission Form is a PDF document you must fill before joining it to your email. This document can be downloaded from the Conference website, or http://www.ndm11.org/SubmissionForm.pdf


==  VENUE  ==
The conference will be held at the Mercure Marseille Centre Hotel. 
Please visit the Conference website for more information about accomodations and Conference fees.


==  CONTACT INFORMATION  ==
For questions regarding the scientific program and submission requirements, please write to the Program Co-Chairs: 
Hervé Chaudet ([log in to unmask]),
OR Liliane Pellegrin ([log in to unmask]),
OR Nathalie Bonnardel ([log in to unmask]) 
For other queries concerning the venue, please visit the Conference website or write to [log in to unmask]


For a complete listing of all chairs and program committee members, please visit the conference website.

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