ECCE 2013 – 31st European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics

Work, Education, Society

August 26th-28th, 2013, Toulouse, France

The 2013 European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics (ECCE 2013) is the 31st annual conference of the European Association of Cognitive Ergonomics (EACE). It is a premier and long-standing conference in the area, also covering cognitive engineering and human technology interaction. The ECCE series of conferences provide an excellent opportunity for researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas and experiences about all aspects of cognitive ergonomics.
The main theme of ECCE 2013 is “Work, Education, Society”. 

21st century society bears witness to an increasing inter-penetration of the worlds of work and education. Education infiltrates work, given needs for flexibility and lifelong learning, supported by training. At all levels, education is increasingly oriented towards the wider world of work, as evidenced by project-oriented pedagogies. Online communities of practice provide evidence that learning crosses the boundaries of established societal institutions. Such evolutions question the inter-relationship between productive and constructive activities, together with the requirement to examine the influence of embedded technical, social and organizational environments. What is the potential, in terms of autonomy, possible actions, and control of tasks or activities, for the cognitive development of individuals and teams?
In addition to the general topics of the ECCE conference series, we seek to encourage significant dialogue and discussion among conference participants on this main theme.

Submissions in the form of long papers, short papers, and posters are welcomed. The main conference will be followed by a full day dedicated to Workshops and to a Doctoral Consortium. 

More information can be found on the ECCE 2013 website: http://ecce2013.eace.net/   

Conference Co-chairs: Françoise Détienne, Philippe Palanque, André Tricot 
Papers and Short Papers Co-chairs: Flore Barcellini, Tjerk De Greef 
Doctoral Consortium Co-chairs: Jean-Marie Burkhardt, Dianne Murray, Gerrit van der Veer 
Poster and Demonstrations Co-chairs: José Cañas, Cédric Bach 
Workshop Co-chairs: Frédéric Dehais, Ludovic Le bigot
March 4th, 2013: submission of workshop proposals.
April 5th, 2013: submission of long and short papers, demonstration, posters and doctoral consortium papers. 

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