CALL FOR PAPERS
2021 IEEE Aerospace Conference
Yellowstone Conference Center

Big Sky, Montana, March 6-13, 2021

HUMAN-SYSTEMS INTERACTION Session, IEEE Aerospace Conference 2021

Abstracts are currently being accepted, due July 1, 2020. 

 

Dear all,

We are now calling for abstracts for paper, for the session Human-Systems
Interaction at the IEEE Aerospace Conference in Big Sky, Montana. This
session consistently draws a fascinating group of innovators in our field
for stimulating discussions in a fantastic setting. 

 

 

Humans are the most critical element in system safety, reliability and
performance. Their creativity, adaptability and problem-solving capabilities
are key to resilient operations across the different aerospace applications.
This session focuses on the technologies and techniques leading to effective
interfaces between humans and spacecraft, robots, and other aerospace
systems.  

 

Specific topics of interests  for this session include HCI-HMI, multimodal
sensory integration such as vision, haptics and audio, situational
awareness, tele-operation interfaces, data and scientific visualization,
virtual and mixed reality environments, augmented reality and natural user
interfaces as applied to design, production, operations, and analysis, as
well as training and for decision support.

 

Application of novel solutions from other domains and how they can be
applied to aerospace domain, specifically contributing to an efficient human
systems interaction are also of interest.

 

If you would like to participate, please submit a 500-word abstract for
consideration at http://aeroconf.org/ <http://aeroconf.org/>  by July 1,
2020.  Please select "10.07: Human-Systems Interaction" as the suggested
session. Draft papers will be due on October 16, 2020 for review, and
accepted papers must be submitted in final form by January 15, 2021. 

Feel free to forward this email to anyone who might be interested in
submitting a paper to this session.

Best Regards,

Session Chairs

Dr. Janki Dodiya ([log in to unmask]), German Aerospace Center (DLR)

Prof. Dr. Andreas Gerndt ([log in to unmask]), German Aerospace Center
(DLR)

 

 


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