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ISCRAM2009 Call for Papers

ISCRAM2009


ISCRAM2009
6th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management
May 10-13 2009
G
öteborg, Sweden

 

 


ISCRAM2009: CALL FOR PAPERS
PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Sunday January 11, 2009
Click here to download the ISCRAM2009 Call for Papers.

 

Papers for ISCRAM2009 cover all aspects of information systems for crisis response and management, broadly defined but still related to the general tracks, and may take the form of completed research papers, research-in-progress papers as well as practitioner presentations.

TRACKS AND SPECIAL SESSIONS

Submissions can be made to one of the 9 general tracks, or directly to specific special session within a track.The following tracks and special sessions are available, additional special sessions might be added in the next few weeks.

Track on Humanitarian Actions and Operations

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Special sessions in this track are:
- IT for Crisis Management in Africa - Click here for this special session CFP
- Information inclusivity in humanitarian relief operations - for quality collection, dissemination and use - Click here for this special session CFP
- Improving ICT-use in crisis management & peace-building (ICT4Peace) - Click here for this special session CFP
- Modelling of Humanitarian Operations - Click here for this special session CFP
- Humanitarian Logistics Processes and supporting IT Systems - Click here for this special session CFP

Track on Collaboration and Social Networking

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Special sessions in this track are:
- Trust in Emergency Planning and Response - Click here for this special session CFP
- Lightweight stakeholder collaboration in emergency knowledge engineering - Click here for this special session CFP

Track on Human-Computer Interaction

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Special sessions in this track are:
- HCI Design for Emergency Systems - Click here for this special session CFP
- Requirements and Solutions for Information Overload in Emergency Preparedness and Management - Click here for this special session CFP
- Requirements engineering as the key to user acceptance - Click here for this special session CFP

Track on Geo-Information Support

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Special session in this track:
- Sensor Networks in Crisis Management - Click here for this special session CFP

Track on Intelligent Systems

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This track has no special sessions - all submissions according to the CFP are welcome.

Track on Standardization and Ontologies

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Special session in this track:
- Architectures to support interoperability between partners of crisis reduction - Click here for this special session CFP

Track on Research methods

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Special session in this track:
- Ethnography and technology development for crisis management - Click here for this special session CFP

Track on Technologies, Tools and Demos

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Special sessions in this track:
- Studies of Command and Control Systems - Click here for this special session CFP

Open-track

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All contributions that do not specifically fit in one of the tracks above can be submitted to this Open track. Special sessions in this track are:
- Bio-surveillance in Crisis Response and Management - Click here for this special session CFP
- Information Processing in Environmental Crisis Management & Response - Click here for this special session CFP
- How to compute situation awareness - Click here for this special session CFP
- Simulation and Emergency Managemen - Click here for this special session CFP

Type of Contributions

All tracks and special sessions invite research papers and practitioner contributions. Research papers should document established results and be presented to high academic standards. Research-in-progress papers may address issues still under development. Practitioner presentations may address issues based on practical experience and relevance but without the traditional academic focus on rigor.

Submission categories: Research papers (5000 words), Research-in-progress (2500 words), Practitioner presentations (250 words).

Submission templates are available at: www.iscramlive.org

All submissions made to general tracks and special sessions will be peer-reviewed in a double blind process. Submissions that do not qualify for acceptance in a special session will be transferred to the general track for review.

Submissions must be made online at the ISCRAM2009 submission site

Important Dates:

January 11, 2009: Paper submission deadline
February 16, 2009: Notification of (conditional) acceptance
March 1, 2009: Final paper submission deadline
March 9, 2009: Final author notification
March 22, 2009: Early Registration deadline
May 10-13, 2009: ISCRAM2009 conference
 

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