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ISCRAM2010 - Update December 2009


ISCRAM2010
Defining Crisis Management 3.0
7th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management
May 2-5, 2010
Crowne Plaza Hotel
Seattle Washington USA

DECEMBER 2009 UPDATE

Submission of work-in-progress, discussions, and practitioner papers remain open until January 18th 2010, but submission of full research papers is now closed.

ISCRAM is aware that it serves a wide community of different disciplines spanning both academic and practitioner interests so our conferences accept a wide range of types of submission. When submission of full research papers closed at the end of November, over 80 papers had been submitted and these are now going through full double-blind, academic peer review. ISCRAM conferences are much more than presentations of research results. They are full of vibrant discussion and networking opportunities.

We are still seeking three types of submission to stimulate discussion, focus on practitioner needs and priorities and explore research still in progress:

ISCRAM2010 is still soliciting three types of submission:

1. Work in progress and discussion papers.
2. Practitioner reports and discussions which raise issues, examples and case studies, examples of best practices, improvements, and significant insights or examples.
3. Demonstrations.

We welcome any such submissions in any of our tracks and sessions.

The full call for papers is available here .

Specific calls for our tracks and sessions are available:
 

In addition there will be a special track organised by the University of Washington Conference on Safety and Security Education & Research (SASER):
 

  • Safety and Security Education (SASER). The objectives of SASER are to create a community dialogue to explore research and education priorities for (regional) safety and security. Submissions relating to this objective sought. A specific call for this track is available here
     

There will also be a number of special sessions, including
 

Submission Process and Deadline

Submissions must be in the ISCRAM housestyle. Details of this and a Word template implementing it are available here.

Submission of work-in-progress, discussions, and practitioner papers remain open until January 18th 2010.

Submission of full research papers is now closed.

Submissions should be made through the ISCRAM2010 ConfTool online submission system at https://www.conftool.com/iscram2010/

Note that a guide for reviewers is available here. It also contains further information on the reviewing criteria for submissions.

Doctoral Colloquium

On Sunday May 2, 2010 there will be a doctoral colloquium. Full details are available here. Note that application is required.

Rough Schedule of Important Dates

Early Jan 2010: Acceptances or otherwise of full papers announced.
Jan 18, 2010: Submission of work in progress papers, demos and posters.
Early Feb 2010: Closing date for applications for doctoral consortium, and any workshops or tutorials which require separate registration and pre-event communications.
Mid Feb 2010: Acceptances or otherwise of work in progress papers, demos and posters announced. Notification of acceptance of places at doctoral consortium and other workshops with limited registration.
End Feb 2010: Final submission of all accepted papers, full, work in progress or practitioner reports, for inclusion in the proceedings. Note that by this date at least one of the authors of each paper will need to have registered.
Mar 21, 2010: Early registration deadline.
May 2-5, 2010: ISCRAM2010 conference.

Further details of ISCRAM2010, as they become clear, will be published on www.iscramlive.org and through its discussion and mailing lists.

We look forward to seeing you in Seattle
Mark Haselkorn, Conference Chair
Simon French, Programme Chair
 

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