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ISCRAM2011: research in progress papers / practitioner reports deadline extension

 

ISCRAM2011
From early-warning systems to preparedness and training
8th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management
May 8-11 2011
LNEC Congress Centre
Lisbon, Portugal
http://iscram2011.lnec.pt

Research In Progress Papers and Practitioner Reports: deadline extension to December 22 2010
 

Each year, ISCRAM brings together top researchers and practitioners working in the area of information systems and crisis management. The conference provides an excellent opportunity to exchange information and knowledge on new research and best practices with a diverse group of colleagues. In 2011, ISCRAM will be held in the vibrant city of Lisbon, Portugal.

:: SUBMISSIONS ::

*Papers
ISCRAM 2011 welcomes papers covering all aspects of information systems for crisis response and management. Representative areas include the following:

  • Early warning and alert systems
  • Planning and foresight
  • Education and training
  • Risk perception, analysis and management
  • Analytical Information systems
  • Advanced Research Methods and Unconventional Results
  • Social media and Collaborative Systems
  • Human-computer interaction
  • Standards, ontologies and interoperability
  • Intelligent technologies, including rescue robotics
  • Decision analysis and decision technologies
  • Geographic information science and crisis management
  • Humanitarian challenges
     

*Other types of submissions
We welcome proposals for workshops (pre-conference) and panels, for sessions that highlight collaborations between industry and academia, and for sessions that encourage creative forms of interaction between session participants and attendees. There are also be opportunities for submitting work-in-progress papers, practitioner papers, and demonstrations.

*Volunteering
If you are interested in helping to organize a track in one of the above areas (or wish to propose a track in a different area), please contact either of the program co-chairs at the address below.

:: KEY DATES ::
 

  • 22 December 2010 - Submission of work-in-progress papers and practitioner papers
  • Mid January 2011 - Notification of acceptance for full research papers
  • End January 2011 - Notification of acceptance for work-in-progress and practitioner papers
  • 15 January 2011 - Submission of proposals for demonstrations
  • 01 February 2011 - Submission of applications for Doctoral Colloquium
  • End February 2011 - Submission of revised, camera-ready full research papers; notification of acceptance for Doctoral Colloquium and demonstrations
  • 18 March 2011 - Deadline for early registration

:: PROGRAM ::
ISCRAM 2011 will include pre-conference workshops, keynote addresses, presentations of papers, and ongoing demonstrations of leading-edge technologies. Doctoral students are encouraged to consider participating in the Doctoral Colloquium. Prizes are given for best conference paper and best student-led paper.

:: PROCEEDINGS ::
All submissions will be peer reviewed. A digital copy of the proceedings will be included with conference registration.

:: FURTHER INFORMATION ::
Instructions for preparing and submitting contributions to the conference, as well as further information on the conference itself, can be found on the conference website:
http://www.iscram.org/legacy/iscram2011

Questions should be directed to either of the program committee co-chairs at the addresses below.

:: ORGANIZING COMMITTEE ::
Maria A. Santos (Conference Chair), National Civil Engineering Laboratory, Portugal
Julie Dugdale (Program Co-chair), Grenoble University, France (dugdale@imag.fr)
David Mendonca (Program Co-chair), New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA (mendonca@njit.edu)

Institutional Members

PARTNERS

     

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