Welcome to Tallinn!
We are proud to announce that the 11th IEEE Conference on Cognitive and Computational Aspects of Situation Management (CogSIMA) will be held in Europe for the very first time, in the vibrant and charming Tallinn, Estonia, May 17-20, 2021!
Organized by the IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society's Technical Committee on Cognitive Situation Management, the CogSIMA conference series provides the premier venue for discussing complex heterogeneous dynamical systems - of interacting humans, machines, and computer agents - whose collective behavior depends on their cognitive capabilities to comprehend, explain, predict and act upon the surrounding operational situations.
Adhering to its successful interdisciplinary tradition, CogSIMA 2021 will provide an inspiring forum for scientists and practitioners from diverse backgrounds including cognitive science, computer science, artificial intelligence, psychology, and human factors.
Responding to many requests, the paper submission dates have been extended (final extension deadline):
- Jan 8: [Final d]: Due to multiple requests, the regular and poster paper submission deadline is extended to
- Jan 7: We are pleased to announce that Prof. Katya Sycara (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) will present a keynote address Towards Theory of Mind for Effective Human-Autonomy Teaming.
- Nov 19: We are pleased to announce that Dr. William D. Casebeer (Riverside Research’s Open Innovation Center, USA) will present a keynote address
- Nov 16: [Deadline extension]: Due to multiple requests, the paper submission deadline is extended to Jan. 11, 2021
- Nov 16: We are pleased to announce that Prof. Susan Stepney (University of York, UK) will present a keynote address on Computation as a dynamical system.
- Nov 15: We are pleased to announce that Prof. Ross Anderson (University of Cambridge, UK) will present a keynote address on Situational awareness and adversarial machine learning.
- Nov 02: We are pleased to announce that Prof. Ann Bisantz (University at Buffalo, Buffalo, USA) and Dr. Emilie Roth (Roth Cognitive Engineering, Stanford, USA) will instruct a tutorial on Getting Support Right: User and Use System Testing using a Work-centered Approach.
- Oct 21: We are pleased to announce that Prof. William Lawless (Paine College, USA) will instruct a tutorial on Interdependence and vulnerability in systems: Applying theory to define situations for autonomous systems.
: With ongoing uncertainty around COVID-19, the conference will continuously monitor the evolution of the pandemic all around the world and adapt the program to maximize engagement and deliver the best experience possible – whether in-person, virtual, or hybrid.
For questions concerning CogSIMA 2021 contact us at email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you at the conference!
Please stay tuned for further updates!