Workshop Proposals

CogSIMA workshops will provide a meeting for presenting novel ideas in a less formal venue that focuses on specific topics relevant to the wide areas of interest to CogSIMA. The aim of the workshops is to stimulate and facilitate active exchange, interaction, and comparison of approaches, methods, and ideas. To motivate the discussion and participation of all the workshop attendants, we encourage organizers to get away from the typical “mini-conference” format of a workshop, and include more discussion sessions, panels, etc. Workshop proposal lenght is limited to 1 page.

Proposals for workshops are due 2 November 2020.

Requirements for Submission

The 1-page Proposals for workshops should be organized as a preliminary call for papers or call for participation, and contain the following information:

  • Title of the workshop.
  • A brief technical description of the workshop, specifying the workshop goals, the technical issues that it will address, and the relevance of the workshop to the main conference, COGSIMA
  • The names, affiliations, and email addresses of the proposed workshop organizing committee.
  • The primary email address for contacting the organizing committee.
  • Expected duration of the workshop (half or full day).
  • A brief description of the workshop format (e.g., talks and panels; breakout sessions, etc.).

For inquiries, please contact admin@cogsima.org.

News

We are accepting submissions! Please submit your paper here.

Nov 19: Dr. William D. Casebeer (Riverside Research’s Open Innovation Center, USA) will present a keynote address.
Nov 16: Deadline Extension: Paper submissions are due Jan 11, 2021.
Nov 16: Prof. Susan Stepney (University at Buffalo, USA) will present a keynote address on Computation as a dynamical system.
Nov 15: Prof. Ross Anderson (University of Cambridge, UK) will present a keynote address on Situational awareness and adversarial machine learning.
Nov 02: Prof. Ann Bisantz (University at Buffalo, USA) and Dr. Emilie Roth (Roth Cognitive Engineering, USA) will instruct a tutorial on Getting Support Right: User and Use System Testing using a Work-centered Approach.
Oct 21: Prof. William Lawless (Paine College, USA) will instruct a tutorial on Interdependence and vulnerability in systems: Applying theory to define situations for autonomous systems. 
Sep 24: The IEEE CogSIMA official website is online! 

 

 

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