Second call: ECCE 2012 – European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics
August 28 – 31, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, UK
Deadline for workshop and tutorial proposals: 2 March 2012!
ECCE 2012 is the 30th conference of the European Association of Cognitive
Ergonomics. We invite long or short papers, posters, demonstrations,
doctoral work-in-progress and proposals for workshops and tutorials in the
areas of cognitive ergonomics, human technology interaction and cognitive
engineering. This year’s theme is Re-thinking cognition.
Cognition is no longer viewed as being merely “rules and representations” but is now seen
to be situated, distributed, shared, embodied and embedded. We invite
researchers to consider how these new treatments have shaped and perhaps,
even, overturned their thinking and practice.
Accepted submissions in all categories will be published in the
proceedings, which will also be available in the ACM digital library.
Authors of the best quality papers will be invited to submit to a special
issue of the journal Behaviour and Information Technology.
Professor Yvonne Rogers, Director of University College London Interaction Centre;
Professor Philippe Palanque, IRIT (Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse)
Professor Mike Wheeler, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Stirling
-Submission of workshop and tutorial proposals: 2 March 2012 (notification
of acceptance 16 March)
-Submission of long and short papers, posters/demos and doctoral
work-in-progress: 2 April 2012 (notification of acceptance 21 May)
-Camera-ready copy for all categories: 29 June 2012
-Workshops/tutorials/doctoral consortium: 28 August 2012
-Main conference sessions: 29 – 31 August 2012
Edinburgh in late August sees the annual
Festivals<http://www.edinburghfestivals.co.uk/> draw to a close. Delegates
arriving early may be able to catch the final events of the Fringe, while
the International Festival ends with fireworks on 2 September. We have
reserved a reasonable quota of hotel rooms, but you are advised to book