Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, CogSIMA 2020 will be held in the form of a Virtual Conference (see COVID-19 notices). Representing the first time ever that CogSIMA will take place in virtual form, we are excited about the novel opportunities this provides, allowing a wider audience to participate in the conference who otherwise would not have been able to travel to the conference location.
Check the updated Conference Program.
The Special Session on Computational Models of Cognition and Situated Behavior in Cyber-Physical-Human Systems, organized in the context of the IEEE SMC 2019 Conference, has been held on Monday, 7th October, at the Nicolaus Hotel in Bari, Italy.
Great presentations and discussions on hot topics of Cognitive Situation Management have characterized our Special Session, with the intervention of the six speakers and the interesting discussion with the audience.
A big thank you goes to all the participants in our Special Session.
Here some photos of the speakers and attendees of the Special Session Computational Models of Cognition and Situated Behavior in Cyber-Physical-Human Systems.
Find further information on the Special Session website.
Visit the updated website of the 2020 IEEE Conference on Cognitive and Computational Aspects of Situation Management (CogSIMA).
cogsima2020.org is the main website for the flagship conference organized by the CogSIMA community.
Find the latest information on the conference organization. Check out the Call for paper and take note of the important date for paper submissions.
Take a look also at the Call for Workshop Proposals: from this year, CogSIMA 2020 is soliciting the organization of Workshops on specific topics relevant to the areas of interest of CogSIMA.
More information @ www.cogsima2020.org.
For the first year, the IEEE Conference on Cognitive and Computational Aspects of Situation Management (CogSIMA2020) is soliciting proposals for workshops to be co-located with its main conference.
The conference will be held in the beautiful University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada (4-7 May 2020)
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.
Accepted workshop papers may also be published in the CogSIMA Proceedings.
Deadline for workshop proposals: October 15, 2019.
If you have questions about your workshop proposal, do not hesitate to contact the workshop chair, Kirstie L. Bellman at email@example.com
Please check the conference website for further information on the workshop proposal submission and important dates cogsima2020.org
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The Technical Committee on Cognitive Situation Management (IEEE SMC Societ) organizes the Special Session
“Computational Models of Cognition and Situated Behavior in Cyber-Physical-Human Systems”
during the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, on Monday 7th October, at the Nicolaus Hotel, Bari, Italy.
Read the program and further details here.
2020 IEEE Conference on Cognitive and Computational Aspects of Situation Management (CogSIMA)
4 -7 May 2020
University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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 2020 will provide a stimulating forum for scientists and practitioners from diverse backgrounds to advance the field of cognitive situation management. We aim to bring together researchers from computer science, artificial intelligence, human factors, cognitive science, modeling and simulation, robotics, systems engineering, and related areas, to progress towards this ambitious goal.
Application areas include autonomous vehicles, command and control systems, disaster monitoring and recovery systems, human-robot teams, physical and cyber security situation awareness and cyber warefare systems, intelligent transportation systems, health care medical situation control systems, and many others.
For further information, please visit the conference website at www.cogsima2020.org