ISCRAM2014 CONFERENCE THEME: Empowering Citizens and Communities through Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management
Through this theme we will focus on the local community, the individual, and the technologies that can be employed to improve crisis response at the very local level.
Track chairs (usually at least two and no more than four) are among the most important contributors for ISCRAM conferences. Track chair responsibilities include:
To submit a proposal, please use the template provided here and submit it to email@example.com.
ISCRAM2014 is expected to consist of approximately 16 tracks, including panels. These will include the standard tracks offered successfully at recent meetings (listed below) as well as some new tracks related to the conference theme or emerging topics. A limited number of proposals for new track themes will be accepted. . (We have contacted potential track chairs for the “standard” tracks to request a new proposal). No proposed track that strongly overlaps the standard tracks will be accepted.
Standard tracks include:
At least one author must be registered for the conference by April 1, so work on the schedule and proceedings can begin.
Saturday, May 17th, 2014: Arrival for pre-conference attendees.
Sunday,May18: Doctoral Consortium, Tutorials and Workshop, Beer evening
Monday, May 19, 2014: Opening Day of Conference.
Tuesday, May 20,)2014: Middle Day of Conference. Iscram Association Meeting. Conference Banquet.
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 through about 5 pm: Last Day of Conference.