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ISCRAM2007 Conference

CFP: Human Computer Interaction in Crisis Management

In crisis situations decision makers are confronted with so-called chaotic complex environments: environments that constantly change in reaction to different causes that are not easily influenced or understood. Hence information systems for crisis management must reliable, effective, safe and trustworthy. Moreover whenever a critical situation arises in which humans have to react quickly and wisely, the quality of the user interface of the system is crucial. Read more about CFP: Human Computer Interaction in Crisis Management

CFP: Research Methods in Emergency Management

This session will present state of the art research methods intended to improve the understanding of human decision making during disaster response and recovery. The session will focus on methods that have been applied and evaluated, whether in the field, laboratory or in computer-based simulations.

More information in the Special Session Call for Papers Read more about CFP: Research Methods in Emergency Management

CFP: Grounding Research in Reality

That is all very well in practice, but it will never work in theory! Anonymous Read more about CFP: Grounding Research in Reality

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