This page outlines all the information regarding the submission of papers, tracks, posters, and workshops for the 2018 ISCRAM conference.
Call for Submissions
Please use the templates below when submitting your proposal.
- Conference Paper Template (MS Word)
- Conference Paper Template (LaTeX)
- Conference Poster Proposal Template (MS Word)
- Conference Track Proposal Template
- Conference Workshop Proposal Template
- Conference Paper Copyright Form (MS Word)
- Conference Poster Generic Template (MS PPTX) - includes sizing specifications
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T1 - Analytical Modeling and Simulation
Chairs: Christopher Zobel and Josey Chacko
T2 - Command & Control Studies
Chairs: Björn JE Johansson, Peter Berggren, and Nicoletta Baroutsi
T3 - Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues (ELSI)
Chairs: Monika Büscher, Katrina Petersen, and Caroline Rizza
T4 - Logistics and Supply Chain Management in Crisis Response
Chairs: Bernd Hellingrath, Gyöngyi Kovács, and Adam Widera
T5 - Cybersecurity Issues and Innoations for Crisis Response
Chairs: Tim Clark, Vitaveska Lanfranchi, and Ryan Mullins
T6 - Geospatial Technologies and Geographic Information Science for Crisis Management (GIS)
Chairs: João Porto de Albuquerque, Alexander Zipf, and Flávio E. A. Horita
T7 - Planning, Foresight and Risk Analysis
Chairs: Victor A. Bañuls, Murray Turoff, and José H. Canós
T8 - Social Media Studies
Chairs: Roxanne Hiltz, Amanda Lee Hughes, Imran Muhammad, and Christian Reuter
T9 - Universal Design of ICT in Emergency Management
Chairs: Terje Gjøsæter, Jaziar Radianti, and Weiqin Chen
T10 - Case studies and reflections from practice
This track is for any submissions that (a) do not fit with any of the other available paper tracks, (b) provide specific insights and reflections from crisis management practice, or (c) are submissions from non-academic, crisis management practitioners.
T11 - Community Engagement & Healthcare Systems
Chairs: Zeno Franco, Bas Lijnse, Reem Abbas, and Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed,
T12 - Designing for Resilience
Chairs: Jeroen Wolbers, Louise Comfort, Anouck Adrot, and Kees Boersma
T13- Open Track
This track is for any submissions that do not fit with any of the other available paper tracks.
Chair: Danielle Smith
Workshops and Tutorials
1st International Workshop on Intelligent Crisis Management Technologies for Climate Events (ICMT)
Chairs: Anastasios Karakostas, Claudio Rossi, Daniel Sempere Torres, and Stefanos Vrochidis
Location Extraction and Georeferencing in Social Media: Challenges, Techniques, and Applications
Chairs: Hussein S. Al-Olimat, Amir Hossein Yazdavar, Krishnaprasad Thirunarayan, and Amit Sheth
D1 - Doctoral Colloquium call for Participation
Chairs: Fiona McNeill and Kathleen Moore
Overall 2018 ISCRAM Conference Schedule and Deadlines
Sunday 15 October 2017: Submission of proposals for special events - track proposals, special sessions, special events, workshops, and tutorials. Sunday 3 December 2017: Submission of Completed Research papers (CoRe) *** DEADLINE EXTENDED: Sunday 10 December 2017: Submission of Completed Research papers (CoRe) Sunday 7 January 2018: Acceptances or otherwise of Completed Research papers (CoRe ) *** DEADLINE EXTENDED: Wednesday 17 January 2018 : Acceptances or otherwise of Completed Research papers (CoRe).
*Note: Core Research papers (CoRe) can be accepted as Work in progress (WiPe) (if CoRe paper is of decent quality) or poster (if of marginal quality) to allow author a second chance for 27 January 2018 deadline.
Sunday 21 January 2018: Submission of Work in Progress (WiPe) papers, demos and posters. *** DEADLINE EXTENDED: Saturday 27 January 2018: Submission of Work in Progress (WiPe) papers and demos. Sunday 18 February 2018: Acceptances or otherwise of Work in Progress (WiPe) papers, demos and posters announced. Notification of acceptance of places at doctoral consortium and other workshops with limited registration. *** DEADLINE EXTENDED: Saturday 24 February 2018: Acceptances or otherwise of Work in Progress (WiPe) papers and demos announced. *Note: WiPe paper can be accepted as a poster (if of decent/marginal quality) to allow author a second chance and still have only one deadline. Thursday 1 March 2018: Doctoral Consortium application deadline. Saturday 10 March 2018: Submission of posters. Sunday 25 March 2018: Final submission of all accepted papers – CoRe and WiPe in camera ready form (and in revised format, if applicable), for inclusion in the proceedings. Sunday 1 April 2018: Final acceptances or otherwise of re-submitted materials as a quality check that authors followed-up on reviewer instructions given in Saturday 24 February 2018 notification. Sunday 1 April 2018: Early registration deadline.
Sunday 15 April 2018: By this date at least one of the authors of each paper will need to have registered for inclusion in the proceedings.
More details on papers, registrations, authors, and presenters: Each accepted paper must have (at least) one registered author specifically covering it.It means that if one author has two papers accepted, someone else (a co-author) should register for one of these papers (even if this co-author will finally not attend the conference).
As a example, you can have three accepted papers: paper 1 (authors A, B, and C), paper 2 (author A), paper 3 (authors A and D).
There must be three single registrations for these three papers: for instance B for 1, A for 2 and D for 3.
But, it is possible to have only A attending the conference and presenting the three papers.
20-23 May 2018: ISCRAM 2018 conference, Rochester, NY, USA
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