in Elsevier's Information & Software Technology
This special issue on human judgment and decision-making in software development and management (psychology of software development and management) welcomes contributions on normative, descriptive and prescriptive analyses of human judgments and decisions in software development and management contexts.
Suggested topics include, but are not restricted to:
Submission deadline: 1 November 2008
Special issue editor: Prof. Magne Jørgensen, Simula Research Laboratory, Oslo, Norway (Please, send an email to magnej (at) simula.no for information about the submission and review process.)
24 - 26 June 2008 Maternushaus, Cologne.
The aim of the annual international conference on e-Social Science is to bring together leading representatives of the social science, e-Infrastructure, cyberinfrastructure and e-Research communities in order to improve mutual awareness and promote coordinated activities to accelerate research, development and deployment of powerful, new methods and tools for the social sciences and beyond.
We invite contributions from members of the social science, e-Infrastructure, cyberinfrastructure and e-Research communities with experience of, or interests in:
Exploring, developing, and applying new methods, practices, and tools afforded by new infrastructure technologies - such as the Grid and Web 2.0 - in order to further social science research; and studying issues impacting on the wider take-up of e-Research.
Contributions from professionals working in and with data services to support research and teaching in the social sciences are especially welcome.
Submission categories include: full and short papers, posters, demos, workshops, tutorials and panels.
Topics of interest include, but are not restricted to, the following:
Authors are requested to submit an abstract of approximately 1000 words.
Workshop, tutorial and panel organisers are requested to submit a one page outline of the topic, format, likely audience, special requirements.
Paper abstracts: 26 January 2009.
Workshop, tutorial and panel outlines: 23 February 2009.
Poster and demo abstracts: 23 March 2009.
For full submission details and more information, please visit the conference website
ICCM is the premier international conference for research on computational models and computation-based theories of human behavior. ICCM is a forum for presenting, discussing, and evaluating the complete spectrum of cognitive models, including connectionism, symbolic modeling, dynamical systems, Bayesian modeling, and cognitive architectures. ICCM includes basic and applied research, across a wide variety of domains, ranging from low-level perception and attention to higher-level problem-solving and learning. Conference website
Submissions are not yet open. Further information will be posted on the website. Follows on from an the earlier 2007 conference.