Call for Late-breaking work and doctoral consortium submissions
To complement the full and short papers we invite researchers and practitioners to submit late-breaking work. Suitable topics include early results of ongoing work, student papers, practitioner summaries and reflections on practice on any aspect of mental workload. The submissions can take the form of extended abstracts, posters or demonstrations.
The doctoral consortium is an opportunity for PhD candidates, in areas related to mental workload, to present their research work, at a stage where feedback from the community might be beneficial (initial or intermediate). Candidates will discuss the work with experts in the area and with peers in a friendly atmosphere where discussion and contributions will be encouraged. Candidates should have defined their research plan and the work should not be completed in order to take advantage of the feedback from the doctoral consortium.
Extended abstracts format:
Extended abstract are of 2 pages max (plus references) following the instruction here.
Posters and demos may be used to present the results of studies not yet at publication stage, or unsuitable for oral presentation at this stage. A short abstract (200 words) should be submitted describing the proposed poster or demo.
The format of the poster is 120cm x 147cm (47” x 58”). Poster boards and fixing material will be provided to mount your posters during the conference.
A technology, pieces of software or device can be demoed on a personal computer or device, and a desk will be assigned to the presenter at the conference venue during the programme.
All accepted extended abstracts, posters and demos must register for the conference to be included in the final programme.
Note: extended abstract, posters and demos cannot be included in the Springer conference proceedings.