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HCI-Aero 2010 : International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Aeronautics


When Nov 3, 2010 - Nov 5, 2010
Where Cape Canaveral, FL, USA
Submission Deadline Apr 2, 2010
Notification Due Jun 15, 2010
Final Version Due Jul 31, 2010
Categories    HCI   aeronautics

Call For Papers

The methods for description, development and evaluation of Human-Computer systems are evolving as new aeronautics and spaceflight technologies are introduced. The goal of HCI-Aero 2010 is to focus on sharing lessons learned across industry, government and academia, and the development of new methods that allow us to continue the current, unprecedented safety observed in aviation operations.

In aeronautics, the introduction of new airborne and ground-based technologies have placed a fresh emphasis on understanding the changing roles; interactions and coordination activities between pilots, controllers and automated distributed systems. The NextGen and SESAR research programs attempt to anticipate a wide range of new airborne and ground-based technologies to support controllers and pilots in their decision-making processes. Integration of these systems remains a major issue because air traffic is continuing to grow to the point that some airports are already saturated. More than ever, these technologies, as well as the human agents in the system, will need to coordinate their intentions and activities in a timely, efficient and robust manner.

On the spaceflight side, commercial space operations, interoperability, safety issues, standards, and extended human spaceflight stress the need for new crew-ground interaction paradigms. There are major differences from the aeronautical side, but also systemic and human factors similarities. We would like to initiate a new dialog between aeronautics and space related research integration issues.

HCI-Aero 2010 seeks to gather experts and novices from industry, government and academia in the field of human factors in aerospace computing systems. We invite researchers and practitioners to present innovative methods, techniques, tools and technology. This includes the evolution of crew-ground interactions, laboratory research and field investigations, human factors issues, industrial developments and perspectives including cabin systems, certification and rulemaking, and maintenance.

General Co-Chairs
Michael Feary, NASA Ames Research Center, USA
Philippe Palanque, University of Toulouse, France

Program Committee Chair
Guy Boy, IHMC and Florida Institute of Technology, USA

HCI-Aero 2010 Office

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