On behalf of the ISCRAM 2024 Conference Committee, we take great pleasure in inviting you to submit a proposal for Posters & Demonstrations application. We would like to welcome you to showcase your work to an international and focused group of ISCRAM researchers and practitioners while enjoying the city of Münster!
The poster and demonstration-sessions will be co-chaired by Dr. Sandra Lechtenberg*, Dr. Monika Rode, & Prof. Dr. Apoorva Chauhan. If you have any questions, please refer to the corresponding chair.
|March 15th, 2024
|Poster and Demonstration Submission Deadline (extended)
|March 22nd, 2024
|Notification of Acceptance
WHAT & HOW TO SUBMIT?
Poster authors and demonstrators are invited to submit proposals for posters or demonstrations using the following template:
Template (Word). The submissions must be formatted according to the template and contain a short abstract (max. 500 words), describing the content of the poster/demonstration as well as information about the presenting author or demonstrator. It should also include information on your past experience regarding crisis response and management.
Submissions within the extended deadline need to be done in a PDF format via email: Submission via email.
All submissions will be reviewed by the track chairs, who will notify authors/demonstrators on whether they are accepted to present at the ISCRAM 2024 conference. Please, note that it is not necessary to submit the complete poster/demonstration. All authors/demonstrators accepted for the conference will be contacted with further information on display procedures and upload deadlines.
TOPICS OF INTEREST
ISCRAM 2024 takes a process-centric view on crisis management and emphasizes a holistic and integrated process view of crisis management to overcome isolated considerations of crisis management lifecycle phases (see Conference Vision & Topic). We would like to carry forward the conference’s vision of a “pracademic” approach and come together in a poster & demonstration session to showcase practitioners’ and academic work, exchange ideas and find new ways for future collaboration. By demonstration, we mean the demonstration of instruments, procedures, training scenarios or tools. The demonstration serves to inform the participants by showing those without actually applying them in the form of tutorials etc. (which is part of the Workshops & Tutorials).
In the light of this year’s theme “Embracing the Crisis Management Lifecycle”, posters and demos that are associated with the following topics (in alphabetical order) are particularly welcome:
|Case Studies and real-life experiences
|Collaborative and intelligent systems
|Community emergency response teams
|Crisis planning, training and gaming
|Data integration, representation, and visualization
|Decision support systems
|Display of operating procedures
|Emergency response systems
|Information and communication technologies
|Process modelling and management
|Public-private partnership and practitioner-academic collaboration
|Showcases of crisis management operations
|Specific tools, technologies, software, hardware, etc., that can be demonstrated
DISPLAY PROCEDURES AT THE CONFERENCE
Detailed information on the display procedures as well as a template for the poster design will follow shortly.
The full call can also be downloaded as PDF here: Download Call for Posters and Demonstrations (submission deadline outdated – extended deadline 15th March 2024).