2022 International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, & Prediction and Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation
September 20-23, 2022
Will be held in hybrid mode
The goal of this conference is to build this new community of social cyber scholars by bringing together and fostering interaction between members of the scientific, corporate, government and military communities interested in understanding, forecasting, and impacting human socio-cultural behavior. It is the charge to this community to build this new science, its theories, methods, and its scientific culture in a way that does not give priority to either social science or computer science, and to embrace change as the cornerstone of the community. Despite decades of work in this area, this scientific field is still in its infancy. To meet this charge and move this science to the next level, this community must meet the following three challenges: 1) deep understanding of socio-cognitive reasoning, 2) human-technology integration, 3) and re-usable computational methods. Topics include but are not limited to the following:
• Social Network Modeling
• Human Behavior Modeling
• Agent-Based Models
• Models of Human-Autonomy Interaction
• Health and Epidemiological Models
• Validation Methods and Human Experimentation
All papers are qualified for the Best Paper Award. Papers with student first authors will be considered for the Best Student Paper Award.
See also special Call for Panels at SBP-BRiMS'22
Paper/Abstract Submission: 01-Jul-2022 (Midnight EST)
Author Notification: 29-Jul-2022
Panel proposals due: 01-July-2022
Panel Notification: 29-Jul-2022
Tutorial Submission: 22-Aug-2022
Decision Notification: 29-Aug-2022
Challenge Response due: 22-Aug-2022
Challenge Notification: 29-Aug-2022
Final Files due: 15-Aug-2022
HOW TO SUBMIT :
For information on paper submission, check here.
You will be able to update your submission until the final paper deadline.
PAPER FORMATTING GUIDELINE:
The papers must be in English and MUST be formatted according to the Springer-Verlag LNCS/LNAI guidelines. View sample LaTeX2e and WORD files. All regular paper submissions should be submitted as a paper with a maximum of 10 pages. Total page count includes all figures, tables, and references.
CHALLENGE PROBLEM:The conference expects to announce a computational challenge as in previous years. Additional details will be posted in December. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to receive updates.PRE-CONFERENCE TUTORIAL SESSIONS:
Several half-day sessions will be offered on the day before the full conference. More details regarding the preconference tutorial sessions will be posted as soon as this information becomes available..
FUNDING PANEL & CROSS-FERTILIZATION ROUNDTABLES:
It is anticipated that a limited number of attendance scholarships will be available on a competitive basis to students who are presenting papers. Additional information will be provided soon.
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Download: Download Call for Papers in PDF format here.