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HCI International 2013
21 - 26 July 2013, Mirage Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
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Augmented Cognition

Indicative topics/keywords of the broad spectrum of issues to be addressed:

  • Adaptive User Interfaces
  • Applications of Augmented Cognition
  • Augmented Cognition in Training and Education
  • Cognitive Modeling, Perception, Emotion and Interaction
  • Data Fusion Techniques for Cognitive and Affective Modeling
  • Effects of Stress & Cognitive Load on Performance
  • Electroencephalography, Functional Near Infrared Imaging, and Other Brain Activity Measurement
  • Machine Learning, Neural Networks Techniques for Data Processing
  • Neural and Psychophysiological Correlates of Cognitive State
  • Neuroethics
  • Operational Neuroscience
  • Rehabilitation and Cognitive Aids
  • Serious Games & Simulation for Augmented Cognition
  • Team Cognition

Program Board

Program Chairs:

Dylan Schmorrow, United States

Cali Fidopiastis, United States

Board Members:

  • Robert Arrabito, Canada
  • Richard Backs, United States
  • Chris Berka, United States
  • Joseph Cohn, United States
  • Martha E. Crosby, United States
  • Julie Drexler, United States
  • Ivy Estabrooke, United States
  • Chris Forsythe, United States
  • Wai Tat Fu, United States
  • Rodolphe Gentili, United States
  • Marc Grootjen, Netherlands
  • Jefferson Grubb, United States
  • Ming Hou, Canada
  • Santosh Mathan, United States
  • Rob Matthews, Australia
  • Dennis McBride, United States
  • Jeff Morrison, United States
  • Mark A. Neerincx, Netherlands
  • Denise Nicholson, United States
  • Banu Onaral, United States
  • Lee Sciarini, United States
  • Kay Stanney, United States
  • Roy Stripling, United States
  • Rob Taylor, United Kingdom
  • Karl van Orden, United States

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