Conference on human factor in transportation, HMI, transport safety, driving simulation, virtual reality and computer science.
The DCIS 2018 is going to continue a good tradition of sharing the actualities of research and industry in the area of driver safety and issues of human-machine interaction. The trending topic of this year conference is connected to autonomous and sustainable transport. Participants from academia (graduate - Master and doctoral students, faculty) and experts from industry are welcome.
Main topics of contributions:
- Human-Machine Interaction
- Human factor in transportation
- User needs and user acceptance
- Quality methods in vehicle and vehicle systems design
- Transport safety
- Passive and active safety of vehicles
- Vehicle construction and testing versus safety
- Advanced driving simulators
- Virtual reality
- Computer science
- Data mining, data analysis, data classification
- Driver training and driver operator
- Accident analysis and prevention
- Psycho-sociological measurements
Apply here [pdf].
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Call for Papers
Call for papers [pdf]. (updated 19–09–18)
Conference papers will be published in Acta Polytechnica CTU proceedings and will be sent to Web of Science ESCI database.
Excellent papers will be recommended for publication (the extended version) to Acta Polytechnica Journal which is indexed in Web of Science ESCI database, Scopus database, CAS, Inspec, DOAJ, and by EBSCO database.
Last year contributions were published in Acta Polytechnica CTU proceedings and are now indexed in Web of Science ESCI database (DRIVER-CAR INTERACTION & SAFETY CONFERENCE 2016, Book Series: Acta Polytechnica CTU Proceedings, Volume: 12, Pages: 74-78, Published: 2017).
From September 15th by November 5th
November 26th October 1st
- Send your contribution (abstract or WiP)
- Electronic submission of paper and poster presentation
All submissions shall be sent to email@example.com
February 15th November 19th
Camera-ready paper for conference proceedings contribution
Call for papers [pdf].
The Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics
Jugoslávských partyzánů 1580/3
160 00 Praha 6
The conference is held in the center of Prague 6, so we recommend you to find suitable accomodation in Dejvice or Bubeneč – there are many hotels and other opportunities. Prague old city center is reachable via metro A (3 stops to the Old Town) so it is also possible to stay there.
Ing. Alina Mashko
Conference is organised by Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Transportation Sciences, Department of Vehicles. k616.fd.cvut.cz