The 2022 IEEE International Conference on Human-Machine Systems (ICHMS) will be held in Orlando, Florida as a hybrid event, allowing for both physical and virtual attendance. The conference theme is: Human-Autonomy Teaming.
This ICHMS will provide an opportunity for the academic, governmental and industrial communities to address new challenges, share solutions, and discuss future research directions in the important area of Human-Autonomy Teaming. The meeting will specifically cover contributions on research related to integrated human/autonomy systems at multiple scales and includes areas such as cognitive engineering of autonomous agents; design for human and autonomy interaction; technological aids for human-autonomy interaction; human-autonomy interaction modeling, testing, and evaluation; and fundamental issues of measurement and modeling of human-autonomy performance in engineered systems. The organization of ICHMS will include: Regular Sessions, Special Sessions, and at least one session focused on Ph.D. student research.
The conference will also feature plenary speeches, panel sessions, tutorials, and poster sessions. Contributions are expected from academia, industry, and management agencies. All accepted papers will be published in conference proceedings and in IEEE Xplore.
Due to the persistence of the pandemic conditions, for the time being, the 3rd ICHMS is planned as a hybrid conference with physical and online attendance. Physical attendance will include a social program to support networking and future collaborations. The online component will support sharing of creative and inspiring research as well as Q&A sessions across the globe.
Orlando lies in the heart of central Florida and is one of the most visited cities in the world for theme parks and access to beaches and the Atlantic Ocean.
Orlando, Florida is a city for tourism, high-tech industry, State and private academic institutions, and vibrant cultures. Orlando is one of the fastest-growing cities in Florida and is home to Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld and other large theme parks, Orlando’s economy is supported by the presence of major corporations, including AMD, Duke Energy, Lockheed Martin, Siemens and others. Orlando is also home to the University of Central Florida and exclusive private institutions, such as Rollins College. As a result of an attractive location and industry base, Orlando has an international culture with excellent restaurant and events, including professional sports and amusements
As the host institution, UF is the preeminent institution in the State of Florida University System. UF is a top-5 public institution (according to USNWR) and had a research expenditure level of ~$960M for 2021. The main campus has over 800 majors across numerous named colleges and schools, including the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, the Levin School of Law, and the Warrington College of Business Administration. UF’s presence in the Orlando area includes UF Research and Academic Center (UFRAC) at Lake Nona. The ICHMS will held at this contemporary academic facility located in Orlando’s new “Medical City”. The UFRAC has numerous conference-style auditoriums and workshop rooms to accommodate all meeting sessions as well as reception spaces.
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The 3rd ICHMS will serve as a basis for a special issue of IEEE THMS presenting substantive extensions of multidisciplinary and systematic research investigations presented through the conference. This SI will call for high-quality contributions made to ICHMS 2022 to be expanded with at least 40% new research and for submission to the Journal. THMS has previously published regular papers as extensions of the 2nd ICHMS. These extensions require new results, inferences, and conclusions for the scientific community. THMS will consider both full regular papers and technical correspondences. More details will be provided in a forthcoming CfP for the issue.