Second Symposium on Psychology-Based Technologies, Naples 28-29 September, 2020
Update 26 giugno 2020: deadline posticipata al 26 agosto
News del 25 giugno 2020
We are glad to announce the call for papers of the Second Symposium on Psychology-Based Technologies that will be held in Naples, from 28 to 29 September, 2020. Due to the growing concern around the coronavirus (COVID-19), participants will be allowed to join the conference both in-person and as a live virtual event.
The Second Symposium on Psychology-Based Technologies is organized jointly by Natural and Artificial Cognition Lab (NAC) of University of Naples Federico II (http://www.nac.unina.it/nac/en/main-home/) and Antrhopos|Techné (http://www.anthropostechne.org).
In continuity with the First Symposium organized last year, PsychoBit2020 aims at presenting psychological theories and models that revolve around the improvement of the psychological and relational life of every individual. Specifically, the symposium focuses on technological solutions, mainly employing IT, software, and hardware solutions to meet psychological needs.
You will find the call for papers of the symposium at this link: https://www.psychobit.org/call-for-papers/
PSYCHOBIT2020 uses the Easychair system to manage submissions: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=psychobit2020
Participants who wish to present a short or long paper on the platform by 30 June, 2020. All papers must be written in the LCNS (Springer) format (https://www.springer.com/gp/computer-science/lncs/conference-proceedings-guidelines). The papers will be peer reviewed by at least 2 experts in the field that are part of the Program Committee.
The authors will be notified of the Program Committee’s decisions by July 31, 2020.
All accepted contributions will be included in the Proceedings. Last year, the materials of the Symposium have been published in the open-access publication service by CEUR-WS.org and have been indexed by DBLP computer science bibliography and Scopus. As well in this edition, Proceedings shall be submitted to CEUR-WS.org for online publication and will be indexed on Scopus, Google Scholar, DBLP, etc.
If you have questions regarding this Symposium or submission, please see https://www.psychobit.org and/or contact email@example.com
Onofrio Gigliotta and Michela Ponticorvo