All papers are qualified for the Best Paper Award. Papers with student first authors will be considered for the Best Student Paper Award. Those receiving these awards will be invited to publish an extended version in a special issue of the journal Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory.
Regular Paper Submission: 1-July-2022 (Midnight EST)
Author Notification: 29-July-2022
Working/Late-breaking Paper: 1-July-2022
Doctoral Consortium: 1-July-2022
Tutorial Proposal Submission: 22-August-2022
Demo Submission: 22-August-2022
Challenge Submission: 22-August-2022
Challenge Notification: 29-August-2022
Final Video and Powerpoint Submission: 15-September-2023
Submit your paper here. Until the final paper deadline, you will be able to update your submission.
Submissions are single blind. All papers undergo a rigorous peer review process for presentation in the plenary, regular, or poster sessions. All papers accepted to the plenary sessions will be published in the archival proceedings - the Springer LNCS volume. Only Regular papers will be evaluated for either the archival or online proceedings. The remaining tracks will be published online for 1 year on our non-archival conference website. Each accepted paper requires confirmation of conference registration and requires a separate registration prior to being considered for a plenary session (oral or poster).
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.
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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:
The purpose of the cross-fertilization roundtables is to help participants become better acquainted with people outside of their discipline and with whom they might consider partnering on future SBP-related research collaborations. The Funding Panel provides an opportunity for conference participants to interact with program managers from various federal funding agencies, such as the National Science Foundation
(NSF), National Institutes of Health
(NIH), Office of Naval Research
(ONR), Air Force Office of Scientific Research
(AFOSR), Defense Threat Reduction Agency
(DTRA), Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
(DARPA), Army Research Office
(ARO), National Geospatial Intelligence Agency
(NGA), and the Department of Veterans Affairs
It is anticipated that a limited number of travel scholarships will be available on a competitive basis to students who are presenting papers. Additional information will be provided soon.
Submissions are solicited on research issues, methodologies, theories, and applications. Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:
Advances in Sociocultural & Behavioral Process Modeling Agent-based modeling
Group formation, interaction, and/or evolution
Collective action and governance
Cultural patterns & representation
Social conventions, social contexts and processes
Influence process, recognition, and diffusion
Public opinion representation, identification and modeling
Psycho-cultural situation awareness
Intelligent agents and avatars/adversarial modeling
Models of reasoning and decision making
Performance prediction, assessment, & skill monitoring/tracking
Intelligent tutoring systems
Cognitive robotics and human-robot interaction
Human behavior issues in model federations
Information, Systems, & Network Science
Data mining on social media platforms
Diffusion and other dynamic processes over networks
Inference of network topologies and changes overtime
Analysis of link formations and link types
Detection of communities and other types of structures in networks
Analysis of high-dimensional networks
Analytics for social and human dynamics
Military, Cyber, & Intelligence Applications
Group formation and evolution in the political context
Networks and political influence
Group representation and profiling
Reasoning about terrorist group behaviors and policies towards them
Cyber and attribution
Computational methods to transform traditional GEOINT and open source data into spatio-temporal information describing events and activities
Health and Well-being
Social network analysis to understand health behavior
Modeling of public health and health care policy and decision making
Modeling of behavioral aspects of infectious disease spread
Modeling of behavioral aspects of prevention and treatment for chronic diseases (e.g., cancer, obesity)
Intervention design and modeling for behavioral health
Example Other Applications of Interest to the Community
Economic applications of behavioral and social prediction
Model federation, integration, verification, or validation
Evolutionary computing and optimization
Education, training, professional development and workforce training in modeling and simulation
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* Late breaking and short papers are now referred to as working papers.