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Mar.

ICCAS 2020 - International Conference on cognitive Aircraft

[Covid-19 Postponed] New dates subsequently communicated for 2021

The first international conference "ICCAS 2020" scheduled for 18 and 19 March on ISAE-SUPAERO campus will not take place.
Every day more and more restrictive measures are being taken to combat COVID-19.
For the safety of all, ISAE-SUPAERO, its Foundation and Dassault Aviation have taken the decision to postpone ICCAS 2020 to 2021, the safety of the participants and the quality of the conference have prevailed.

We would like to thank all the speakers, poster presenters and attendees for their great interest in the preparation of this conference, we will keep you informed in the coming days of the next steps.

The ICCAS 2020 conference aims to promote the dissemination and exchange of scientific information on the next generation of civil and military aircraft. It provides an excellent forum for combining academic research and industrial works to examine how we can develop intelligent aeronautical systems owning more freedom of choice, sensitivity to the context, learning capabilities, and able to interact naturally with the crew while saving its mental and physical resources.

Recent trends in this field address several major aspects such as the online monitoring of the flight performances based on behavioral, physiological, and neurological measurements, the design of more ecological man-machine interfaces providing intuitive information about the flight to support decision process, and architecture rules that guarantee a high level of flight safety. The conference addresses a wide spectrum of theoretical and practical topics related to neuroergonomics and human factors, artificial intelligence or systems engineering. It is mainly focused on aeronautics but contributions from a wide range of domains such as automotive, robots, drones, or artificial agents are welcome.