ECCE is known for:

• the quality of the papers selected for presentation and publication: papers are double blind peer reviewed and published in the ACM Digital Library. From 2018, selected papers are published in the leading journal Behaviour & Information Technology (BIT).

• openness to topics from related disciplines such as: Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Cognitive Engineering, Multimedia, Industrial Design, Interactive Art and Architecture, Brain-Computer Interaction. Special conference themes and dedicated keynotes and panel discussions with leading researchers cover emerging trends in cognitive ergonomics and demonstrate a broad spectrum of application areas, from e-learning to the most complex human-computer control systems.

• an intimate atmosphere, lively discussions between young and experienced researchers and practitioners, and excellent social activities. Workshops and doctoral consortia enrich the conference programs and all opportunities for pursuing collaborations are encouraged.

In addition to establishing the annual conference, EACE offers participants and members a large network of cognitive engineers and the chance for young researchers to meet and interact with leaders in the field in a relaxed environment.

Members of the EACE

• Are frequently updated about related conferences, workshops, and special issues both in CE and related HCI disciplines.

• Can obtain discounted registration fees at the ECCE conferences.

• Can find out about job vacancies and research openings across Europe.

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