The Scientific Committee requests original papers on the topics of the symposium. Check terms and conditions for publication.

The Scientific Committee is also requesting proposals for pre-organized sessions on a common topic with at least 3 contributions.


All submitted research contributions must represent original work and must be written in English (UK). Contributions are accepted in the following format:

  • Long papers (maximum 10 pages)

  • Short papers (maximum 5 pages)

All papers must be written in the LCNS (Springer) Format.
General information for authors can be found here.

All submissions must be submitted through the official Easychair link

If you wish to participate to the conference, we invite you to fill our pre-registration form, that will help us ensure a smooth conference organization.

All submissions will be peer reviewed by at least 2 experts in the field that are part of the program committee.

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.

Important Dates

For each accepted paper, at least an author must register and attend the symposium.

→ Full paper submission due:  30 JUNE 26 AUGUST 2020

→ Acceptance notification: 31 JULY 9 SEPTEMBER 2020

→ Start of registration: 31 JULY 10 SEPTEMBER 2020

Symposium date: 28-29 SEPTEMBER 2020

Symposium Topics

Examples of topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Educational technologies

    (Serious games, MOOCs, technology enhanced learning, virtual reality applications)

  • Assistive technologies and assistive robotics

    (rehabilitation technologies, ambient-assisted living, technologies for the care of the elderly)

  • Technology to support request responses of persons with intellectual and multiple disabilities

  • Computational psychometrics for cognitive assessment and training

  • Human-computer interaction

  • Cognitive and computational modelling

  • Intelligent user interface

    (adaptive virtual agents, smart multi-modal interfaces)

  • System adaptation and personalization based on cognitive and psychological characteristics

If you have questions regarding this Symposium or submission,
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