The 10th Berlin Workshop on Human‐Machine Systems focuses on the interplay between basic research and applied research in the field of human‐machine interaction, and on human‐machine systems research in general. Applied research sometimes reveals deficits that can be solved only through basic research approaches. Similarly, research opportunities in applied areas arise from new insights in basic research on human‐machine interaction, which need to be further developed through applicationoriented research.
More than in previous years, the 10th Berlin Workshop on Human‐Machine Systems invites international contributions. In addition to the German research community, we especially invite colleagues from international research institutions and applied fields, to submit papers and to participate in the meeting. The 10th Berlin Workshop on Human‐Machine Systems will again offer English language tracks.
This anniversary Workshop also establishes new avenues to publish accepted contributions including an ISBN number and free online access. Two kinds of submissions are invited: A “workshop track” focusing on the presentation and active discussion of work in progress. And a “Research Track” which is reserved for the presentation of well advanced and completed works. Both tracks present to a panel of scientists from the academic community and industries.
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