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  • ISHF2001: Call for Papers

    Dear Colleagues,

    We would like to inform to start New International Symposium on
    Measurement, Analysis and Modeling of Human Functions (ISHF2001) which
    is jointly organized by IMEKO, SICE and IEEE. The conference objective
    is to provide an opportunity for discussing the theoretical,
    experimental, and applied aspects of human functions. Sapporo is a
    beautiful north city and the most comfortable climate is in this
    season. It is highly appreciated if you could circulate this Call for
    Papers in your institute.


    For details, See Web Site. http://www.ito.dis.titech.ac.jp/ISHF2001/

    ************************************************** ********
    IMEKO/SICE/IEEE
     The First International Symposium on
     Measurement, Analysis and Modeling of Human Functions
     September 21-23, 2001
     Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan

    Homepage: http://www.ito.dis.titech.ac.jp/ISHF2001/
    ************************************************** ********
    -Sponsored by
    International Measurement Confederation (IMEKO)
    The Society of Instrument and Control Engineers (SICE)
    IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society (SMC)

    -General Chair
    Koji Ito, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

    -Program Co-Chairs
    Pietro G. Morasso, University of Genova, DIST , Italy
    Motoyuki Akamatsu, National Institute of Bioscience and
    Human-Technology, Japan
    David J. Ostry, McGill University, Canada
    -Local Arrangements Chair
    Makoto Takahashi, Hokkaido University, Japan

    -Important Dates
    January 15, 2001 Organized Session Proposals
    February 15, 2001 Submissions of full-length papers
    May 15, 2001 Notification of papers acceptance
    July 16, 2001 Submissions of final camera-ready papers

    -Topics Area
    - Human movements and actions, such as hand manipulation, arm movements,
    posture control, gait and locomotion.
    - Human perception and cognition: sensorimotor systems, space and motion
    perception,
    attention and performance, vision, auditory and somatosonsory systems.
    - Interaction and integration of perception and movements.
    - Human cognitive functions such as intention, inference, mental models and
    language.
    - Human Behavior in the life environment such as in a house, in a workplace
    and in the transportation scenario.

    -FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
    ISHF2001 Secretariat E-mail: ISHF2001@ito.dis.titech.ac.jp
    Dr.Toshiyuki Kondo
    Department of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science,
    Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Science and engineering,
    Tokyo Institute of Technology.
    4259, Nagatsuta, Midori-ku, Yokohama, 226-8502, JAPAN
    Phone: +81-45-924-5655 or 5654 Fax: +81-45-924-5684

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