[visionlist] SPIE XR 2020 Conference: Call For Abstracts

Mike D'Zmura mdzmura at uci.edu
Tue Jul 30 10:03:10 -04 2019

Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality (XR) Technology for Multi-Domain 

Conference Dates and Location: 26-30 April 2020, Anaheim, California, USA
Call for Abstracts, due 16 October 2019

Chair: Mark Dennison, U.S. Army Research Lab, USA
Co-Chair: David M. Krum, The Univ. of Southern California, USA

We are excited to announce the new 2020 SPIE Defense & Commercial 
Sensing (DCS) Conference on “Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality (XR) 
Technology for Multi-Domain Operations” to be held at the Anaheim 
Convention Center, Anaheim, CA, USA, 26-30 April 2020.Please mark your 

The CALL FOR ABSTRACT (CFA) for the SI225 Conference on “Virtual, 
Augmented, and Mixed Reality (XR) Technology for Multi-Domain 
Operations” is at the following link: https://spie.org/si225. Knowing 
your professional activities and research interests in related technical 
areas, we encourage you to consider submitting abstracts to this 
conference and feel free to forward this CFA information to others who 
may be interested. Note that the initial ABSTRACT DUE DATE is 16 October 

The SI225 Conference focuses on how virtual, augmented, and mixed 
reality will be used in future Multi Domain Operations (MDO). XR has 
recently experienced explosive technological growth in both hardware and 
software solutions, making the bleeding edge a moving target. Despite 
this, a significant divide exists between industry goals and 
understanding of military requirements.As the literature on immersive 
analytics is in its infancy, it necessitates XR experts to collectively 
pave the roadmap for future essential research topics.Therefore, the 
primary goal of this conference is to (1) spark discussion of current 
and future challenges for integrating XR systems into combat operations 
and (2) highlight collaborative R&D activities in XR technologies that 
support Multi-Domain Operations applications.

The topics for this conference include, but are not limited to:

·Multi-domain data visualization: modeling and simulation, software 
architecture, toolkits, engineering, computer graphics

·Human-agent teaming: embodied agents, virtual humans, asset control

·Training and simulation: realistic virtual environments, user studies, 
teleoperations, mission rehearsal and debriefing

·User experience and multi-sensory integration: perception and 
cognition, physiological responses, motion sickness, telepresence, 
multi-user interaction

·Inputs and interaction: locomotion and haptics, input and interface 

·Networking and interoperability: distributed and local systems, 
multi-user synchronization, sensor and data I/O, constrained and ad-hoc 
mobile networks, edge computing

·Enabling AR/VR/MR technologies: hardware, software, security, AI/ML, …

*Important Dates:
*Abstract Due Date: 16 October 2019

Author Notification: 20 December 2019

Manuscript Due Date: 1 April 2020

We look forward to your participation in April 2020.

Kind regards,

-Mark Dennison

Chair of SI225 Conference

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