Sponsorships available!

The sponsorship packages for the upcoming DDI2018 are now set and available for booking. Take the opportunity to boost your brand to the right people and expertise in the area of driver distraction and inattention. We welcome you all!

 

EXTENDED SUBMISSION DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS TO DDI2018

Extended deadline for abstracts to the DDI2018 conference! Did you miss the deadline? No worries, we take care of the abstracts for you. The new deadline is February 12, 2018, and we still aim to keep the abstract acceptance notification of March 15. Welcome!

DDI2018 goes veggie!

Gothenburg is one of the world’s most sustainable cities for meetings and events, a theme we would like to support during DDI2018. Therefore we will offer our guests an outstanding culinary experience with top-class vegetarian food throughout the conference.

 

Confirmed key note speakers

Confirmed key note speakers:

We are pleased to announce that we have all three keynote speakers confirmed, all of them leaders within their area of research.

  • Prof. Penelope Sanderson, PhD FASSA FHFES FIEA, Schools of ITEE, Psychology, and Clinical Medicine. The University of Queensland

Title: “Interruptions and distractions in the healthcare workplace: conceptualization and impact”

  • Dr. Bryan Reimer, MIT Research Scientist MIT AgeLab & Associate Director, New England University Transportation Center

Title: “Redefining distraction and inattention in a changing mobility space”

  • Dr. Richard Schram, Technical Manager European New Car Assessment Programme – For Safer Cars

Title: TBC

 

Call for Abstracts

News for DDI2018 is that abstracts have to be 2-3 pages (1000-1500 words) in length and that it is possible to choose to give an oral presentation only, develop the extended abstract into a paper for either the IET Journal or DDI proceedings, or contribute with a poster. All extended abstracts and papers for DDI proceedings are peer‐reviewed by the Scientific Committee.

The conference Scientific Committee welcomes extended abstracts for presentations, papers or posters from all stakeholder groups (researchers, designers, engineers, policy makers, transport companies, etc.), from all modes of transport (land, air and sea) and from any relevant discipline including, but not limited to, psychology, neuropsychology, neuroscience, human factors, medicine, ergonomics, sociology, epidemiology, engineering and technology, law and politics, etc. We look forward to receiving extended abstracts from a good mix of academics and practitioners.

More information: Call for abstracts

Welcome to DDI2018

DDI2018 will be held between 15-17 October in Gothenburg.

This is the “The 6th International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention”
The theme will be: Driver engagement during assisted driving

Look forward to seeing you there!