We have accepted and invited the following presentations. The schedule, including all presentations of our partner conference SBP, is available here.

BRiMS Keynote Address

CDR Joseph Cohn, Office of the Secretary of Defense


Geoffrey Morgan, William Frankenstein and Kathleen Carley
      Introduction to Dynamic Network Analysis

Accepted Presentations

Please see the proceedings page for links to the papers

Stephanie Lackey, Karla Badillo-Urquiola, Eric Ortiz and Irwin Hudson: 
      A Process for Developing Accurate Kinesic Cues in Virtual Environments
Noam Ben-Asher, Jin-Hee Cho and Adali Sibel: 
      Cognitive Leadership Framework using Instance-based Learning
Robert Thomson, Christian Lebiere, Stefano Bennati, Paulo Shakarian and Eric Nunes: 
      Malware Identification Using Cognitively-Inspired Inference
Eli Stickgold, Bruce Skarin, Ian Stewart and Corey Lofdahl: 
      Extending Generative Models of Large Scale Networks
Fangting Wu and Cleotilde Gonzalez: 
      How Could Cyber Analysts Learn Faster and Make Better Decisions?
Ralph Brewer and Maryanne Fields: 
      Semantic Labeling of Objects in a Simulated Environment
John B. Nelson, William G. Kennedy and Ariel M. Greenberg: 
      Agents and Decision Trees from Microdata
Emily Ihara, William Kennedy, Catherine Tompkins and Michael Wolf-Branigin: 
      Long-Term Dementia Care: Modeling the Decision Process
Lyle Long, Troy Kelley and Eric Avery: 
      An Emotion and Temperament Model for Cognitive Mobile Robots

Accepted Posters

Robert Hubal: 
      Patterns of Life in the Foreground and Background: Practical Approaches to Enhancing Simulation-Based Interaction Skills Training
Stephanie Lackey, Roberto Champney, Gino Fragomeni, Julie Salcedo and Stephen Serge: 
      A Step toward Data Driven JFO Human Behavior Models
Ovi Chris Rouly: 
      Working Towards Emergent, Permanent, Social Affines
Nisheeth Srivastava: 
      Social preference formation
Michael Collins, Ion Juvina, Gary Douglas and Kevin Gluck: 
      Predicting Trust Dynamics and Transfer of Learning in Games of Strategic Interaction as a Function of a Player’s Strategy and Level of Trustworthiness
Kristen Greene and Franklin Tamborello: 
      ACT-R Modeling of Password Entry Errors
Bradley Wimpey, Craig Lennon and Maryanne Fields: 
      Using Focus of Attention for Team Behavior Classification
Suhas E. Chelian, Jaehyon Paik, Peter Pirolli, Christian Lebiere and Rajan Bhattacharyya: 
      A comparison of reinforcement learning and instance-based learning approaches in a prognostic foraging task
Elizabeth Mezzacappa, Gordon Cooke, Kenneth Short, Charles Sheridan, Gladstone Reid, Kevin Tevis, Robert Demarco, Nasir Jaffery and John Riedener: 
      Social Network Analysis of Crowds
Geoffrey Morgan, William Frankenstein and Kathleen Carley: 
      Introduction to Dynamic Network Analysis
Geoffrey Morgan, Kenneth Joseph and Kathleen Carley: 
      Informing Transactive Memory through Social Cognition in Agents
Medha Kumar, Rohit Chouhan and Varun Dutt: 
      Role of Information Asymmetry in a Public Goods Game for Climate Change
Yuqing Tang, Christian Lebiere, Katia Sycara, Don Morrison and Paul Smart: 
      Cognitive and Probabilistic Models of Group Decision Making
David Hughes, Sibel Adali, Jin-Hee Cho and Jennifer Mangels: 
      Individual differences in information processing in networked decision making
Wayne Zachary, Travis Thomas, Andrew Rosoff, Matthew Johnson and Robert Hoffman: 
      Cognitively-inspired Context Models Can Improve Robot and Virtual Agent Interactive Behavior
Randolph Jones, Ben Bachelor, Webb Stacy, John Colonna-Romano and Robert Wray: 
      Automated Monitoring and Evaluation of Expected Behavior