Call for Papers

HumTech2014 is being held in Boston, MA on 13 – 15 May 2014. The purpose of HumTech2014 is to bring together scientists, engineers, technologists and policymakers from across academic, government, industry and non-government organizations to discuss, share and promote recent research and accomplishments across all aspects of technology, from science to systems, that have a global humanitarian impact.

Technical sessions and technology and policy panels will focus on all aspects of technology, from science to systems, that have a global humanitarian impact. Conference tracks will be presented within an operationally-relevant context, drawing as much as possible from real-world experiences in humanitarian operations and logistics, disaster relief, emergency management, disease management, global health initiatives, international development, and other areas. This will be achieved through contributed and invited talks and panel sessions presented by current practitioners, including professional responders, service workers, and government officials.

The HumTech2014 Conference Tracks are:
A. Humanitarian Assistance / Disaster Relief
B. Health and Disease Management
C. Public Safety and Emergency Management
D. Emerging Technologies
E. International Development, Poverty Alleviation and Food Security
F. Open Track: Water, Energy, Agriculture, Policy, Security, Education, …

We look forward to an exciting, relevant and technically focused international conference. HumTech2014 will be the premier event for researchers, industry professionals, and academics interested in the latest developments and innovations occurring across the humanitarian engineering domain.

You are invited to submit papers in all subject areas of humanitarian engineering and technology development. Papers describing academic research as well as field work are encouraged


HumTech2014 submissions are now open – please use the online conference management tool (CMT) to submit your abstracts or papers.

See Author Instructions for general guidelines.