Challenging keynotes at DDI2017

The International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention aims to bring participants up-to-date on recent developments and trends in the field of inattention and distraction in driving, and to bring together researchers and practitioners. The 5th edition of the conference will be held in Paris on March 20-22, 2017.

As usual, many interesting papers have been submitted by authors from all around the world. This creates a solid ground for fruitful discussions and knowledge sharing, which DDI is known for. DDI attracts the core of dedicated researchers and practitioners in the area of distraction and inattention, and is by now an well-established meeting point for this community.

The three keynotes promise challenging speeches. Confirmed keynotes are Kalina Christoff (Associate Professor in the Psychology Department and the Brain Research Centre at the University of British Columbia, Canada), René Amalberti (Senior Adviser Patient Safety at the Haute Autorité de Santé and risk manager in a medical insurance, MACSF, France), and Michael Regan (Chief-Scientist-Human Factors at ARRB Group and Adjunct professor with the School of Aviation at the University of NSW, Sydney). A draft programme is published on the website.

Do not forget to register early. Deadline for the discounted registration fee is December 31.

Please visit the website https://ddi2017.sciencesconf.org for further information and latest news.