The EPSRC, NERC and ESRC-funded CRUISSE Network aims to bring academics from disciplines in mathematical, physical, psychological, social and other sciences together to better understand and help practitioners who are making difficult decisions which involve considerable uncertainties, for example about future climate change.
Registration for the 2018 CRUISSE network conference taking place at UCL in London November 7th and 8th 2018 is now open. The network will be presenting and discussing its major findings and the detailed reports from pilot projects. Policy-makers and decision-makers are particularly welcome for what will be an interdisciplinary conference presenting “state of the art” research. Future plans and opportunities will be unveiled and there will be a plenary address from Professor John Kay. For further details please visit the CRUISSE website.
Do you have a contribution to make to the understanding of decision-making uncertainty? Authors from any relevant discipline are invited to submit papers to the 2018 CRUISSE network conference. Papers (drawing on any relevant disciplinary background) should explore ideas as to how to manage decision-making in the face of radical uncertainty, and what research needs to be done or is being done. We are particularly interested in four topics: uncertainty recognition, uncertainty quantification, uncertainty communication and coping with uncertainty. All papers submitted will be eligible for presentation, and to be published on the CRUISSE website.
Assistance with travel and accommodation will be given to presenting authors not otherwise able to fund themselves. The deadline for submission is September 30, 2018. Please submit to email@example.com