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Wednesday November 10, 2010
08.30 am – 09.00 am Welcome & registration
09:00 am – 05.00 pm Parallel Workshops
Thursday November 11, 2010
08.30 – 09.00 am
09.00 – 09.10 am
09.10 – 10. 10 am
10.10 – 10.30 am
Break
10.30 – 11.30 am
11.30 – 11.45 am
Break
11.45 – 12.45 am
12.45 – 01.45 pm
01.45 – 02.45 pm
02.45 – 03.00 pm
Break
03.05 – 04.05 pm
04.05 – 04.20 pm
Break
04.20 – 05.15 pm
05.15 pm
Closing
Evening
Friday November 12, 2010
08.30 – 09.00 am Welcome & registration
09.00 – 09.10 am Opening
09.10 – 10.10 am Sensing
10.05 – 10.20 am Break
10.20 – 11.20 am Landscapes 2
11.20 – 11.35 am Break
11.35 – 12.45 am Sensing
12.45 – 01.45 pm Lunch
Posters & Demos
01.45 – 02.45 pm Architectures
02.45 – 03.00 pm Break
03.00 – 03.40 pm Architectures | Sensing
03.40 – 03.55 pm Break
03.55 – 04.55 pm Keynote #2
04.55 pm Closing
   
 

Pre-Program

November 10
08.30 am – 09.00 am Welcome & registration

09.00 am – 05.00 pm
8 Parallel Workshops:
WS1
Interaction Techniques in Real and Simulated Assistive Smart Environments
WS2
Pervasive Computing and Cooperative Environments in a Global Context
WS3
Pervasive Ergonomic Interfaces for Ageing Well
WS4
3rd International Workshop on Semantic Ambient Media Experience (NAMU Series) (SAME 2010)
WS5
Accessible user interfaces for future TV applications
WS6
Radically Innovative AAL Services
WS7
Convergence and Consolidation Towards Standard AAL Platforms
WS8 Local Industry
 
November 11
08.30 – 09.00 am
Welcome & registration
   
09.00 – 09.10 am
Opening
   
09.10 – 10.10 am
Keynote #1 Pr Lois Ferscha, Institute for Pervasive Computing (JKU), Johannes Kepler Universität Linz (Austria)
   
10.10 – 10.30 am
Break
   
10.30 – 11.30 am
Landscapes 1

LS1: Ambient Intelligence Research Landscapes: Introduction and Overview – Norbert Streitz, Smart Future Initiative (Germany)

LS2: Challenges and Limitations of Intelligent Ambient Assisted Living Environments – Reiner Wichert, Fraunhofer IGD

LS3: The DFKI Competence Center for Ambient Assisted Living – Jochen Frey, DFKI GmbH (Germany)

   
11.30 – 11.45 am

Break
   
11.45 – 12.45 am
Adaptation

FP1: Automating Routine Tasks in AmI Systems by Using Models at Runtime – Estefanía Serral, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Spain)

FP2: Service Obtrusiveness Adaptation – Miriam Gil, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Spain)

FP3: A Dynamic Time Warping Approach To Real-Time Activity Recognition for Food Preparation – Cuong Pham, Newcastle University (United Kingdom)

   
12.45 – 01.45 pm
Lunch
Posters & Demos
       
01.45 – 02.45 pm
Design

FP4: Refining interaction designs through simplicity – Pablo Muñoz, Centro de Investigación en Métodos de Producción de Software, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Spain)

SP1: SeSaMoNet 2.0: Improving a Navigation System for Visually Impaired People – Eliseo Sciarretta, Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)

SP3: Enhancing the Expressiveness of Fingers: Multi-touch Ring Menus for Everyday Applications – Dietrich Kammer, Technische Universität Dresden (Germany)

SP5: A concept for a first communication initiation for ambient intelligent industrial environments – Florian Floerchinger, SmartFactoryKL (Germany)

  Semantic

FP5: Semantic Visualization of Wireless Sensor Networks for Elderly Monitoring – Carsten Stocklöw, Fraunhofer IGD (Germany)

SP2: Plugin Driven Architecture for Intelligent Management of Building – Alessandro Bastari, Loccioni Group (Italy)

SP4: Privacy Policy Enforcement for Ambient Ubiquitous Services – Were Oyomno, Lappeenranta Univerisity of Technology (Finland)

SP6: A Bluetooth-based Device Management Platform for Smart Sensor Environment – Kin Choong Yow, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

   
02.45 – 03.00 pm
Break
       
03.05 – 04.05 pm
Security & Privacy

FP6: Privacy Management and Control in ATRACO – Bastian Koenings, Ulm University (Germany)

FP8: AmbiSec: Securing Smart Spaces Using Entropy Harvesting – Paolo Barsocchi, ISTI-CNR (Italy)

FP10: Dynamic Privacy Management in Pervasive Sensor Networks – Joseph Paradiso, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)

  Context

FP7
: Place in perspective: Extracting online information about Points of Interest – Ana Alves, CISUC – University of Coimbra (Portugal)

FP9: Taxi-Aware Map: Identifying and predicting vacant taxis in the city – Santi Phithakkitnukoon, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (United States)

FP11: Geo-Social Interaction: Context-Aware Help in Large Scale Public Spaces – Nasim Mahmud, Hasselt University (Belgium)

   
04.05 – 04.20 pm
Break
   
04.20 – 05.15 pm
Influencing

FP12: The Operator Guide: An Ambient Persuasive Interface in the Factory – Alexander Meschtscherjakov, University of Salzburg (Austria)

FP13: Reduction of driver stress using AmI technology while driving in motorway merging sections – Kashif Zia, Institut für Pervasive Computing, Johannes Kepler Universität, Linz (Austria)

SP10: Selective Delivery of Points of Interest – Nuno Gil Fonseca, Centro de Informática e Sistemas da Universidade de Coimbra (Portugal)

   
05.15 pm
Closing
   
Evening
Social Event at "Enoteca Cropani"
   
November 12
   
08.30 – 09.00 am Welcome & registration
   
09.00 – 09.10 am Opening
   
09.10 – 10.10 am Sensing

FP16: Exploiting Acoustic Source Localization for Context Classification in Smart Environments – Christian Kleine-Cosack, TU Dortmund University (Germany)

FP17: Real-Time Gaze Tracking for Public Displays – Clemens Holzmann, Upper Austria University of Applied Sciences (Austria)

SP7: Investigation and Demonstration of Local Positioning System using Ultrasonic Sensors for Wide Indoor Areas – Takashi Hada, Kanagawa Institute of Technology (Japan)
   
10.05 – 10.20 am Break
   
10.20 – 11.20 am Landscapes 2

LS4: Intersecting the Architecture of the Internet of Things with the Future Retail Industry – Carsten Magerkurth, SAP Research (Switzerland)

LS5: On the Role of ExperienceLab in Professional Domain Ambient Intelligence Research – Evert van Loenen, Philips Research (The Netherlands)

LS6: The Christian Doppler Laboratory on Contextual Interfaces – Thomas Grill, University of Salzburg (Austria)
   
11.20 – 11.35 am Break
   
11.35 – 12.45 am Sensing

FP14: Subjective Difficulty Estimation for Interactive Learning by Sensing Vibration Sound on Desk Panel – Nana Hamaguchi, Osaka University (Japan)

FP18: An Agent-based Approach to Care in Independent Living – Bostjan Kaluza, Jozef Stefan Institute (Slovenia)

SP8: Automatic Pedestrian Detection and Counting Applied to Urban Planning – Nicolas Hueber, Institut franco-allemand de recherches de Saint-Louis (Ville de Mulhouse)

SP9: This is me: Using Ambient Voice Patterns for In-Car Positioning – Christian Müller, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (Germany)
   
12.45 – 01.45 pm Lunch
Posters & Demos
   
01.45 – 02.45 pm Architectures

FP19: Making AAL Platforms a Reality – Antonio Kung, Trialog (France)

FP20: A unified architecture for supporting direct tag-based and indirect registry-based resource discovery – Babak A. Farshchian, SINTEF (Norway)

FP15: Ontology Driven Piecemeal Development of Smart Spaces – Eila Ovaska, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland (Finland)

   
02.45 – 03.00 pm Break
       
03.00 – 03.40 pm Architectures

FP21: Multilevel and Hybrid Architecture for Device Abstraction and Context Information Management in Smart Home Environments – Víctor Peláez, Fundación CTIC (Spain)

FP23: An Open Distributed Framework for Adaptive User Interaction in Ambient Intelligence – Mohammad-Reza Tazari, Fraunhofer IGD (Germany)

  Sensing

FP22: A Distributed Many-Camera System for Multi-Person Tracking – Claus Lenz, Technische Universität München (Germany)

FP24: A Vision-Based System for Object Identification and Information Retrieval in a Smart Home – Dorothy Monekosso, University of Ulster (UK)

   
03.40 – 03.55 pm Break
   
03.55 – 04.55 pm Keynote #2 Prof. Dr. Adrian David Cheok, Mixed Reality Lab, National University of Singapore

Title:
Ambient Intelligence from Multi-sense Physical Interactive Communication

Abstract:
This talk outlines new facilities within ambient media spaces supporting embodied interaction between humans, animals, and computation both socially and physically, with the aim of novel interactive communication and entertainment and thus developing a type of ambient intelligence involving computers, humans, and other species. We aim to develop new types of human communications and entertainment environments which can increase support for multi-person multi-modal interaction and remote presence. In this talk, we present an alternative ubiquitous computing environment based on an integrated design of real and virtual worlds. We discuss some different research prototype systems for interactive communication and play. The functional capabilities implemented in these systems include mixed reality, tangible interaction, and human media spaces.

Related Web Site:
www.mixedrealitylab.org

   
04.55 pm Closing

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