Program At a Glance

Detailed Program (GMT)

Day 1 – October 18

Registration: 11:00

Opening session:  11:30

Keynote Session: 12:00

Keynote Speaker: Prof. Petia Georgieva

Shortbio: Petia Georgieva is Professor of Machine Learning in the Department of Electronics Telecommunications and Informatics (DETI) at University of Aveiro, Portugal and senior researcher in the Institute of Electronics Engineering and Telematics of Aveiro (IEETA), Portugal. Her research interests include machine learning, deep learning and data mining with strong application focus on brain computer interface, medical imaging, robotics, optical and wireless communications. She holds Master and PhD degrees in Control System Engineering from Technical University of Sofia (TUS) and PhD degree in Computer Science from Faculty of Engineering of University of Porto (FEUP), Portugal in 2003. She has held several visiting positions. In particular, she was a visiting faculty at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) – Silicon Valley in 2019 (Fall Semester), CMU-Pittsburg in 2012 (Fall Semester), an invited professor at Rowan University, Glassboro, New Jersey, USA in 2016 (Spring Semester), an invited researcher at the School of Computing and Communications, University of Lancaster, UK in 2010 (Spring Semester). Dr. Georgieva is a Senior member of IEEE and a Senior Member of International Neural Network Society (INNS).

Keynote title: Explainable Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Healthcare applications

Session 1: 14:00 – 15:00

Application of Traditional and Deep Learning Algorithms for Sentiment Analysis of Global Warming Tweets – Nikolova, Dragana; Mircheva, Georgina; Zdravevski, Eftim.
5G and IoT for Intelligent Healthcare: AI and Machine Learning Approaches: A review – Hira Akhtar; Ahad, Abdul; Wasim, Muhammad; Madeira, Filipe.
Analysing metadata of articles connecting IOT to Agriculture and Climate Change – Conrado, Luiz Felipe; Gomes Costa, Helder; Calado, Robisom Damasceno; Huther, Cristina Moll; Machado, Flávio Silva.

Session 2: 16:00 – 17:00

Experience of Visually-Impaired Children in the Enjoyment of Cartoons – Buzzi, Marina; Di Bella, Daniele; Gazzarrini, Cristiano; Leporini, Barbara.
Pediatric teledentistry teleconsultation: a Scoping Review – Moreira, Célia; Oliveira, Sandra; Martins, Henrique.
Algorithm for Diagnosis of Metabolic Syndrome and Heart Failure using CPET Biosignals via SVM and Wavelet Transforms – Pinheiro, Rafael Fernandes; Fonseca-Pinto, Rui.

Day 2 – October 19

Registration: 8:30

Keynote Session: 9:00

Keynote Speaker: Prof. Francisco Flórez-Revuelta

Shortbio: Francisco Florez-Revuelta is a Professor at the Department of Computer Technology, University of Alicante (Spain), where he leads the Research Group on Ambient Intelligence for Active and Healthy Ageing (AmI4AHA). His main research work is focused on active assisted living: intelligent environments, computer vision, and support to older and/or disabled people. He is currently the coordinator of visuAAL – Privacy-Aware and Acceptable Video-Based Technologies and Services for Active and Assisted Living, a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network. He is also the Chair of the GoodBrother COST Action – International Network on Privacy-Aware Audio- and Video-Based Applications for Active and Assisted Living.

Keynote title: Trustworthy video-based solutions for active and healthy ageing

Session 3: 10:00 – 10:30

The impact of the evolution of Operating Systems on older Web Applications – Godinho, António; Rosado, José; Sá, Filipe; Cardoso, Filipe.
Collaborating with Agents in Architectural Design and Decision-Making Process: Top-down and Bottom-up Case Studies Using Reinforcement Learning – Yetkin, Ozan; Surer, Elif; Gönenç Sorguç.

Keynote Session: 14:00

Keynote Speaker: Carina Dantas

Shortbio: Carina Dantas has a degree in Law, she is a PhD candidate on Biomedical Sciences (AI ethics) and is the CEO of SHINE 2Europe with over 20 years-experience in areas related to health, social aspects and ICT. She is the Chair of the COST Action NET4Age-Friendly, Coordinator of the Stakeholders Network on SHAFE – Smart Healthy Age-friendly Environments and Vice-President of the European Covenant on Demographic Change. Carina is evaluator/reviewer for the European Commission, Eureka, AAL, EIT Climate and EIT Digital; Committee Member of CEN/CENELEC TC 428, Advisory and Ethics Board Member of several Horizon and AAL projects, and reviewer of ICF Journal, Geriatrics and MDPI. She manages several international projects such as SIRENE | Social Innovation Responsive Environments NETwork, an HORIZON Europe CSA, where she is the Project Coordinator; or RadioVal | International Clinical Validation of Radiomics Artificial Intelligence for Breast Cancer Treatment Planning, an Horizon Europe RIA where she leads WP1 – Multi-stakeholder engagement and social innovation.

Keynote title: AI-tools and citizen science come together towards OneHealth in the cities

Session 4: 15:00 – 15:30

Method for Evaluating the Performance of Web-Based APIs – Godinho, António, José; Sá, Filipe; Cardoso, Filipe.
Enhancing Student Well-being: the Impact of a Mindful-ness-Based Program (Mind7+) on Stress, Anxiety, Sleep Quality, and Social Interactions in a sample of Portuguese University Students. – Pinto, Paula; Franco, Susana; Alves, Susana; Januário, Patrícia; Barroso, Isabel..

Session 5: 16:30- 17:00

3D Simulation and Comparative Analysis of Immune System Cell Micro-Level Responses in Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality Environments – Kaya, Hanifi Tugsad; Surer, Elif; Acar, Aybar C..
Zero Configuration Comfort and Accessibility in Smart Environments – Karaagac, Abdulkadir; Coppik, Nicolas; Hark, Rhaban.

Day 3 – October 20

Registration: 8:30

Keynote Session: 9:00

Close Session: 12:00

Keynote Speaker: Prof. Radu-Ioan Ciobanu

Shortbio: Radu-Ioan Ciobanu is an associate professor and researcher at the Computer Science department of the Faculty of Automatic Control and Computers at the National University of Science and Technology POLITEHNICA Bucharest, Romania. He obtained his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. (Summa Cum Laude) from the same faculty in 2010, 2012 and 2016, respectively. He has worked in the area of mobile devices for more than 10 years, having experience in both startups (VirtualMetrix) as well as corporations (Luxoft). His research interests include pervasive and mobile networks, DTNs, opportunistic networks, cloud computing, etc. During his career, he has been involved in several national and international research projects in the area of mobile and cloud computing, as well as IoT and Ambient Assisted Living.

Keynote title: Mobile Computing for Smart Object Applications

Session 6: 10:00 – 11:00

Developing a 3D Laparoscopy Training Application to Assess the Efficacy in Virtual Reality Environments – Yosunkaya, Ege; Åžahin, Sebahat Selin; Surer, Elif; Keleş, Hasan Onur.
Meal Suggestions for Caregivers and Indecisive Individuals Without a Set Food Plan – Cunha, Carlos; Cardoso, Tiago; Duarte, Pedro.
A review of wearable sensor patches for patient monitoring – Santos, Sónia; Guarino, Maria Pedro; Neves, Sandra; Vieira Lopes, Nuno.