Preliminary Programme

TimeActivity
09:00Opening
09:05Keynote talk + Questions
10:00Activity on project strategies for IEs
10:30Coffee break
11:00Poster presentation, demo and/or video projection
12:00Group Discussion
12:15Presentation of results
12:25Conclusions and closing

Date: 26 June 2018

Room: A5

Keynote talk


  • User Expectations in Intelligent Environments: Issues and Opportunities in the Interaction of Intelligent Users and Intelligent Environments.
    Fulvio Corno

Activity on project strategies for IEs


This activity will be presented and driven by Aditya Santokhee (Middlesex University, Mauritius branch). Firstly, attendees will be invited to complete an online questionnaire on project strategies for IEs. After that, the statistics of the answers will be shown. And finally, there will be a discussion on the results obtained.

Accepted papers


  • Improvement of Localization Accuracy with Consecutive Images using Pre-Map.
    Wataro Takahashi, Junji Takahashi and Yoshito Tobe
  • HLSI: Intelligent Sensors with HTTP Connection to Servers.
    Masaru Onodera, Tomoya Kaneko, Junji Takahashi and Yoshito Tobe
  • “Hey Siri, do you understand me?”: Virtual Assistants and Dysarthria.
    Fabio Ballati, Fulvio Corno and Luigi De Russis
  • Integration of MultiAgent Systems with Resource-Oriented Architecture for Management of IoT-objects.
    Pablo Pico-Valencia and Juan A. Holgado-Terriza

Programme explanation


As in the previous editions of this workshop, each accepted paper will be presented through a poster and not by a traditional oral presentation with slides, in order to encourage a real interaction among participants, sharing knowledge and experiences on the workshop topics. Consequently, authors of accepted papers must prepare a poster (up to A1 size) instead of a (PowerPoint or similar software application) file with slides. Additionally, authors may willingly present a demo of their work and/or project a video related to it. We would ask the participants to arrive early and place their posters on the right place (according to indications by organizers) at the very beginning (if possible, before the event starts).

There will be only an oral presentation with slides, the keynote talk. After that, we will have the poster session, followed by a debate and discussion among all the attendees focused on identifying challenges in the areas covered by the workshop. Of course, we will try to link the ideas discussed to the contents of the keynote and accepted papers, with the aim of trying to propose how the achievements of each work can benefit others and establish a real sense of community interested in addressing the current challenges in such areas. Attendees will be also invited to propose other topics they like to be discussed in this activity.

The PDF files of the papers accepted as well as the one corresponding to the keynote talk have been placed in a folder (called WoRIE'18) in Google Drive. This folder will be shared among all the participants, with the aim to facilitate their previous reading, and thus to take advantage of the time available for fruitful discussing during the meeting.

Our intention is to publish the results of this group discussion in some way, which will depend on the result itself. With this, we aim that our community can access this outcome and benefit from it. Therefore, in order to facilitate the discussion and encourage that interesting results can arise from it, if the number of attendees to the workshop is high, a series of (a manageable size) groups will be formed to discuss about the topics addressed during the workshop and others related to them. Finally, the conclusions reached by each group will be shared with the rest of groups and possibilities for publication and plans for the future will be agreed.