Final Program

Final Program

The IHSI2019 Final (technical sessions and rooms) are subject to change. Technical Sessions will be held on Sunday, January 7, 2019, Monday, January 8, 2019 and Tuesday, January 9, 2019. (Al-Safa rooms Level 4)

Opening Session and Keynote Address: 8:30-10:30 Sunday, January 7, 2019 (Emirates Ballroom - Level 6)

Conference Reception and Banquet will be held 18:00-21:00 Sunday, January 7, 2019   (Al-Safa Terrace - Level 4) 

For inclusion in the conference proceedings, publication and Final Program,
a unique registration of at least one author or co-author per poster is required by: 30 December 2017
.

 

FULL CONFERENCE SCHEDULE  
Sunday, January 7, 2019 Monday, January 8, 2019 Tuesday, January 9, 2019

  8:30-10:30
Keynote
8:30-10:30
Detailed Technical Program
8:30-10:30
Detailed Technical Program
 
  11:30-13:30
Detailed Technical Program
11:30-13:30
Detailed Technical Program
11:30-13:30
Detailed Technical Program
 
  15:00 – 17:00
Detailed Technical Program
15:00 – 17:00
Detailed Technical Program
15:00 – 17:00
Detailed Technical Program
 
  9:00-17:00
Posters Sessions
9:00-17:00
Posters Sessions
9:00-17:00
Posters Sessions
 

  DETAILED TECHNICAL PROGRAM

Sunday, January 7, 2019    
  8:30 - 10:30
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IHSI2019 Keynote Address:

The Emergence of True Human-Computer Symbiosis (Robots – Agents – People)
Speaker: Dylan Schmorrow
ALL
Emirates Ballroom
   
  10:30 - 11:30  •  Refreshments •  Room: Al-Safa Foyer
   
SESSION
Sunday, January 7, 2019   •   11:30 - 13:30
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1
Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems I
Session 1
Sunday
January 7
11:30-13:30
COG
IHSI1: Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems
Al-Safa 1
Chair:  Kawa Nazemi, Germany  
Social network analysis in submarine command and control
  Neville Stanton and Aaron Roberts, UK
 
A perception study of a new set of usability heuristics for transactional web sites
  Freddy Paz, Freddy A. Paz, Juan Jesús Arenas and Carmen Rosas, Peru
 
The role of mental model in graphical password selection and design
  Mona Mohamed, Joyram Chakraborty and Josh Dehlinger, USA
 
Non-obtrusive sleep detection for character computing profiling
  Alia El Bolock, Rowan Amr and Slim Abdennadher, Egypt
 
On user eXperience evaluation: Combining user tests and psychometrics
  Virginia Zaraza Rusu, Cristian Rusu, Pablo Caceres, Virginica Rusu, Daniela Quiñones and Patricia Muñoz, Chile
Intelligent visual analytics – A human-adaptive approach for complex and analytical tasks
  Kawa Nazemi, Germany
 
Assessing effect of care treatment using face emotional analysis and cognitive computing
  Arashi Sako, Masahide Nakamura and Sachio Saiki, Japan
 
   
2
Intelligence, Technology and Automation I
Session 2
Sunday
January 7
11:30-13:30
ITA/COG
IHSI2: Intelligence, Technology and Automation / IHSI1: Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems
Al-Safa 2
Co-Chairs:  Christian Lehsing, Axel Schulte and Diana Donath, Germany  
External HMIs and their effect on the interaction between pedestrians and automated vehicles
  Ye Eun Song, Christian Lehsing, Tanja Fuest and Klaus Bengler, Germany
 
The command team experimental testbed: using the event analysis systemic teamwork method to identify automation requirements
  Aaron Roberts and Neville Stanton, UK
A design and description method for human-autonomy teaming systems
 Axel Schulte and Diana Donath, Germany
 
Designing a proactive risk mitigation environment for integrated autonomous vehicle and human infrastructure
  Caitlin Anne Surakitbanharn, USA
Artificial intelligence and interaction design for a positive emotional user experience
  Cristina Caramelo Gomes and Sandra Preto, Portugal
 
Continuous Model Base System Engineering (MBSE) improvement and human system integration at Airbus Defence and Space (DS)
  Robert Sharples, UK
Holistic scenarios by using platform technologies with human-machine-collaboration for small batch-sized production
  Yübo Wang, Germany
 
3
Tutorial: Privacy Issues in Social Media 
Session 3
Sunday
January 7
11:30-13:30
TUT
Tutorial
Al-Safa 3
Presenter:  Esma Aimeu, Canada  
 
4
Humans and Artificial Systems Complexity I
Session 4
Sunday
January 7
11:30-13:30
COMP
IHSI4: Humans and Artificial Systems Complexity
Al-Safa 4
Co-Chairs:  Johan Hoorn and Frode Eika Sandnes, The Netherlands/Norway  
The robot brain server:  Design of a human-artificial systems partnership
  Johan Hoorn, The Netherlands
 
Statistics-IDE: Supporting the design of empirical experiments for non-experts during early stages of research projects
  Frode Eika Sandnes and Evelyn Eika, Norway
Collaborative human-machine interaction in mobile phone support centers: A case study
 Kyle Dent, Luke Plurkowski and John Maxwell, USA
 
Measuring user experience of seniors in battery swapping interactions
  Fei-Hui Huang, Taiwan
 
 
  13:30 - 15:00  •  Lunch Break •  Enjoy lunch at the restaurant of your choice
 
SESSION
Sunday, January 7, 2019   •   15:00 - 17:00
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Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems II
Session 5
Sunday
January 7
15:00-17:00
COG/ITA
IHSI1: Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems / IHSI2: Intelligence, Technology and Automation
Al-Safa 1
  Co-Chairs:  Juha Puustjärvi and H. T. M. A. Riyadh, Finland/Bangladesh    
  Integrating e-Health tools: A way to more advanced healthcare services
  Juha Puustjärvi and Leena Puustjarvi, Finland
   
  Humans and color cognition – using the brain to study human behavior
  Fernando Moreira da Silva, Portugal
   
  Identify subconscious visual response from brain signals
  H. T. M. A. Riyadh, Zehara Zebin, Md. Jahangir Hossain Bhuyain, Khandaker Tabin Hasan and
  A. Z. M. Ehtesham Chowdhury, Bangladesh
  Human-human interaction: A neglected field of study?
  Piotr Chynal, Janusz Sobecki and Julia Falkowska, Poland
   
  Neurofeedback and its effect on cognitive performance
  Aleksandra Przegalinska and Leon Ciechanowski, Poland
   
  GazePass: A usable, single, and yet strong biometrics authentication method
  Christina Van Braz and Ahmed Seffah, Canada/Finland
   
   
6
Intelligence, Technology and Automation II
Session 6
Sunday
January 7
15:00-17:00
ITA
IHSI2: Intelligence, Technology and Automation
Al-Safa 2
  Chair:  Walter Eichendorf, Germany     
  New technologies and occupational health and safety
  Walter Eichendorf, Germany
   
  The future of driver distraction
  Katie Parnell, Neville Stanton and Katherine Plant, UK
   
  The cognitive airport signage system design:  Comparative case study between American airport and Chinese airport
  Yan Gan and Feng Zhipeng, Japan
  A prototype of a small tracked robot for gas pipeline inspection and maintenance
  Wen Zhao, Mitsuhiro Kamezaki, Yoshida Kento, Minoru Konno, Ryoichi Toriumi and Shigeki Sugano, Japan
  Impact of digitized assembly instructions on productivity and worker satisfaction
  Lukas Merkel, Laura Merhar, Christoph Berger, Cedric Schultz, Stefan Braunreuther and Gunther Reinhart, Germany
  Study on estimation of driver’s state during automatic driving using seat pressure
  Kenta Okabe, Keiichi Watanuki, Kazunori Kaede and Keiichi Muramatsu, Japan
   
  Estimating driver workload with systematically varying traffic complexity using machine learning: Experimental design
  Udara Manawadu, Takahiro Kawano, Shingo Murata, Mitsuhiro Kamezaki and Shigeki Sugano, Japan
       
8
Emotional Materials and Social Inclusion
Session 8
Sunday
January 7
15:00-17:00
SMIHS
IHSI5: Smart Materials and Inclusive Human Systems
Al-Safa 4
  Co-Chairs:  Giuseppe di Bucchianico and Donattella Radogna, Italy    
  The emotional side of smartness: Intelligent materials and everyday aesthetics
  Anna Cecilia Russo, France
   
  Smart shopping experience. New materials and technologies for social inclusion through daily activities
  Stefania Camplone and Giuseppe di Bucchianico, Italy
   
  Next smart design: Inclusion, emotions, interaction in the concept of baby soothing, caring and monitoring smart solutions
  Marinella Ferrara and Anna Cecilia Russo, Italy/France
Cyclotourism and social inclusion: From service to product for a smart extra-urban bike sharing
  Ivo Spitilli, Stefania Camplone and Giuseppe di Bucchianico, Italy
 
Design for inclusive human-machine systems:  Model connectivity in complex systems
  Najat Alrashed, Jumana Almahmoud, Sattam Alsubaiee, Areej Alwabil and Anas Alfaris, Saudi Arabia
 
Using Accimaps to explore human-systems interactions in road safety
  Katherine Plant, Rich McIlroy and Neville Stanton, UK
 
 
  Monday, January 8, 2019     
SESSION
Monday, January 8, 2019   •   8:30 - 10:30
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Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems III
Session 9
Monday
January 8
8:30-10:30
COG
IHSI1: Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems
Al-Safa 1
  Co-Chairs:  Patricia Tegtmeier and Cezary Biele, Germany/Poland    
Computerized brain interfaces for adaptive learning and assessment
  Rosa María Arnaldo, Javier Iglesias, Víctor Fernando Gómez, Javier Crespo, Luis Pérez and José Félix Alonso, Spain
Surface recalibration as a new method improving gaze-based human-computer interaction
  Cezary Biele and Pawel Kobylinski, Poland
 
Tablets and smart glasses in modern production environments - a lab study on distracted walking
  Patricia Tegtmeier and Sascha Wischniewski, Germany
 
Research on parent-child interaction system of intelligent children's furniture based on application behavior analysis
  Ting Deng, Wei Sun and Ruiqiu Zhang, China
SenseBooks: Multisensory books design concepts
  Paulo Maldonado, Portugal
 
       
10
Intelligence, Technology and Automation III
Session 10
Monday
January 8
8:30-10:30
ITA
IHSI2: Intelligence, Technology and Automation
Al-Safa 2
  Co-Chairs:  Don Allen and Verena Wagner-Hartl, USA/Germany    
  Injecting digitized knowledge into the technical support dialog
  Don Allen, USA
   
  What are the benefits of newly developed medical devices when the user does not use them?  An investigation of hearing aid use
  Verena Wagner-Hartl, Germany
Intelligent bathroom - intelligent decision for health
  Anna Jaglarz, Poland
 
Evaluating quality of internet breast cancer information: Fuzzy VIKOR approach
  Zuhaira Muhammad Zain, Saudi Arabia
 
 
11
Humans and Artificial Systems Complexity II
Session 11
Monday
January 8
8:30-10:30
COMP
IHSI4: Humans and Artificial Systems Complexity
Al-Safa 3
  Chair:  Kirsten Revell, UK    
User centered ecological interface design: A novel method applied to safe and user friendly interaction between drivers and autonomous vehicles
  Kirsten Revell, Pat Langdon, Mike Bradley, Ioannis Politis, James Brown and Neville Stanton, UK
Modelling the perceived pragmatic and hedonic quality of intelligent personal assistants
  Tihomir Orehovački, Snježana Babić and Darko Etinger, Croatia
 
The brave new e-World of the human-centered media ecosystem
  Lilia Raycheva and Dobrinka Peicheva, Bulgaria 
 
Transformations in mass society and emergent properties of human behavior in contemporary media space
  Dobrinka Peicheva, Lilia Raycheva, Valentina Milenkova and Boris Manov, Bulgaria
Web page graphic design usability testing enhanced with eye-tracking
  Julia Falkowska, Piotr Chynal and Janusz Sobecki, Poland
 
 
12
Society, Governance and Smart Systems
Session 12
Monday
January 8
8:30-10:30
SMIHS
IHSI5: Smart Materials and Inclusive Human Systems
Al-Safa 4
Co-Chairs:  Gianmarco Cifaldi and Ionut Serban, Italy/Romania    
  City of the future
  Fabrizio Fornari, Italy
   
  Between a smart city and smart society
  Gianmarco Cifaldi and Ionut Serban, Italy/Romania
   
  Hemp for a healthy and sustainable building in Abruzzo
  Donatella Radogna, Maria Cristina Forlani and Luciana Mastrolonardo, Italy
 
  Applied semiotics in the context of open government data (OGD) portals in the Arab Gulf
  Furat Aljishi, Arwa Alsaati, Areej Al-Wabil and Anas Alfaris, Saudi Arabia
   
  Study of the ergonomics applied to the reuse and recycling of materials
  Hebert Roberto da Silva, Brazil
   
  Smart cities-smart societies
 Gianmarco Cifaldi and Ionut Serban, Italy/Romania
   
 
  10:30 - 11:30  •  Refreshments •  Room: Al-Safa Foyer
SESSION
Monday, January 8, 2019   •   11:30 - 13:30
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13
Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems IV
Session 13
Monday
January 8
11:30-13:30
COG
IHSI1: Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems
Al-Safa 1
  Chair:  Rick van der Kleij, The Netherlands    
  The design of a digital teammate to support collaborative sensemaking in Cyber Security Incident Response Teams
  Rick van der Kleij, The Netherlands
  Identification of visually impaired person with deep learning
  Shoichiro Fujisawa, Shin-ichi Ito, Katsuya Sato, Ryota Kurozumi and Ranmaru Mandai, Japan
   
Study on visual symbols used in food packaging identification of the elderly with chronic diseases
  Jiajie Lyu and Delai Men, China
 
Will sketching survive in confront with the use of artificial intelligence tools?
  Ana Moreira da Silva, Portugal
 
 
14
Computational Modeling and Simulation I
Session 14
Monday
January 8
11:30-13:30
CMS
IHSI3: Computational Modeling and Simulation
Al-Safa 2
  Co-Chairs:  Ketoma Vix and Andrej Dobrkovic, Germany and The Netherlands    
Development and evaluation of a virtual reality grocery shopping application using a multi-Kinect walking-in-place approach
  Ketoma Vix Kemanji, Philip Schaefer and Gerrit Meixner, Germany
Augmenting the evaluation and mapping of progress in scientific research: A human-machine symbiosis perspective
  Andrej Dobrkovic, Daniel A. Döppner, Maria Eugenia Iacob and Jos van Hillegersberg, The Netherlands
Guidance of enterprise team division based on security awareness and interaction
  Yun-lu Zhang and Xue-bo Chen, China
 
Bayesian network construction and simplified inference method based on causal chains
  Yohei Ueda, Masaomi Kimura and Daisuke Ide, Japan
 
Digital human modelling method for the evaluation of the ultrasound system and transducer design adherence to the SDMS industry standards
  Giuseppe Andreoni, Carlo Emilio Standoli, Fabio Rezzonico, Luis Rojas and Leonardo Forzoni, Italy
Applying process mining techniques to learning management systems for educational process model discovery and analysis
  Darko Etinger, Tihomir Orehovački and Snježana Babić, Croatia
 
15
Humans and Artificial Systems Complexity III
Session 15
Monday
January 8
11:30-13:30
COMP
IHSI4: Humans and Artificial Systems Complexity
Al-Safa 3
  Co-Chairs:  Prasanna Illankoon and Aysen Taylor, Sweden/USA    
Crew resource management doctrine applicability to human-machine interaction in commercial aircraft
  Aysen Taylor, USA
Preliminary research on competency model for high plateau airline pilots
    Qi Luo, China
 
Identifying significance of human cognition in future maintenance operations
  Prasanna Illankoon, Phillip Tretten and Uday Kumar, Sweden
 
User interface design in remove aerodrome flight information service
  Shoka Nagata, Kazuhiko Yamazaki and Satoru Inoue, Japan
 
 
16
Tutorial: Augmenting Cognitive Cultural Intelligence
Session 16
Monday
January 8
11:30-13:30
TUT
Tutorial 
Al-Safa 4
  Presenter: Shatha Samman, UAE    
       
  13:30 - 15:00  •  Lunch Break •  Enjoy lunch at the restaurant of your choice
       
SESSION
Monday, January 8, 2019   •   15:00 - 17:00
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17
Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems V
Session 17
Monday
January 8
15:00-17:00
COG
IHSI1: Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems
Al-Safa 1
  Chair:  Claire Taylor, Norway    
Adaptive edge analytics - A framework to improve performance and prognostics capabilities for dairy IOT sensor
  Santosh Kedari, Jaya Shankar Vuppalapati, Anitha Ilapakurti, Sharat Kedari, Rajasekar Vuppalapati and
  Chandrasekar Vuppalapati, USA
Operator response to failure of a computerized procedure system
  Claire Taylor, Michael Hildebrandt, Niav Hughes and Robert McDonald, Norway
 
Integrating classes from different schools using intelligent teacher support systems
  Roberto Araya, Chile
 
Biological and social factors that exert an impact on decision making during working-out of the convergent technologies
  Evgeny Kolbachev and Tatiana Kolbacheva, Russia
Machine-man-task system approach and NR -17 regulatory standard - ergonomics
  Kazuo Hatakeyama and Norma de Melo Pinto, Brazil
 
 
18
Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems VI
Session 18
Monday
January 8
15:00-17:00
COG
IHSI1: Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems
Al-Safa 2
  Chair:  Areej Al-Wabil, Saudi Arabia    
  Recognition of affective states via electroencephalogram analysis and classification
  Abeer Al-Nafjan, Manar Hosny, Yousef Al-Ohali and Areej Al-Wabil, Saudi Arabia
   
  Multimodal interactive payment based on biometrics
  Shuxian Liu and Huaming Peng, China
   
  The effects of enterprise staff safety consciousness based on cellular automata model
  Min Yang and Xue-bo Chen, China
   
  A qualitative model to predict users’ fear of environmental conditions for evacuation route guidance
  Hiroshi Furukawa and Zhihuan Liu, Japan
   
Research on the construction of the hierarchical classification model of the urban intelligent lighting appliance (UILA) based on user needs
  Junnan Ye, Jianxin Cheng, Chaoxiang Yang, Zhang Zhang, Xinyu Yang and Lingyun Yao, China
 
19
Intelligence, Technology and Automation IV
Session 19
Monday
January 8
15:00-17:00
ITA
IHSI2: Intelligence, Technology and Automation
Al-Safa 3
  Chair:  Jaroslaw Kowalski, Poland    
Significance of social factors for effective implementation of Smart Energy Management Systems in end-user households
  Jaroslaw Kowalski, Cezary Biele, Marek Mlodozeniec and Marcel Geers, Poland/The Netherlands
Research on an improved fall detection algorithm for elderly people
  Qi Luo, China
 
Human activity predictive patterns:  A pilot study for unobtrusive discovery of daily working routine
  Hicham Rifai, Paula Kelly, Yoshiki Shoji, Damon Berry and Matteo Zallio, Ireland
 
The creative space of university as a cognitive-generative system
  Alexander O. Karpov, Russia
 
Task analysis of diagnostic ultrasound system use: Comparison between sonographers’ and physicians’ use in different clinical applications
  Giuseppe Andreoni, Marco Delpiano, Nicola Guraschi and Leonardo Forzoni, Italy
 
20
Computational Modeling and Simulation II
Session 20
Monday
January 8
15:00-17:00
CMS
IHSI3: Computational Modeling and Simulation
Al-Safa 4
  Co-Chairs:  Roger Parker and Konstantin Konson, USA/Germany    
Quantum computing as a future technology. Basics of Q-bits manipulation
  Konstantin Konson, Germany
 
Explorations into deep learning mobile applications
  Sonja Gievska, Alisa Krstova and Alek Petreski, USA/Macedonia
 
Agent-based simulation in healthcare resource allocation for cardiovascular diseases in Saudi Arabia
  Areej Al-Wabil, Sulaf Almagooshi and Fahmi Alsenani, Saudi Arabia
The concept of narrative as a fundamental for human agent-based modeling
  Roger Parker, USA
 
Image super resolution using wavelet transformation and swarm optimization algorithm
   Gunamani Jena, Sudam Sekhar Panda, Bonam Venkata Rajesh and Subhashish Jena, India
 
 
  Tuesday, January 9, 2019     
SESSION
Tuesday, January 9, 2019   •    8:30 - 10:30
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Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems VII
Session 21
Tuesday
January 9
8:30-10:30
COG
IHSI1: Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems
Al-Safa 1
  Co-Chairs:  Qi Luo and Khulood Alameri, China/UAE    
  Research on falling detection system for old people based on three-dimensional acceleration
  Qi Luo, China
 
  Human posture tracking system for industrial process design and assessment
  Francesco Caputo, Alessandro Greco, Egidio D'Amato, Immacolata Notaro and Stefania Spada, Italy
  Influence of VR-based slope images on walking pattern
  Yusuke Osawa, Keiichi Watanuki, Kazunori Kaede, Keiichi Muramatsu and Norihiro Ishizaka, Japan
  A bionic sphincter for stress urinary incontinence: Design and preliminary experiments
  Khulood Alameri, Gioia Lucarini, Tommaso Mazzocchi, Cesare Stefanini, Paolo Dario and Arianna Menciassi, UAE/Italy
     
22
Intelligence, Technology and Automation V
Session 22
Tuesday
January 9
8:30-10:30
ITA
IHSI2: Intelligence, Technology and Automation
Al-Safa 2
  Co-Chairs:  Chandrasekar Vuppalapati and Christopher Cabrall, USA/The Netherlands    
  AI infused fragrance systems for creating memorable customer experience and venue brand engagement
   Anitha Ilapakurti, Jaya Shankar Vuppalapati, Santosh Kedari, Sharat Kedari, Rajasekar Vuppalapati and
  Chandrasekar Vuppalapati, USA
  The 4D LINT model of function allocation:  Spatial-temporal arrangement and levels of automation
  Christopher Cabrall, Thomas Sheridan, Thomas Prevot, Joost de Winter and Riender Happee, The Netherlands/USA
Service system based on smart urban mobility platform design for Chinese cities
  Jintian Shi and Xiaohua Sun, China
 
Attuning the ‘pedestrian-vehicle’ and ‘driver-vehicle’-why attributing a mind to a vehical matters
  Peter Bengtsson, Sweden
 
 
23
Humans and Artificial Systems Complexity IV
Session 23
Tuesday
January 9
8:30-10:30
COMP
IHSI4: Humans and Artificial Systems Complexity
Al-Safa 3
  Chair:  Kazuhiko Yamazaki, Japan    
  Design approach for Sanpoyoshi principle and case study
  Kazuhiko Yamazaki, Japan
   
  Development of an active upper limb orthosis controlled by EMG with upper arm rotation
  Akihiko Hanafusa, Yuji Kubota, Masaki Nagusa, Haruki Ishii, Kengo Ohnishi, Yushiyuki Shibata and Fumiya Shiki, Japan
  Embodied conversational agents in intelligent healthcare applications for native Arabic-speaking populations
   Lamia Almoajil, Sumayia Juman and Areej Al-Wabil, Saudi Arabia
 
  10:30 - 11:30  •  Refreshments •  Room: Al-Safa Foyer
       
SESSION
Tuesday, January 9, 2019   •    11:30 - 13:30
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Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems VIII
Session 25
Tuesday
January 9
11:30-13:30
COG
IHSI1: Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems
Al-Safa 1
  Chair:  Fabian Schmitt, Germany    
Experimental validation of pilot situation awareness enhancement through transparency design of a scalable mixed-initiative mission planner
  Fabian Schmitt, Gunar Roth, Daniel Barber, Jessie Chen and Axel Schulte, USA/Germany
Cognitive cybernetics
  Lennart Willms and Matthias Haun, Germany
 
Design and experimental validation of transparent behavior for a workload-adaptive cognitive agent
  Yannick Brand, Michael Ebersoldt, Daniel Barber, Jessie Chen and Axel Schulte, Germany/USA
 
Exploring the usage of EEG and pupil diameter to detect elicited valence
  Yasmeen Abdrabou, Khaled Kassem, Jailan Salah, Reem El-gendy, Mahesty Morsy, Yomna Abdelrahman and
  Slim Abdennadher, Egypt
Re-modeling the ‘phonebook’ in a smart phone: Personalization based on intimacy and immediacy
  Ravi Mokashi Punekar, Shivani Holkar and Abhishek Yevalkar, India
 
 
26
Intelligence, Technology and Automation VI
Session 26
Tuesday
January 9
11:30-13:30
ITA
IHSI2: Intelligence, Technology and Automation
Al-Safa 2
  Chair:  Pawel Kobylinski, Poland    
Enabling data integration from wearable sensors: The biometric usability research (BUR) platform
  Hissah Alotaibi, Abdulmalik Alsalman and Areej Al-Wabil, Saudi Arabia
 
Influence of human based factors on small neighborhood vs. individual household energy load prediction modelling
  Pawel Kobylinski, Mariusz Wierzbowski and Cezary Biele, Poland
Evaluation of legibility and visual fatigue caused by luminescent text displays
  Daiki Saito, Keiichi Watanuki, Kazunori Kaede, Keiichi Muramatsu, Masutsugu Tasaki, Takashi Kanahira, Eiji Ishiguro
  and Naoya Mashiko, Japan
 
27
Computational Modeling and Simulation III
Session 27
Tuesday
January 9
11:30-13:30
CMS
IHSI3: Computational Modeling and Simulation
Al-Safa 3
  Chair:  Yosef Alsuhaibani, Saudi Arabia    
Personas and behavioral archetypes in user research: Insights from UX design in crowd sourcing platforms for hackathons and time-bound events
  Hailah Alqaffary and Areej Al-Wabil, Saudi Arabia
UX design in the localization and internationalization of NASA's "Eyes on the Earth"
  Lamees Alsuhaibani, Amal Alabdulkarim, Kevin Hussey and Areej Al-Wabil, Saudi Arabia/USA
 
An agent-based model of Saudi household electricity consumption
  Yosef Alsuhaibani, Saudi Arabia
 
Digital media art utilizing traditional animation digital video expression using projection mapping and multi-screen technique
  Feng Zhipeng and Kiyoshi Tomimatsu, China
 
28
Tutorial: Current Insights in Human Factors of Automated Driving and Future Outlook Towards Tele-Operated Remote Driving Services
Session 28
Tuesday
January 9
11:30-13:30
TUT
Tutorial
Al-Safa 4
  Presenters:  Christopher Cabrall, Alexander Eriksson, Zhenji Lu and Sebastiaan Petermeijer, The Netherlands
 
  13:30 - 15:00  •  Lunch Break •  Enjoy lunch at the restaurant of your choice
 
SESSION
Tuesday, January 9, 2019   •    15:00 - 17:00
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29
Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems IX
Session 29
Tuesday
January 9
15:00-17:00
COG
IHSI1: Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems
Al-Safa 1
  Chair:  Davor Predavec, Croatia    
  CPR: Bright side of machine-human relationship
  Shaik Farid Abdull Wahab, Rohayu Othman and Ahmad Rasdan Ismail, Malaysia
   
  Integrating 3D facial model with person-centered care support system for people with dementia
  Shota Nakatani, Sachio Saiki and Masahide Nakamura, Japan
   
  Integration of cognitive cybernetics into intelligent human systems
  Zdenko Balaz and Davor Predavec, Croatia
   
Intelligent augmented reality assistant for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder
  Smitha Venkatesh, Renu Parameswaran and Susheel Kumar Bhargav Kaparaboyna, USA
 
 
30
Panel Discussion-iHSI: Current Practices and Future Opportunities in Dubai
Session 30
Tuesday
January 9
15:00-17:00
COG
IHSI1: Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems
Al-Safa 2
 

Chair:  Shatha Samman, UAE

   
Panelists: Mostafa Aldah, Ali al-Azzawi, Nicklas Dahlstrom, Mazin Gadir and Zain Tahboub, UAE  
 
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Intelligence, Technology and Automation VII
Session 31
Tuesday
January 9
15:00-17:00
ITA
IHSI2: Intelligence, Technology and Automation
Al-Safa 3
  Chair:  Areej Al-Wabil, Saudi Arabia    
Behavioral archetypes in stroke telecare systems
  Areej Al-Wabil, Nora AlGhanmi, Asma Saeed, Ibtisam Al-Mutairi, Malak Alasiri, Bdor Alotaibi and Reema Alharbi, Saudi Arabia
Visualization of reading patterns for people with dyslexia in intelligent dyslexia screening systems for Arabic script
  Arwa Aledaily, Yousef Alohali and Areej Al-Wabil, Saudi Arabia
Aging gracefully using smart technologies!
  Alaa Serry, Canada
 
Edge shield, albeit analytics-driven, for guarding IOT devices against Bluetooth battery drain attack
  Chandrasekar Vuppalapati, Anitha Ilapakurti, Santosh Kedari, Sharat Kedari and Jaya Shankar Vuppalapati, USA
The role of monitoring and evaluation in construction project management
  Callistus Tengan and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
 
 
32
Smart Materials Experience 
Session 32
Tuesday
January 9
15:00-17:00
SMIHS
IHSI5: Smart Materials and Inclusive Human Systems
Al-Safa 4
  Chair:  Marinella Ferrara, Italy    
  ICS materiality
  Marinella Ferrara, Valentina Rognoli, Venanzio Arquilla and Stefano Parisi, Italy
   
  Mapping ICS materials: Interactive, connected, and smart materials
  Stefano Parisi, Davide Spallazzo, Venere Ferraro, Marinella Ferrara, Mauro Attilio Ceconello, Camilo Ayala Garcia
  and Valentina Rognoli, Italy
  Bio-smart materials: The binomial of the future
  Sabrina Lucibello, Marinella Ferrara, Carla Langella, Cecilia Cecchini and Rossana Carullo, Italy
   
  Exploring scenarios for ICS materials in the yacht design framework
  Arianna Bionda and Andrea Ratti, Italy
   
  Advanced materials empowering inclusive engineering design processes
  Micol Costi and Emilio Genovesi, Italy
   
  Smart textiles in architecture
  Claudia Oliveira, Portugal
   
 
ACRONYM TRACK
COG IHSI1: Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems
ITA IHSI2: Intelligence, Technology and Automation
CMS IHSI3: Computational Modeling and Simulation
COMP IHSI4: Humans and Artificial Systems Complexity
SMIHS IHSI5: Smart Materials and Inclusive Human Systems
   
   
Poster Sessions
Posters will be displayed Sunday, January 7, 2019, Monday, January 8, 2019 and Tuesday, January 9, 2019. Posters must be removed by the end of each day/session they are scheduled to be demonstrated. Posters can be positioned starting on Sunday, January 7, 8:00 a.m. and removed by the last poster session on Tuesday, January 9, after 12:30. Poster demonstration sessions will be at the times shown below.
  In order to submit your Poster login to the
IHSISubmission System
   

Requirements for Making Posters

  Sunday, January 7, 2019
Poster Demonstration: 9:00 - 17:00
Room: Al-Safa Foyer
    Monday, January 8, 2019
Poster Demonstration: 9:00 - 17:00
Room: Al-Safa Foyer
A-1 Applying cognitive security systems to deal with modern day threats
  Sulakshan Vajipayajula, USA
  B-1 Gaze-aware cognitive assistant for multiscreen surveillance
  Sebastien Tremblay, Daniel Lafond, Cindy Chamberland,
  Helen Hodgetts and Francois Vachon, Canada
A-2 Ergonomics as element of process and production optimization
  Johannes Labuttis, Germany
  B-2 Comparative analysis of the quantitative parameters of the different shapes of the heart in human fetuses
  Galina Spirina, Russia
A-3 Influence of personal characteristics and device properties on wearable’s rank order
  Thea Radüntz and Uwe Rose, Germany
  B-3 Eye movements and lie detection
  Yulia Bessonova and Alexander Oboznov, Russia
A-4 A practice of flight deck evaluation in civil aircraft
  Haiyan Liu, Baofeng Li, Dayong Dong,
  Yinbo Zhang, Hongtao Liu and Zhefeng Jin, China
  B-4 Instrumentation of an external fixator for force and bone healing process monitoring
  Fatima Ba Fakih, Cesare Stefanini, Paolo Dario and
  Stefano Mazzoleni, UAE
A-5 Loffe current constant from a relativistic three quark model
  Klara Lagrance and Bohdan Klotska, USA
  B-5 Real-time motion reconstruction using digital human models and IMU-based MoCap system
  Yui Endo and Eiichi Yoshida, Japan
A-6 Karate e-learning system using real-time motion capture
  Seiko Endo, Yui Endo and Eiichi Yoshida, Japan
  B-6 Legal risks and the countermeasures of developing intelligent investment advisor in China
  Cheng-yong Liu, Taiwan
A-7 Smart palletisation: Cognitive ergonomics in augmented reality based palletising
  Veronika Kretschmer, Thorsten Plewan,
  Gerhard Rinkenauer and Benedikt Mättig, Germany
  B-7 Act like a human: Teach an autonomous vehicle to deal with traffic encounters
  Jianmin Wang, Jiawei Lu, Fang You and Yujia Wang,
  China
A-8 Theoretical propositions and practical implementation of the formalization of structured knowledge of the subject area for exploratory research
  Olga Popova, Yury Shevtsov, Boris Popov,
  Vladimir Karandey and Vladimir Klyuchko, Russia
  B-8 User context query service supporting person-centered care for elderly people
  Haruhisa Maeda, Sachio Saiki and Masahide Nakamura, Japan
         
  Tuesday, January 9, 2019
Poster Demonstration: 9:00 - 17:00
Room: Al-Safa Foyer
     
C-1 Virtual experiments for elementary school science classes
  Jinwoo Choi and JungHyun Han, South Korea
     
C-2 Cow necklaces - Smart dairy IoT sensor for small & medium family dairies
  Chandrasekar Vuppalapati, Santosh Kedari,
  Anitha Ilapakurti, Jaya Shankar Vuppalapati,
  Sharat Kedari and Chandrasekar Vuppalapati, USA
     
C-3 Intelligent technical support platform for handling technical problems s using  internet of thing (IOT) environment
  Khalda Ali, Saudi Arabia
     
C-4 Reactive operation: A framework for event driven low voltage grid operation
  Ralf Mosshammer, Konrad Diwold, Alfred Einfalt
  and Christoph Groiss, Austria
     
C-5 Research on the development difficulties and countermeasures of Chinese traditional garment industry
  Tianyu He and Qi Luo, China
     
C-6 EEG analysis from motor imagery to control forestry cranes
  Midhumol Augustian, Shafiq ur Réhman, Axel Sandvig,
  Thivra Kotikawatte, Mi Yongcui and
  Hallvard Røe Evensmoen, Sweden/Norway
     
C-7 Automated text detection and character recognition in natural scenes based on local image features and contour processing techniques
  Remigiusz Baran, Poland
     
         
         
         
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