Scientific Program

IHIET 2019 Conference Scientific Program

   

The IHIET 2019 Technical Sessions will be held on Friday,  August 23, 2019 and Saturday,  August 24, 2019.

 

Plenary Session and Keynote Address: 13:30-15:00 Thursday, August 22, 2019, Amphitheatre (Level 1), Université Nice Sophia-Antipolis

 

Keynote Address: The Future of Emerging Technologies - Hybrid Reality and Artificial Intelligence

Speaker: Dr. Tareq Ahram, Scientific Advisor, USA.

 

Co-Keynote Address: Designing the Face of AI

Speaker: Milica Pavlovic, Politecnico di Milano, Italy/MIT Design Lab, USA.


Conference Address: IAE Nice Graduate School of Management, Université Nice Sophia-Antipolis - St Jean d’Angély, Nice, France, 24 Avenue des Diables Bleus, 06300 Nice, France (Google Maps)

 

Conference Reception (registered participants only): 18:00-22:00 Friday, August 22, 2019.

Reception will be held at: Salon Royal, Le Negresco Hotel.

 

Reception Address: 37, Promenade des Anglais 06000 Nice, France (Google Maps)

(Dress is business casual, Photo ID required).

 

The Preliminary Program (technical sessions and rooms) are subject to change.

If you have an update to your presentation title or co-authors, please contact Conference Administration with a detailed message at admin@ihiet.org

IHIET

 

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: 28 July, 2019

 

FULL CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Thursday,  August 22, 2019 Friday, August 23, 2019 Saturday,  August 24, 2019

10:00-16:00
Registration Desk Open
8:00-16:00
Registration Desk Open
8:00-14:00
Registration Desk Open
10:00-13:00
Half-day Tutorials
9:00-11:00
Detailed Technical Program
9:00-11:00
Detailed Technical Program
13:30-15:00
Plenary Session and Keynote
11:30-13:30
Detailed Technical Program
11:30-13:30
Detailed Technical Program
18:00-22:00
Conference Reception
14:30 – 16:30
Detailed Technical Program
14:30 – 16:30
Detailed Technical Program
  10:30-16:30
Posters Sessions
10:30-16:30
Posters Sessions

  Full Scientific Program
 
Thursday,  August 22, 2019   •   13:30 - 15:00
TRACK
ROOM
 

13:30 - 15:00 - Plenary Session and Keynote Address

Conference Address: IAE Nice Graduate School of Management, Université Nice Sophia-Antipolis - St Jean d’Angély, Nice, France, 24 Avenue des Diables Bleus, 06300 Nice, France (Google Maps)

All Amphitheatre (First Level)
 

18:00 - 22:00 - Conference Reception - Salon Royal, Le Negresco Hotel.
Reception Address:
Le Negresco Hotel, 37, Promenade des Anglais 06000 Nice, France (Google Maps)

(Dress is business casual, Conference Registered Participants, Photo ID required).

 

Le Negresco Hotel

 
   

   
SESSION
Friday,  August 23, 2019   •   9:00 - 11:00
TRACK
ROOM
1
IHIET 1: Human-centered Design I
Session 1
Saturday
August 9
8:30-10:30
IHIET 1
Paris

Session Chair(s): Ole Goethe, Norway and Tobias Hecht, Germany

 
From Aggregation to Navigation: Large Image Collections Seeking and Exploration
  Ole Goethe, Norway
 
From apology to compensation; A multi-level taxonomy of trust reparation for highly automated virtual assistants
  Fernando Galdon, Stephen Wang, United Kingdom

Addressing accountability in highly autonomous virtual assistants
  Fernando Galdon, Stephen Wang, United Kingdom

Levels of Driving Automation from a User’s Perspective: How Are the Levels Represented in the User’s Mental Model?
  Hendrik Homans, Jonas Radlmayr, Klaus Bengler, Germany
What Do You Do? An Analysis of Non-Driving Related Activities During a 60 Minutes Conditionally Automated Highway Drive
  Tobias Hecht, Anna Feldhütter, Kathrin Draeger, Klaus Bengler, Germany
Social Robots: Development and Evaluation of a Human-Centered Application Scenario
  Kaspar Kaufmann, Eleni Ziakas, Marco Catanzariti, Giancarlo Stoppa, Roger Burkhard, Hartmut Schulze, Alexandra Tanner, Switzerland
 
SESSION
Friday,  August 23, 2019   •   9:00 - 11:00
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ROOM
2
IHIET 2: Computation and Intelligent Design I
Session 2
Saturday
August 9
8:30-10:30
IHIET 2
Reims
Session Chair(s): Hatem Halaoui, Lebanon and Abrar Hussain, Hungary
 
An Optimal Real-Time Solution for Limited-TSP:Using Smart Algorithms to find an Optimal TSP Real-Time solution over Limited Destinations
  Hatem Halaoui, Lebanon
Data driven arithmetic fuzzy control using the Distending function.
  József Dombi, Abrar Hussain, Hungary
A Heuristic Fuzzy Algorithm for Hardware Engineers Assignment in University Sectors
  Senthilrajan Agniraj, India
Research on Enterprise Security Early Warning System Architecture Based on Internet of Things
  Lan Liyun, Yunjiang Liu, Xue-Bo Chen, China
The Impact of Different Levels of Creative Thinking Members in Group Collaboration Based on Semantic Link
  Zhengyu Wang, Meiyu Zhou, Xiangyu Liu, China
Solving Game theory problems using linear programming & Genetic algorithms
  Marwan Ashour, Iman Amer Hameed Dahhan, Sahar Alqabily, Iraq
 
 
SESSION
Friday,  August 23, 2019   •   9:00 - 11:00
TRACK
ROOM
3
IHIET 3: Augmented, Virtual and Mixed Reality Simulation I
Session 3
Saturday
August 9
8:30-10:30
IHIET 3
Cannes
Session Chair(s): Pawel Kobylinski, Poland and Chia-Chi Mao, Taiwan
 
Visual Attention Convergence Index for Virtual Reality Experiences
  Pawel Kobylinski, Grzegorz Pochwatko, Poland
 
Augmented reality and 3D Visualization effects to enhance battlefield situational awareness
  Chia-Chi Mao, Fei-Yi Chen, Taiwan
 
Design of virtual manikins in spaces with complex topology and high density of occupation
  Eusébio Conceição, João Gomes, Maria Inês Conceição, Maria Manuela Lúcio, Ángel Álvarez-Corbacho, Portugal
 
The effects of virtual reality learning environments on improving the retention, comprehension, and motivation of medical school students
  Neil Gomes, Yiping Lou, Viraj Patwardhan, Timothy Moyer, Victoria Vavala, Cacilda Barros, United States
AugmentedBook: A collaborative e-learning Augmented reality platform
  Nouf Matar Alzahrani, Sonia Lajmi, Saudi Arabia
Investigating the relationship between students’ preferred learning style on their learning experience in Virtual Reality (VR) Learning Environment
  Shiva Pedram, Sarah Howard, Ken Kencevski, Pascal Perez, Australia
SESSION
Friday,  August 23, 2019   •   9:00 - 11:00
TRACK
ROOM
4
IHIET 4: Wearable Technologies, Social and Affective Computing I
Session 4
Saturday
August 9
8:30-10:30
IHIET 4
Nice
Session Chair(s): Leszek Nowak, Poland and Alessandro Ledda, Italy
Innovative wearable systems for improving workers’ safety
  Alessandro Ledda, Raffaele Palomba, Italy
 
Applying Oculography and Biosignals Measurments to Gameplay Modes Analysis
  Iwona Grabska-Gradzińska, Leszek Nowak, Jan Argasiński, Poland
 
Research on the Netizens Trust Model in Social Network Dissemination
  Dong Yunqi, Tao Chi, Xue-Bo Chen, China
 
Use of Wearable Technologies with Machine Learning to understand university student learning behaviours to predict students at risk of failing
  Aidan Mcgowan, United Kingdom
 
  Multimedia Exposure Model via Online Crowdsourcing Observational Study
  Evin Aslan Oguz, Andrej Košir, Slovenia
 
  Integrating Trust in Automation into Driver State Monitoring Systems
  Jaume Perelló-March, Christopher Burns, Mark Elliott, Stewart Birrell, United Kingdom
 
     
 
 
SESSION
Friday,  August 23, 2019   •   9:00 - 11:00
TRACK
ROOM
5
IHIET 5: Human–computer Interaction I
Session 4
Saturday
August 9
8:30-10:30
IHIET 5
Leon
 
Session Chair(s): Frode Sandnes, Norway and Sebastian Rauh, Germany
 
 
Joystick versus Mouse in First Person Shooters: Mouse is Faster than Joystick
  Hilde Pedersen, Rein Frimannslund Refvik, Johnnadel Salita Uy, Frode Eika Sandnes, Norway
 
 
Understanding Peripheral Audiences: from Subtle to Full Body Gestures
  Francisco Javier Martinez Ruiz, Sebastian Rauh, Gerrit Meixner, Mexico
 
 
Studmap 3.0 – An interoperable web-based platform for geospatial data offers in academic life
  Stefana Cioban, Vitor Santos, Torsten Prinz, Portugal
 
 
The interplay of artificial and human intelligence in radiology – Exploring socio-technical system dynamics
  Uta Wilkens, Marc Dewey, Germany
 
 
Digital Technology As A Significant Support For The Teaching Process
  Petr Svoboda, Czech Republic
 
 
Towards a Toolbox for the Development of Intercultural User Interfaces
  Rüdiger Heimgärtner, Germany
 
 
Making Mobile Map Applications Accessible for Visually Impaired People
  Alireza Darvishy, Jasmin Frei, Hans-Peter Hutter, Switzerland
 
 
 
 
   
 
11:00 - 11:30  •  Coffee Break - Refreshments will be provided
 
SESSION
Friday,  August 23, 2019   •   11:30 -13:30
TRACK
ROOM
6
IHIET 6: Medicine, Biomechanics, Sports and Healthcare I
Session 5
Saturday
August 9
11:00 - 13:00
IHIET 6
Paris
 
Session Chair(s): Daniel Steffen, Germany and Eusébio Conceição, Portugal
   
 
A Serious Game for Thrombosis Prophylaxis - Only for the Healthy?
  Daniel Steffen, Juliane Pietschmann, Thomas Jöllenbeck, Gabriele Bleser, Germany
 
Ergonomic analysis of community health agents during homecare visits
  Ana Cristina Forain Bartz, Adalgiza Mafra Moreno, Redha Taiar, Christiano Bittencourt Machado, Luis Guilherme Barbosa, Brazil
 
Coupling of integral and differential numerical models applied in the evaluation of integral thermal comfort, air quality and Draught Risk
  Eusébio Conceição, João Gomes, Maria Manuela Lúcio, Maria Inês Conceição, Hazim Awbi, Portugal
 
Energy Consumption Assessment of College Tennis Players Based on Actigraph GT9X Accelerometer
  Tianyu He, Qi Luo, China
 
Literature review of the application of GT3X in physical activity
  Tong Wan, Qi Luo, China
 
Application of Computational fluid dynamics in biofluids simulation to solve actual surgery tasks
  Alex Kuchumov, Aleksander Selyaninov, Russia
 
 
SESSION
Friday,  August 23, 2019   •   11:30 -13:30
TRACK
ROOM
7
IHIET 7: Human-Technology and Future of Work I
Session 6
Saturday
August 9
11:00 - 13:00
IHIET 7
Reims
 
Session Chair(s): Shannon Salyer, USA and Thomas Suesse, Germany
   
 
Enhancing a Military-Civilian Crosswalk Using a Combination of System-Generated and Human Analysis
  Shannon Salyer, Jan Bayer, Phil Lewis, United States
 
   
 
Digital citizenship behavior in organization as indicator for actors’ co-creative problem-solving in ecosystem-oriented work environments
  Thomas Süße, Germany
   
 
Assessing Trends of Digital Divide Within Digital Services in New York City
  Trisha Sharma, Richard Legarda, Somesh Sharma, United States
   
 
User Discrimination of Content Produced by Generative Adversarial Networks
  Nicholas Caporusso, Gordon Carlson, Kelei Zhang, Daniel Jachetta, Devon Patchin, Noah Vaughn, Spencer Romeiser, Angela Walters, United States
   
 
Application of a Human Factors-Integrated Information Security Framework to an Oil and Gas Organization
  Ahmed Al-Darwish, Pilsung Choe, Qatar
   
 
Development of a Stripper Machine for Al-Mabsili Dates and Evaluation of Human Interactions and Performances
  Alaa Al Hinai, Hemanatha Jayasuriya, Oman
   
 
   
SESSION
Friday,  August 23, 2019   •   11:30 -13:30
TRACK
ROOM
8
IHIET 8: Emerging Technologies and Business Applications I
Session 7
Saturday
August 9
11:00 - 13:00
IHIET 8
Cannes
 
Session Chair(s): Martin Eppler, Switzerland and Spencer Romeiser, USA
   
 
Human-in-the-Middle: Increasing Security of Two-Factor Authentication
  Spencer Romeiser, Kingsley Udenze, Nicholas Caporusso, United States
 
Big Data meets Big Knowledge: Design Principles for the Combination of Visual Analytics and Knowledge Visualization in Collaborative Business Contexts
  Martin Eppler, Switzerland
   
Potential absorptive capacity, realised absorptive capacity and innovation performance
  Saad Yaseen, Jordan
Investigating Transparency and Accountability of User Interfaces for Data Visualization: a Case Study on Crowdfunding
  Nicholas Caporusso, Sijia Li, United States
 
Integral model of maintenance management based on TPM and RCM principles to increase machine availability in a manufacturing company
  Carlos Moscoso, Alex Fernandez, Gino Viacava, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
 
Improving processes through the use of the 5S methodology and menu engineering to reduce production costs of a MSE in the hospitality sector
  Indira Alva, Jose Rojas, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
 
Basic Production Planning and Control Model based on Process Management to Increase the Productivity of Mango MSEs in Casma
  Lizeth Alvarado, Juan Diaz, Juan Quiroz, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
 
 
SESSION
Friday,  August 23, 2019   •   11:30 -13:30
TRACK
ROOM
9
IHIET 1: Human-centered Design II
Session 8
Saturday
August 9
11:00 - 13:00
IHIET 1
Nice
 
Session Chair(s): Scott MacKinnon, Sweden and Susanna Aromaa, Finland
   
Human Factors Perspective to Preventing Unruly Technologies
  Scott Mackinnon, Yemao Man, Katie Aylward, Monica Lundh, Sweden
Use of Robotics Laboratory Programs in Improving STEAM Outcomes in India
  Jagannath Kallakurchi, Pradipta Banerji, India
Designing a Pleasant Waiting Area for the Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Unit Based on Subjective Experiences and Needs of the Japanese People
  Nermin Elokla, Harumi Kagawa, Japan
User Experience of a Social Media Based Knowledge Sharing System in Industry Work
  Susanna Aromaa, Maria Tsourma, Stylianos Zikos, Eija Kaasinen, Mariia Kreposna, Anastasios Drosou, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Finland
Natural Human-Robot Interaction Toolkit
  Ruslan Gaifullin, Mikhail Ivanou, Rustem Gazizov, Russia
Implementing Workplace Technologies – a Motivation-Oriented Approach
  Yvonne Schmid, Julia Auburger, Germany
 
Ethics in Designing Intelligent Systems
  Pertti Saariluoma, Jaana Leikas, Finland
 
 
 
 
13:30 - 14:30  •  Lunch Break • 
 
SESSION
Friday,  August 23, 2019   •   14:30 -16:30
TRACK
ROOM
11
IHIET 3: Augmented, Virtual and Mixed Reality Simulation II
Session 9
Saturday
August 9
14:00 - 16:00
IHIET 3
Paris
 
Session Chair(s): Christina Zavlanou, Cyprus and Anya Evmenova, USA
   
Designing Technologies for Neurodiverse Users: Considerations from Research Practice
  Vivian Genaro Motti, Anna Evmenova, United States
Virtual Reality-based simulation of age-related visual deficiencies: implementation and evaluation in the design process
  Christina Zavlanou, Andreas Lanitis, Cyprus
Exploration of Underinvestigated Indoor Environment Based on Mobile Robot and Mixed Reality
  Aydar Akhmetzyanov, Rauf Yagfarov, Salimzhan Gafurov, Mikhail Ostanin, Alexandr Klimchik, Russia
A validated failure behvaior model for driver models to test automated driving functions
  Bernd Huber, Christoph Sippl, Reinhard German, Anatoli Djanatliev, Germany
 
   
       
SESSION
Friday,  August 23, 2019   •   14:30 -16:30
TRACK
ROOM
13
IHIET 5: Human–computer Interaction II
Session 11
Saturday
August 9
14:00 - 16:00
IHIET 5
Cannes
 
Session Chair(s): Patrick Coe, Finland and Robbert Jan Beun, Netherlands
   
 
Using Dynamic Real-time Haptic Mediation in VR and AR Environments
  Ahmed Farooq, Patrick Coe, Grigori Evreinov, Roope Raisamo, Finland
 
Smart Learning Environments: A blend of ICT Achievements and Smart Pedagogy for the World Sustainable Development
  Vasiliki Karampa, Foteini Paraskeva, Greece
E-Coaching as a Persuasive Support in Self-Management Programs for Health
  Robbert Jan Beun, Netherlands
Task identification framework to automatically detect anomalies in users’ interactions with mobile application to support usability evaluation
  Kateryna Sergieieva, Thierry Martial Ngondji Bitchou, Gerrit Meixner, Germany
 
InData Envisioning & Prototyping Informed by Data. A data scraping and visualization tool to support design scenarios
  Laura Varisco, Ilaria Mariani, Stefano Parisi, Mila Stepanovic, Michele Invernizzi, Patrizia Bolzan, Italy
Exploring Gesture-Based Tangible Interactions with an AI Agent
  Milica Pavlovic, Sara Colombo, Yihyun Lim, Federico Casalegno, United States
SESSION
Friday,  August 23, 2019   •   14:30 -16:30
TRACK
ROOM
14
IHIET 6: Medicine, Biomechanics, Sports and Healthcare II
Session 12
Saturday
August 9
14:00 - 16:00
IHIET 6
Nice
 
Session Chair(s): Sara Mosleh , Italy and Justine Hellec , France
   
To Err is Human: Bulding a Safer Health Care System
  Sharon Kleefield, United States
 
A method of localization and segmentation of vertebrae in spine EOS image
  Sara Mosleh, Pascal Bruniaux, Guillaume Tartare, France
 
Waist movement in Postural Change-Horizontal Movement-From the middle of the bed to the edge: A Highly Cultural Caring Application
  Tomoko Ota, Ken Ikuhisa, Xiaodan Lu, Akira Kondo, Mami Higuchi, Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan
Reproducibility and reliability of embedded inertial motion sensors integrated to smart eyeglasses during Sit-to-Stand test
  Justine Hellec, Frédéric Chorin, Andrea Castagnetti, Serge Colson, France
Numerical evaluation of sport mouthgard application
  Anna Kamenskih, Tatyana Ustugova, Alex Kuchumov, Redha Taiar, Russia
 
Preliminary results on the assessment of temperature distribution on hands after typing on ergonomic and non-ergonomic postures
  Bruno Erthal De Souza Vianna, Pedro Kaíque Rodrigues Leite, Emma Butterworth, Redha Taiar, Christiano Bittencourt Machado, Brazil
Biomechanical analysis of the impact of Ankle Foot Orthosis on gait in patient’s behaviors
  Chiboub Adel Redha Taiar, France
 
 
 
SESSION
Friday,  August 23, 2019   •   14:30 -16:30
TRACK
ROOM
15
IHIET 7: Human-Technology and Future of Work II
Session 13
Saturday
August 9
16:30 -18:30
IHIET 7
Leon
 
Session Chair(s): Marco Roccetti, Italy and Daniela Constantinescu, Canada
   
 
Deep Water: Predicting Water Meter Failures through a Human-Machine Intelligence Collaboration
  Luca Casini, Giovanni Delnevo, Marco Roccetti, Nicolo Zagni, Giuseppe Cappiello, Italy
   
 
Distributed Connectivity-Preserving Coordination of Multi-Agent Systems with Bounded Velocities
  Yuan Yang, Daniela Constantinescu, Yang Shi, Canada
   
 
Towards Educational Technologies in Language Learning for Children: A perspective of Linguistic Anthropology
  Pingfang Yu, Jiali Du, Xinguang Li, China
   
 
Universal basic income: comparative analysis of experiments
  Svetlana Tsvirko, Russia
   
 
An evolutionary approach to hyper-parameter optimization of Neural Networks
  Marco Stang, Christopher Meier, Vinzenz Rau, Eric Sax, Germany
   
  Using Machine Learning to optimize energy consumption of HVAC systems in vehicles
  Martin Boehme, Andreas Lauber, Marco Stang, Eric Sax, Germany
  Society 5.0 as a Result of the Technological Evolution: Historical Approach
  Andreia G. Pereira, Tânia M. Lima, Fernando Charrua-Santos, Portugal
 
 
16:30 - 17:00  •  Coffee Break - Refreshments will be provided
 
   
 
   
SESSION
Saturday,  August 24, 2019   •  9:00 - 11:00
TRACK
ROOM
16
IHIET 8: Emerging Technologies and Business Applications II
Session 14
Saturday
August 9
16:30 -18:30
IHIET 8
Paris
 
Session Chair(s): Lucero Calero, Peru and Sergio Ordoñez, Mexico
   
Security System Based on STRIDE Using Artificial Intelligence
  Sergio Ordoñez, Juan Mendoza, Omar Gonzalez, Miguel Obregon, Joaquin Lara, Mexico
Lean model of services for the improvement in the times of attention of the emergency areas of the health sector
  Lucero Calero, Aracelli Maccasi, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
 
Design of a model of marketing a product of detection and identification with technology of positioning in interiors based on RFID
  Amy Canepa, Grecia Rodríguez, Jose Rojas, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
Continuous improvement model for inventory planning applying MRP II in small and medium sized enterprises
  Hugo Villafuerte, Gino Viacava, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
Project Planning Methodology Based on Lean Philosophy and PMBOK Guidelines for SMEs in the Electricity Sector
  Denisse Bazán, Marco Pinedo, Jose Rojas, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
 
Strategic Planning Model to Increase the Profitability of an HR Outsourcing SME through Digital Transformation
  Andrea Bautista, Adriana Leon, Jose Rojas, Carlos Raymundo, Jose Alvarez, Peru
 
Quality management model for a small enterprise of pecan farmers in Ica el Valle - Peru
  Angello Bolaños, Luis Leiva, Fernando Sotelo, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
 
 
SESSION
Saturday,  August 24, 2019   •  9:00 - 11:00
TRACK
ROOM
17
IHIET 1: Humans and Artificial Cognitive Systems III
Session 15
Saturday
August 9
16:30 -18:30
IHIET 1
Reims
 
Session Chair(s): Charles Lamontagne, Canada and Daniel de la Flor, UK
   
Impact of Disruptive Technologies on the Human Attitude
  Vaclav Jirovsky, Vaclav Jirovsky Jn, Czech Republic
User Test: How Many Users Are Needed to Find the Psychophysiological Pain Points in a Journey Map?
  Charles Lamontagne, Sylvain Sénécal, Marc Fredette, Shang Lin Chen, Romain Pourchon, Yohan Gaumont, David De Grandpré, Pierre-Majorique Léger, Canada
Space Architecture: The rise of a new discipline in architecture and design curricula
  Paolo Caratelli, United Arab Emirates
Virtual Workshops on the road: co-designing with drivers, within context in real-time
  Daniel De La Flor Aceituno, Joseph Giacomin, Alessio Malizia, Lee Skrypchuk, United Kingdom
Application of Fuzzy Evaluation Methods on Campus Security Awareness
  Wang Shu, Qiang Qu, Xue-Bo Chen, China
   
Research and Improvement of Enterprise Safety Behavior Based on SEM
  Tong Yuqing, Shaochuan Xu, Xue-Bo Chen, China
 
   
SESSION
Saturday,  August 24, 2019   •  9:00 - 11:00
TRACK
ROOM
19
IHIET 5: Human–computer Interaction III
Session 17
Sunday
August 10
8:30-10:30
IHIET 5
Nice
 
Session Chair(s): Jakob Andersen, Germany and Renate Motschnig, Austria
   
 
Towards Visual Data Science - an Exploration
  Jakob Smedegaard Andersen, Marina Tropmann-Frick, Germany
 
 
A Proposal of Human Interface for Evacuation Support System on Smartphone
  Shohei Taga, Munehiro Takimoto, Yasushi Kambayashi, Japan
 
Leading Diverse Teams to Success: What are the Factors that Can Make a Difference?
  Renate Motschnig, Seyhan Güver, Austria
 
What makes users adopt a new technology? Extending the Technology Acceptance Model by technology-inherent antecedents
  Agnieszka Paruzel, Lisa Mlekus, Dominik Bentler, Günter W. Maier, Germany
 
 
Simulation of a New Airport Security Design Concept
  Martin Jung, Axel B. Classen, André Castro, Catarina Ferreira, Germany
 
A pilot study on interactive information visualization of multi-dimensional data
  Ting Tan, Zhanxun Dong, China
 
 
A data-driven methodology to assess text complexity based on syntactic and semantic measurements
  Diego Palma, Christian Soto, Bernardo Riffo, Mónica Véliz, Antonio Gutiérrez, Chile
 
 
 
11:00 - 11:30  •  Coffee Break - Refreshments will be provided
 
SESSION
Saturday,  August 24, 2019   •  11:30 - 13:30
TRACK
ROOM
21
IHIET 8: Emerging Technologies and Business Applications III
Session 20
Sunday
August 10
8:30-10:30
IHIET 8
Paris
 
Session Chair(s): Tasos Papapostolu, Bulgaria and Angie Jalca, Peru
   
 
Let users control their data – privacy policy-based user interface design
  Armin Gerl, Bianca Meier, Stefan Becher, Germany
   
 
μσADL: An Architecture Description Language for MicroServices
  Tasos Papapostolu, Bulgaria
 
Adoption of snowball sampling technique with distance boundaries to assess the productivity issue faced by micro and small cocoa producers in Cusco
  Angie Jalca, Marco Lopez, Fernando Sotelo, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
 
Application of lean manufacturing techniques to increase on-time deliveries: Case study of a metalworking company with a make-to-order environment in Peru
  Kenny Kishimoto, Gabriela Medina, Fernando Sotelo, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
Management model based on the Lean Thinking method for medium-sized Peruvian companies in the apparel sector
  Luis Loayza, Sebastián Olave, Maribel Perez, Jose Rojas, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
 
Management Model for Pecan Production Using Process Tools in an MSE in Peru
  Alejandra Muñante, Fabrizio Reyes, Fernando Sotelo, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
 
 
 
   
SESSION
Saturday,  August 24, 2019   •  11:30 - 13:30
TRACK
ROOM
22
IHIET 1: Human-centered Design IV
Session 21
Sunday
August 10
11:00-13:00
IHIET 1
Reims
 
Session Chair(s): Zuk Turbovich, Israel and Daniel Lafond, Canada
   
'3DPix' – Design Thinking for Desktop Personal 3D-Printers – A Project Oriented Training Method
  Zuk Turbovich, Iko Avital, Israel
Diurnal Temperature Variation as an Idealized Room for Different Wall Materials Using a Thermal Load Model in the Philippine Setting
  Neil Manaoat, Johnrob Bantang, Luis Maria Bo-Ot, Philippines
Judgment analysis for real-time decision support using the Cognitive Shadow policy-capturing system
  Daniel Lafond, Katherine Labonté, Aren Hunter, Heather Neyedli, Sebastien Tremblay, Canada
Selecting AAC Tools and Strategies for Interactions with Teachers and Students at Special Needs School for Children with Intellectual Disabilities
  Tetsuya Hirotomi, Japan
Co-creation Design Mechanism for the Online Entrepreneur Community Building
  Chen Li, China
 
Genesis of attention in the process of interaction Weak visual person – Work System in a local environment
  Jorge Gil Tejeda, Lorena Olmos, Mexico
 
 
 
SESSION
Saturday,  August 24, 2019   •  11:30 - 13:30
TRACK
ROOM
23
IHIET 5: Human–computer Interaction IV
Session 22
Sunday
August 10
11:00-13:00
IHIET 5
Cannes
 
Session Chair(s): Sanjoy Ghatak, India and Johan de Heer, Netherlands
   
Barcode Representation of Face Image Combining LGFA and Window Technique
  Sanjoy Ghatak, Debotosh Bhattacharjee, India
 
Man-Machine Synchrony
  Johan De Heer, Netherlands
User Experience Study of Live Streaming News with a Second Screen on a Mobile Device
  Chien-Hsiung Chen, Liang-Yuan Che, Taiwan
Sonify: Making Visual Graphs Accessible
  Safinah Ali, Laya Muralidharan, Felicia Alfieri, Monali Agrawal, Jacob Jorgensen, United States
 
 
SESSION
Saturday,  August 24, 2019   •  11:30 - 13:30
TRACK
ROOM
24
IHIET 8: Emerging Technologies and Business Applications IV
IHIET 8
Nice
 
Session Chair(s): Adelino Ferreira, Portugal and Edgar Wong, Peru
Waynergy People – Human Interaction With An Emerging Pavement Energy Harvesting Technology
  Adelino Ferreira, Francisco Duarte, Portugal
BIG IoT – Interconnecting IoT Platforms from different domains – Final Results
  Thomas Jell, Germany
Islamic Interbank Benchmark Rate
  Issam Tlemsani, Saudi Arabia
 
Implementation of a quality management system (QMS) based on TQM principles for cocoa MSEs: A case study in Cusco, Perú
  Edgar Wong, Gianpierre Pajuelo, Fernando Sotelo, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
  State Phubbing: The Establishment And Validation of A New Scale
  Yeslam Al-Saggaf, Sarah O'Donnell, Australia
 
Lean Service Quality model to improve the performance of service in automotive dealer
  Franco Valenzuela, Jeysev Estocalenko, Jose Rojas, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
Comprehensive Management Model for Solid Waste Collection and Transportation in Peruvian Urban Municipalities
  Renato Bernal, Stephan Sánchez, David Mauricio, Carlos Raymundo, Peru

 
 
SESSION
Saturday,  August 24, 2019   •  11:30 - 13:30
TRACK
ROOM
25
IHIET 1: Human-centered Design V
IHIET 1
Leon
 
Session Chair(s): Deborah Middleton, Saudi Arabia and Nikolaos Armonis, Greece
   
 
Seeking Cognitive Convergence: Small group collaborative visualisation in the Library Learning Commons
  Deborah Middleton, Saudi Arabia
   
 
Investigating Educationally Fruitful Speech-Based Methods to Assist People with Special Needs to Care Potted Plants
  Dimitrios Loukatos, Konstantinos Arvanitis, Nikolaos Armonis, Greece
 
Towards the Linguistic Gender Differentiation in Dictionaries: A Perspective of Human Interaction in Languages
  Pingfang Yu, Jiali Du, Xinguang Li, China
 
Actuarial Models in the Design of Human-oriented Production Systems and Products
  Yulia Salnikova, Evgeny Kolbachev, Russia
 
Exploration of product design emotion based on three-level theory of emotional design
  Tianjiao Zhao, Tianfei Zhu, China
   
Transnational Communities and Vernacular Expressions in Abu Dhabi’s Industrial Spaces
  Mohamed El Amrousi, Mohamed Elhakeem, Evan Paleologos, United Arab Emirates
 
Profiles of professional drivers based on drowsiness and distraction alerts
  Sónia Soares, Zafeiris Kokkinogenis, Sara Ferreira, António Couto, Portugal
 
   
 
 
13:30 - 14:30  •  Lunch Break • 
 
 
SESSION
Saturday,  August 24, 2019   •  14:30 - 16:30
TRACK
ROOM
29
IHIET 8: Emerging Technologies and Business Applications VI
IHIET 8
Cannes
Session Chair(s): Maurizio Caon, Switzerland and Carlos Raymundo, Peru
   
Application of a management model based on DMAIC methodology to an MSE in the personal beauty sector to increase profitability
  Katherine Mejía, Henrry Quintanilla, Carlos Cespedes, Jose Rojas, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
   
Systematic Layout Planning: A Research on the Third Party Logistics of a Peruvian Company
  Mariela Rabanal, Sonia Zamami, Juan Quiroz, Jose Alvarez, Peru
Waste Reduction Model in a Small Clothing Company—Umbrella Model
  Geraldine Cueto, Yosiveth Caldas, Gino Viacava, Juan Quiroz, Jose Alvarez, Peru
 
Designing Systems for the Digital Immortality of Intangible Cultural Heritage
  Maurizio Caon, Switzerland
 
Strategic Planning Model to Improve Competitiveness for Service Industry SMEs using the Balanced Scorecard
  Miguel Casas, Maribel Perez, Jose Rojas, Jose Alvarez, Peru
 
6TOC model for small wood furniture companies to increase machining productivity in Villa El Salvador industrial cluster
  Leonel Gutierrez, Jesus Laredo, Fernando Sotelo, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
 
 
 
SESSION
Saturday,  August 24, 2019   •  14:30 - 16:30
TRACK
ROOM
31
IHIET 8: Emerging Technologies and Business Applications VII
IHIET 8
Leon
Session Chair(s): Jan Piesik, Kazimierz Kosmowski, Poland and Christoph Mühlemeyer, Germany
 
Complex predictive solution for computerized processes of tire industry
  Jan Piesik, Kazimierz Kosmowski, Poland
 
Analysis of the Mental Workload applied to Sorting Activity of Recyclable Materials
  Hebert Roberto Silva, Brazil
 
Assessment and Design of Employees-Cobot-Interaction
  Christoph Mühlemeyer, Germany
 
Scientific approach to hospitality in Dental clinic business
  Tomoko Ota, Hideaki Sakai, Yuko Kamagahara, Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan
 
The effect of uneven product-recall strategy on consumers in inferiorly-treated countries: An appraisal tendency perspective
  Liao Junyun, Rizwan Ali, China
 
Improvement of attention times and efficiency of container movements in a Port Terminal using a truck appointment system, LIFO management and Poka Yoke
  Luis Sermeño, Jimmy Orellana, Juan Eyzaguirre, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
 
5S Hybrid management model for increasing productivity in a textile company in Lima
  Juanirene Neyra, Jose Muñoz, Juan Eyzaguirre, Carlos Raymundo, Peru
 
 
 
16:30 - 17:00  •  Coffee Break - Refreshments will be provided
 
ACRONYM TRACK
IHIET 1 Human-centered Design
IHIET 2 Computation and Intelligent Design
IHIET 3 Augmented, Virtual and Mixed Reality Simulation
IHIET 4 Wearable Technologies, Social and Affective Computing
IHIET 5 Human–computer Interaction
IHIET 6 Medicine, Biomechanics, Sports and Healthcare
IHIET 7 Human-Technology and Future of Work
IHIET 8 Emerging Technologies and Business Applications
   
       
Poster Sessions
Posters will be displayed Friday,  August 23, 2019 and Saturday,  August 24, 2019. Posters must be removed by the end of each day/session they are scheduled to be demonstrated. Posters can be positioned starting on Saturday,  August 23, 2019 8:00 a.m. and removed by the last poster session on August 24, after 16:30. Poster demonstration sessions will be at the times shown below.
 

For new Poster submissions login to the IHIET Submission System

Requirements for Making Posters

  Friday,  August 23, 2019
Poster Demonstration: 10:30 - 13:30
Room: Foyer
    Friday,  August 23, 2019
Poster Demonstration: 14:30 - 16:30
Room: Foyer
A-1 Concepts for improving employee qualifications for resource-efficient chipping production
  Leif Goldhahn, Christina Pietschmann, Sebastian Roch, Robert Eckardt, Germany
  B-1 A Study on Transparent Access to Medical Information Implementing by Automatic Authentication in Emergency Situations
  SU-CHONG JOO, GYU-SUNG HAM, South Korea
A-2 User Interface Design for Remote Small Airport Operation
  Satoru Inoue, kazuhiko yamazaki, Taro Kanno, Japan
  B-2 Digital support in logistics of home-care nurses for disabled and elderly people
  Karin Reinhold, Piia Tint, Piret Tamme, Viiu Tuulik, Estonia
A-3 Development of virtual reality sports games for children with ADHD
  Yang-Kun Ou, Yu-Lin Wang, Shih-Yin Yen, Ya-Lin Chen, Taiwan
  B-3 Patterns of the relationship between the anatomical formations of the chambers of the heart of human fetuses
  Galina Spirina, Russia
A-4 A VR/AR training simulation for non-technical skills and interoperability in crisis management and emergency response
  Isabelle Turcotte, Lucie Rivard, Harold Dumur, Jean-Pierre Verville, Sebastien Tremblay, Canada
  B-4 Health-related quality of life in male steel industry workers in Tunisia
  Amira Omrane, Chayma Harrathi, Taoufik Khalfallah, Lamia Bouzgarrou, Tunisia
A-5 Digital Video Tools to Support Conceptual Understanding and Creative Learning in Individuals and Groups
  Alessia Ruf, Switzerland
  B-5 Ergonomic interventional Study of Lighting atmospheres in textile company
  Amira Omrane, Asma Dimassi, Chayma Harrathi, Lamia Bouzgarrou, Tunisia
A-6 The utilization of virtual try on simulation applied to the fashion industry
  Yaxuan Wang, China
  B-6 Modeling of contact interaction of an endoprosthetic knee joint
  Roman Pryazhevskiy, Ildar Akhtyamov, Anna Morgunova, Helo Mohammad Jihad, Andrey Nevzorov, Oskar Sachenkov, Russia
A-7 The use of game-based multimedia to assist the older adult in learning healthcare knowledge as a function of content type
  Dyi-Yih Lin, Taiwan
  B-7 Quantitative Point-of-Care Opioid Detection on a Giant Magnetoresistive Sensor Platform
  Dana Kralicek, Shan Wang, United States
A-8 Driving disabilities of old residents with suspected dementia in the community: a screening test of stepping of the foot on the accelerator or brake
 Kenichi Meguro, Japan
  B-8 Reliability of instrumented knee brace for measuring knee joint movement
  Nicolas Reneaud, Raphael Zory, Frédéric Chorin, Olivier Guérin, Pauline Gerus, France
A-9 Acceptability of e-health technologies: a preliminary validation of a French scale based on the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology-2
  Meggy Hayotte, Pierre Thérouanne, Karine Corrion, Fabienne d'Arripe-Longueville, France
  B-9 Preventing Hospital Pressure Injuries: A Toolkit for Improving Quality of Care
  Amanda Safer, David Shapiro, Ellen Duell, Ashley Doyen, Lynn Roncalli, United States
         
         
  Saturday,  August 24, 2019
Poster Demonstration: 10:30 - 13:30
Room: Foyer
    Saturday,  August 24, 2019
Poster Demonstration: 14:30 - 16:30
Room: Foyer
C-1 Mutual Human-Machine Learning
  Toni Waefler, Katrin Fischer, Giulio Nisoli, Adrian Campos, Dominic Gorecky, Switzerland
  D-1 Study of adoption factors of smart technology within tourism organizations: role and influence of managers in museums.
  Pierre flandrin, Belgium
C-2 The impact of technology on the work process of the nursing team working in Hemodialysis.
  Saturnina Martins, Marcia Silva, Ivonaldo Silva, Brazil
  D-2 Urban Transport: Comparative Study of Energy Efficiency Between Taxi Drivers In Salvador City, Bahia - Brazil
  Euclides Bittencourt, Cristiano Fontes, Jorge Moya, Salvador Avila, Adonias Maguidiel, Brazil
C-3 A Method for Audience Extending in Programmatic Advertising by Using Parsimonious Generalization of User Segments
  Dmitry Frolov, Zina Taran, Boris Mirkin, Russia
  D-3 An Assistive Technology for Braille Users To Support Mathematical Learning: A Semantic Retrieval System
  Omar Bencharef, Zahra Asebriy, Morocco
C-4 Implementation of a compact wearable temperature, pressure, humidity and gas sensing device
  Jordi Palacín Roca, David Martínez Piqué, Eduard Clotet Bellmunt, Marcel Tresanchez Ribes, Spain
  D-4 Evaluating Green Light Optimum Speed Advisory (GLOSA) System in Traffic Flow with Variations of Information Distance
 Hironori Suzuki, Yoshitaka Marumo, Japan
C-5 Programming Assistant System Using Improved Flowchart for The Visually Impaired
  Ryo Hirakawa, Rin Hirakawa, Hideaki Kawano, Kenichi Nakashi, Yoshihisa Nakatoh, Japan
  D-5 Proposing a pedagogical project model for Engineering Education from the perspective of Industry 4.0
 Cristiano de Jesus, Portugal
C-6 Study on User Experience Design Of Mobile Application Interfaces
  Taian Xu, China