Scientific Program

Conference Scientific Program


The IHIET 2022 Technical Sessions will be held August 22-24, 2022

IHIET 2022 International Conference, August 22-24, 2022

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Plenary Session and Keynote Address: 17:30-18:30, August 22, 2022.
Conference Banquet and Reception: 18:30-22:00, August 22, 2022.

(Registered participants only, dress is business casual)


Plenary Session and Conference Reception Address:
Location: Hotel Aston La Scala
Address: 12 Av. Félix Faure, 06000 Nice, France

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Scientific and Technical Session: August 23-24, 2022

Location: Université Nice Sophia-Antipolis - St Jean d’Angély, Nice, France
Address: 24 Avenue des Diables Bleus, 06300 Nice, France


IHIET 2022 Final Program (PDF Download) +



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



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.

FULL CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Monday , August 22, 2022 Tuesday , August 23, 2022 Wednesday , August 24, 2022
17:30-18:30 
Plenary Session and Keynote
9:00-10:30 
Detailed Technical Program
9:00-10:30 
Detailed Technical Program

11:00-12:30 
  Detailed Technical Program
11:00-12:30 
Detailed Technical Program

13:30 – 15:00 
Detailed Technical Program
13:30 – 15:00 
Detailed Technical Program
  10:30-14:30 
Posters Sessions
10:30-14:30 
Posters Sessions

Technical Sessions:

PLENARY SESSION
Track Room
Monday August 22
ALL Auditorium
17:30-18:30 Opening Session and Keynote Address


Session Chair: Redha Taiar, France


Keynote Title: The Promise of Artificial Intelligence in Multimodality Medical Imaging
Speaker: Prof. Habib Zaidi, Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland, Switzerland


























Plenary Session and Conference Reception Location:
Hotel Aston La Scala
Address: 12 Av. Félix Faure, 06000 Nice, France

(Registered participants only, dress is business casual)


Summary:

Positron emission tomography (PET), x-ray computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and their combinations (PET/CT and PET/MRI) provide powerful multimodality techniques for in vivo imaging. This talk presents the fundamental principles of multimodality imaging and reviews the major applications of artificial intelligence (AI), in particular deep learning approaches, in multimodality medical imaging. It will inform the audience about a series of advanced development recently carried out at the PET instrumentation & Neuroimaging Lab of Geneva University Hospital and other active research groups. To this end, the applications of deep learning in five generic fields of multimodality medical imaging, including imaging instrumentation design, image denoising (low-dose imaging), image reconstruction quantification and segmentation, radiation dosimetry and computer-aided diagnosis and outcome prediction are discussed. Deep learning algorithms have been widely utilized in various medical image analysis problems owing to the promising results achieved in image reconstruction, segmentation, regression, denoising (low-dose scanning) and radiomics analysis. This talk reflects the tremendous increase in interest in quantitative molecular imaging using deep learning techniques in the past decade to improve image quality and to obtain quantitatively accurate data from dedicated standalone (CT, MRI, SPECT, PET) and combined PET/CT and PET/MRI imaging systems. The deployment of AI-based methods when exposed to a different test dataset requires ensuring that the developed model has sufficient generalizability. This is an important part of quality control measures prior to implementation in the clinic. Novel deep learning techniques are revolutionizing clinical practice and are now offering unique capabilities to the clinical medical imaging community. Future opportunities and the challenges facing the adoption of deep learning approaches and their role in molecular imaging research are also addressed.


About the Speaker:
Habib Zaidi is Chief physicist and head of the PET Instrumentation & Neuroimaging Laboratory at Geneva University Hospital and full Professor at the medical school of Geneva University. He is also a Professor of Medical Physics at the University of Groningen (Netherlands), and Adjunct Professor of Medical Physics and Molecular Imaging at the University of Southern Denmark. His academic accomplishments in the area of quantitative PET imaging have been well recognized by his peers and by the medical imaging community at large since he is a recipient of many awards and distinctions among which the prestigious 2010 Kuwait Prize of Applied sciences (known as the Middle Eastern Nobel Prize) given by the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences (KFAS) for "outstanding accomplishments in Biomedical technology".



DAY 1
Track Room
SESSION 2 Plenary Speech
ALL Auditorium
Tuesday, August 23 Session Chair: Redha Taiar, France

9:00 - 10:30 Title: Empowering Seniors with Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Training Systems for Active Ageing
     Speaker: Dr. Younbo Jung, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore












   
Summary:
Emerging technologies are designed to help citizens in urban cities to have more convenient daily lives with automated services using AI and automation. Despite the good intention, however, there are marginalized groups, such as seniors who fell behind the rapid changes in various technological advancement, indicating a new wave of digital divide. Although there are several technological innovations that are designed to help seniors who are weak and frail, this stereotypical image of frail seniors is hardly an accurate description of many seniors who want to lead an active life with dignity and autonomy. As such, an essential approach is to support seniors’ acquisition of the appropriate capacities to take advantage of technologies so that they can flourish in fast-changing smart cities. In this talk, I present a research project that utilizes virtual reality technology to train seniors on how to use daily automated tasks as a way to empower seniors to live independently and with dignity in the envisioned smart nation of Singapore. The speech will include the results from focus-group interviews, a survey, and field experiments investigating the effectiveness of various pedagogical approaches. The effectiveness of various pedagogical approaches for senior education, such as constructivism and scaffolding in teaching and learning will be discussed.

About the Speaker:
Dr. Younbo Jung is Associate Professor and Associate Chair - Academic at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Dr. Jung earned his Ph.D. at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California. In teaching, Dr. Jung received four teaching-related awards at NTU, including Nanyang Education Award (University) – Bronze in 2014. He is the inaugural Fellow of Teaching Excellence Academy since 2014. In research, his interests include socio-psychological effects of interactive media such as video games, virtual reality systems, human-robot interaction, and their applications in education and medical aids. For example, his research examined the use of virtual reality and haptics-enhanced systems for learning motor functions in stroke rehabilitation, patient/clinician distribution platform with tele-rehabilitation application, the Internet and computer training for seniors, the effect of social robots' embodiment on their meaningful social interaction with humans, and the use of video games and social TV for seniors' subjective well-being and intergenerational bonding. Dr. Jung supports interdisciplinary research and has successfully collaborated on many research projects with scholars in computer science, electrical engineering, physical therapy, and social work.







10:30 - 11:00    Sessions Break

DAY 1
Track Room
SESSION 3 Human-centered Design I IHIET 1 1
Tuesday, August 23 Session Chair(s): Ambra Ferrari , Italy and Eleni Mangina , Ireland

11:00 - 12:30 Development of a usability-optimised design concept in the context of an e-learning application for students in the field of data science
      Susan Labude, Dominik Breck, Max Schlosser, Alexander Marbach, Christian Roschke, Germany



How easy is it to eXtend Reality? A Usability Study of Authoring Toolkits
      Santawat Thanyadit, Matthias Heintz, Effie L Law, Eleni Mangina, Ireland



Working Together with a Collaborative Robot Arm: The Insights from a First Round of Quasi Experiments
      Milan Romeo Wolffgramm, Stephan Corporaal, Maarten Van Riemsdijk, Netherlands



E-commerce product image design - An example of Shopee
      Yu Chun Liu, Chiung Fen Wang, Taiwan



Ludonarrative Dissonance in The Last of Us Part II: Attempting to Create Empathy with a Villain
      Ambra Ferrari, Paolo Soraci, Italy



Interaction Design of a Smart Helmet for Micro-Mobility Riders
      Yongjae Sohn, Haeun Lee, Yelim Lee, Taeyun Kim, Youkeun Oh, Dokshin Lim, South Korea



Parametric Scaling of a Lower Limb Model According to Body Height in OpenSim
      Sebastian Helmstetter, Susanne Sutschet, Carina Spengler, Felix Möhler, Michael Herzog, Thorsten Stein, Sven Matthiesen, Germany






DAY 1
Track Room
SESSION 4 Artificial Intelligence, Computing and Intelligent Design I IHIET 2 2
Tuesday, August 23 Session Co-Chairs: Khazar Dargahi Nobari, Germany

11:00 - 12:30 Generalized model for driver activity recognition in automated vehicles using pressure sensor array
      Khazar Dargahi Nobari, Torsten Bertram, Germany



The analysis of the lobbying actors regarding the adoption and implementation of the AI Policy in Poland
      Sylwia Stefaniak, Poland



Curve fitting optimization for French electricity exports using recurrent neural networks
      Marwan Ashour, Iman Amer Hameed Dahhan, Iraq



Kyra ChatBot
      Roberto Carlos Medina, Raffaele Fiorillo Junior, Sónia  Rodrigues, Cape Verde



Choosing the optimal and safe path for multiple robots
      Zhanna Gabbassova, Kazakhstan



Multi-Agent Strategies for Diverse Teams
      Michael Franklin, United States










DAY 1
Track Room
SESSION 5 Intelligence, Technology and Analytics I IHIET 3 3
Tuesday, August 23 Session Chair(s): Salvatore Di Dio, Italy and Joelle Zimmermann , United States

11:00 - 12:30 Gamification or Game Design? A case study in the field of sustainable commuting.
      Domenico Schillaci, Salvatore Di Dio, Mauro Filippi, Francesco Massa, Italy



Human Interface Guidelines for Interaction Zones in AR
      Joelle Zimmermann, Karen Bredenkamp, John Hwong, Ketki Jadhav, United States



Immersive virtual spacewalking in stakeholder workshops:the effect of immersive, BIM-driven design and interaction tools on human sense of presence
      Oliver Christ, Andreas Papageorgiou, Pascal Meier, Andreas Urech, Andreas Boroch, Melissa Huang, Christian Eichhorn, Switzerland



Effectiveness of self-competitive gamification designs in VR exergames. Pilot study results from a 6-week training intervention with senior users.
      Ilona Buchem, Susan Vorwerg, Oskar Stamm, Germany



Addressing new cyber risks in immersive reality
      Alessandro Calabrese, Luisa Franchina, Tommaso Ruocco, Giulia Inzerilli, Italy



Using Augmented Reality to reinforce the learning of installation of electrical equipment and machines
      Janio Jadán-Guerrero, Myrian Zurita Mena, Ecuador



The age effect on visual attention performance in virtual reality
      Ying-yin Rudy Huang, Taiwan










DAY 1
Track Room
SESSION 6 Wearable Technologies, Social and Affective Computing IHIET 6 4
Tuesday, August 23 Session Chair(s): Sergio Staab , Germany and Yujie Zhu , Hong Kong

11:00 - 12:30 Prediction accuracy comparison between deep learning and classification algorithms in the context of human activity recognition
      Sergio Staab, Ludger Martin, Johannes Luderschmidt, Simon Krissel, Germany



Meaningful Smart Health Data: A Design Guide for Transparent Data to Enhance Self-Reflection
      Yujie Zhu, Kun Pyo Lee, Lie Zhang, Stephen Jia Wang, Hong Kong 



A shared service model for the elderly based on the concept of distributed economies (DE)
      Shuang Liang, Min  Zhou, Stefano Follesa, Peian Yao, China



User Emotional Experience Assessment Method of Product's Intentional Sound
      Yuzhun Huang, Miaodi Hu, Jun Zhang, China



 AVATAR: Realistic customized virtual agents as emotional tutors for children with ASD
      Luis Guerrero, Darwin Duchi, Juan Delgado, Pablo Campoverde, Maryury Ojeda, Ecuador








12:30 - 13:30    Sessions Break





DAY 1
Track Room
SESSION 7 Human–computer Interaction I IHIET 5 1
Tuesday, August 23 Session Chair(s): Waldemar Titov , Germany and Haseena Alkatheeri, United Arab Emirates

13:30 -15:00 Evaluation of a Mobile and Seamless Travel Companionship in Smart Public Transport
      Waldemar Titov, Seyedehfatemeh Ayoubi, Carl Friedrich Gerlach, Thomas Schlegel, Germany



User-centered chatbot-based advising systems in higher education institutions
      Haseena Alkatheeri, Mohammad Kuhail, United Arab Emirates



A Model-based Environment for building and running Situation-aware Interactive Applications
      Christian Märtin, Jürgen Engel, Christian Herdin, Germany



Neural decision-making application of Internet product interaction design based on EEG
      Jianping Yang, Lixia Hua, China



Enhancing the Learning of Special Educational Needs children with Dynamic Content Annotations
      Zainb Dawod, David Bell, United Kingdom



The effect of topic-shift characteristics in daily conversation on identification of recognition errors
      Yotaro Iida, Hikaru Nishida, Yumi Wakita, Japan














DAY 1
Track Room
SESSION 8 Human-Technology and Future of Work I IHIET 8 2
Tuesday, August 23 Session Chair(s): Anthony Savidis, Greece and Angelo Compierchio, Sweden

13:30 -15:00 Rapid Interactive Software-Architecture Design with Split-n-Join Actions
      Anthony Savidis, Anthony Peris, Greece



Quantum Reality perspectives in Dyadic Interactions
      Angelo Compierchio, Phillip Tretten, Sweden



Technical Requirements to Design a Personal Medical History Visualization Tool for Doctors
      Forhad Hossain, Rafiqul Islam, Mostafa Taufiq Ahmed, Ashir Ahmed, Japan



Understanding Challenges of Integrating Automation Solutions for Underground Mining in a Sociotechnical System: A Qualitative Interview Study
      Yemao Man, Joakim Åström, Dawid Ziobro, Sweden



Comparative Analysis of Public Transportation Development in Developing and Developed Countries
      Irham Maulida, Achmad Nurmandi, Indonesia










DAY 1
Track Room
SESSION 9 Emerging Technologies and Business Applications I IHIET 7 3
Tuesday, August 23 Session Chair(s): Shuichi Fukuda, Japan and Dominik Raeck, Germany

13:30 -15:00 Team Formation and Operations Using Instinct
      Shuichi Fukuda, Japan



Trajectory forecast for cyclists in cooperative interactions with automated vehicles
      Dominik Raeck, Timo Pech, Klaus Mößner, Germany



3D virtual learning environments to reinforce stock market competences
      Janio Jadán-Guerrero, Voroshilov Hern, Ecuador



Implementation of Automation and Industry 4.0 Technologies in Automotive Manufacturing Companies
      David Smolka, Zuzana Papulova, Slovakia


















DAY 1
Track Room
Tutorial - SESSION 10 Discourse Models for Interaction Design [Tutorial]
IHIET 2 4
Tuesday, August 23  Speaker: Prof. Hermann Kaindl, Austria

13:30 -15:00










     
Summary:
This tutorial has the primary objective that participants will learn about an open and fully implemented approach to model interaction design with discourse models that we developed for specifying (classes of) dialogues, and to automated GUI generation from such models. The content includes Communicative Acts as the basic elements, as well as Adjacency Pair and RST relations for constructing the discourse models using these elements. It also includes an iterative-incremental process of user-interface generation using such models. The target audience can be students or educators primarily of software or systems engineering, or information systems. They can also be practitioners creating software, embedded systems or information systems with a user interface.

About the Speaker:
Hermann Kaindl is the head of the organizational unit entitled “Software-intensive Systems” of the Institute of Computer Technology, and a Vice Chairman of the Senate at TU Wien. He joined this institute in early 2003 as a full professor. Prior to moving to academia in early 2003, he has gained nearly 25 years of industrial experience at Siemens Austria. Kaindl is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Distinguished Scientist Member of the ACM.












15:00 - 16:00    Social Event and Sessions Break









DAY 2
Track Room
SESSION 11 Applications in Medicine and Healthcare I IHIET 8 1
Wednesday August 24 Session Chair(s): Zewei Yao, United States and Hongmei Chi, United States

9:00 - 10:30 An Affordable and Standard Digital Healthcare management as a Service (HaaS) for Small Clinics in Developing Countries
      Ashir Ahmed, Muhammad Asyraf Danial Bin Karim, Rafiqul Islam, Mostafa Taufiq Ahmed, Naoki Nakashima, Japan



Solution based on Mobile Web Application to detect and treat patients with mental disorders
      Chaimae Taoussi, Imad Hafidi, Abdelmoutalib Metrane, Morocco



Design and study of two applications controlled by a Brain-Computer Interface exploiting Steady-State Somatosensory-Evoked Potentials
      Jimmy Petit, Jose Rouillard, Francois Cabestaing, France



A Pedagogy of COVID-19: Facts from 30 Pandemic Months
      Marco Roccetti, Italy


















DAY 2
Track Room
SESSION 12 Management, Training and Business Applications I IHIET 9 2
Wednesday August 24 Session Chair(s): Thomas Berger, Germany and Svenja Korder, Germany

9:00 - 10:30 Human Resource Risk Management Concepts
      Thomas Berger, Germany



Towards a Work-Related Turnover Risk Management in Manufacturing SMEs
      Svenja Korder, Dominik Breuherr, Gunther Reinhart, Germany



Sustainability of Craft Communities in the Cosmopolitan Localism
      Min  Zhou, Shuang Liang, Giuseppe Lotti, Jiangang Zhu, China



Projection of the Future of the Green Savings Account Product in a Financial Institution
      Omar Paul Páez Almeida, Ana Alvarez Sanchez, Alexis Suarez Del Villar Labastida, Ecuador



How does the participatory design in the brand construction helps?
      Carlos Marcelo Borja-Galeas, Hugo Arias-Flores, Ecuador



Implementation of lean practices in an automobile parts manufacturing Industry- A case study.
      Skanda Moda Gururajarao, Vajram Ramesh, Arun Kumar Doreswamy, India



Improving the level of service through an inventory management model for a spare parts marketing company
      Jhordan Salazar, Erick Salinas, Alberto Flores, Jose C Alvarez, Narat Hasachoo, Peru






DAY 2


SESSION 13 Applications and Future Trends I Track Room
Wednesday August 24 Session Chair(s): Didzis Rutitis, Latvia and Luis Guerrrero Vasquez, Ecuador IHIET 10 3
9:00 - 10:30 The impact of digital transformation on corporate identity management
      Didzis Rutitis, Eduards Aksjonenko, Latvia



Methodology Based On Avatars for Therapeutic Interventions in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder And Auditory Hypersensitivity
      Luis Serpa-Andrade, Luis Guerrero, Silvana Maldonado Merchan, Ecuador



Playful strategies to enhance teaching-learning and the inclusion of children with Down syndrome
      Steven Guerrero Granda, Luis Serpa-Andrade, Luis Guerrero, Ecuador



Women as a Muted group in the Mbojo tribe, Indonesia
      Nurbayti Nurbayti, Indonesia



Usability and Design Issues of Whatsapp for Older Adults
      Hasham Taswar, Germany



Challenges and Benefits of e-Learning Methods in a South African Emerging University in the Context of COVID19
      Khulekani Yakobi, Siphokazi Makhanda, Godwin Kaisara, Sulaiman Olusegun Atiku, Francis Kwahene, South Africa



Analysis of a passenger bus driver’s visibility based on Mexico City and Colombia Standards
      Jaime Gomez, Enrique Herrera, Francisco Gonzalez-madariaga, Mexico



Data Visualization of user interaction and movement through Bluetooth beacon tracking technology
      Jun Bum Shin, United States










DAY 2
Track Room
SESSION 14 Human-centered Design II IHIET 1 4
Wednesday August 24 Session Chair(s): Paul Fink, United States and Eusébio Conceição, Portugal

9:00 - 10:30 Human Design, Comfort and Discomfort Evaluation
      Eusébio Conceição, Maria Inês Conceição, Maria Manuela Lúcio, João Gomes, Hazim Awbi, Portugal



Usability Engineering for Medical Apps using the Example of an App for Epilepsy Self-Management with a Neurosensing System
      Jana-sophie Effert, Birgitta Esser, Michael Buschermoehle, Jasmin Henze, Maren Warnecke, Rainer Surges, Salima Houta, Germany



Designing intelligence amplification: a design canvas for practitioners
      Jean Paul Sebastian Piest, Maria Eugenia Iacob, Marcel Wouterse, Netherlands



Partial plan for the environmental conservation and historical and tourist development of the Peñón del Río hill, Durán, 2022
      Lisse  Llerena Sandoya, Gabriela Vega, Ecuador



A case study of motivating care workers for cooperation with a long-term co-creation project
      Masayuki Ihara, Hiroki Murakami, Hiroko Tokunaga, Shinpei Saruwatari, Kazuki Takeshita, Akihiko Koga, Takashi Yukihira, Shinya Hisano, Japan



Ergonomic and Design Research of the Auxiliary Furnishings in High School of Education in the City of Varna
      Darina Dobreva, Tihomir Dovramadjiev, Tsena Murzova, Momchil Tachev, Iliya Iliev, Kremena Cankova, Ginka Jecheva, Mariana Murzova, Galina Staneva, Bulgaria







10:30 - 11:00    Sessions Break





DAY 2
Track Room
SESSION 15 Human–computer Interaction II IHIET 5 1
Wednesday August 24 Session Chair(s): Ole Goethe, Norway and Mia T, United States

11:00 - 12:30 The Emotional and Behavioral Impact of Parental Phubbing
      Xiangyun Tang, Gaofei Li, Xiaochun Xie, United States



The neuroscience behind perception and risk management in complex sociotechnical workplaces
      Josue Franca, Sweden



Towards Reliable Tactile Mid-Air Interfaces: Analysis of Influencing Factors of the Perception of Tactile Mid-Air Feedback
      Max Bernhagen, Angelika C Bullinger, Germany



The Function of Social Media in Creating Participatory Based  Government Policies in Indonesia
      Latif Nur Indra, Filosa Gita Sukmono, Danang kurniawan, Indonesia



Interactive HMI for Qualification and Programming in Process Automation EduBrain 4.0
      Sebastian Schmitz, Germany










DAY 2
Track Room
SESSION 16 Human-Technology and Future of Work II IHIET 6 2
Wednesday August 24 Session Chair(s): Eusébio Conceição, Portugal and Jordan Scoliege, France


11:00 - 12:30
Heat Transfer in a Pine Tree Trunk
      Eusébio Conceição, João Gomes, Maria Manuela Lúcio, Domingos Viegas, Teresa Viegas, Portugal



Design of an Integrated Aero-Thermal Building
      Eusébio Conceição, João Gomes, Maria Inês Conceição, Maria Manuela Lúcio, Hazim Awbi, Portugal



Understanding the supervision activity to design a non-existent control system for automated driving through prospective ergonomics
      Jordan Scoliege, France



Generative Adversarial Network Algorithms in Art: Machine Vision in Generation of Collage Art
      Lai Man Tin, Hong Kong














DAY 2
Track Room
SESSION 17 Applications in Medicine and Healthcare II IHIET 8 3
Wednesday August 24 Session Chair(s): Ana Alvarez Sanchez, Ecuador and Despoina Petsani, Greece

11:00 - 12:30 Ergonomic risk reduction in the balance unloading area in a poultry microenterprise
      Ana Alvarez Sanchez, Alex Geovanny Farinango Tupiza, Alexis Suarez Del Villar Labastida, Eric Martínez, Ecuador



Clinical and social well-being for older adults: a personalised product-service assignment based on user’s needs
      Agnese Brunzini, Manila Caragiuli, Alessandra Papetti, Michele Germani, Italy



Multidimensional Assessment of Elderly People’s Health for The Development of a Fall Risk Index
      Manila Caragiuli, Agnese Brunzini, Alessandra Papetti, Michele Germani, Pietro Scendoni, Chiara Mazzoni, Italy



Classification of Thoracic Pathologies by Using Convolutional Neural Networks
      Pooyan Vajar, Alagan Anpalagan, Canada



Respiratory Effects of Coronavirus Vaccine on Individuals with Asthma: A Case Study.
      Ellie  Abdi, United States



Hydro-mechanical Dampers for Testing high Cyclic Shock Loads in Preventive Health Protection
      Sebastian Zimprich, Benjamin Anstotz, Sven Matthiesen, Germany



Investigation of Whole Body Vibration Transmissibility through Fork Lift Truck Seat
      Amandeep Singh, Jagmeet Singh, Canada


DAY 2
Track Room
SESSION 18 Human-centered Design III IHIET 1 4
Wednesday August 24 Session Chair(s): Yuyan Qiu , China and Hugo Arias-Flores, Ecuador

11:00 - 12:30 Human Centered Design Framework for Managing User Experience of Smart Cockpit Systems
      Yuyan Qiu, China



How virtual reality can help address and prevent bullying and cyberbullying?
      Hugo Arias-Flores, Alexandra Bermeo, Ecuador



Optimization Strategy of Community Public Living Space Based on Emotional Interaction
      Fuyong Liu, Xun Gao, Yong Li, Wanying Cheng, China



Evaluation of usability and accesibility of the interactive tool for psychopedagogical recovery "Titiapp"
      Andrés Caicedo, Jacqueline Gordón, Ecuador



Creation of a Children's Application to Prevent Cyberbullying
      Carlos Ramos Galarza, Mónica Bolaños Pasquel, Jorge Cruz Cárdenas, Priscila Cedillo, Ecuador



Cyberbullying prevention through video clips in social media platforms
      Janio Jadán-Guerrero, Priscila Cedillo, Patricia Acosta Vargas, Ecuador



Pedestrian corridor for the integration of the administrative, financial, and commercial center in the city Esmeraldas, Ecuador
      Darwin  Nevárez, Blanca Indaburo, Ecuador







12:30 - 13:30    Sessions Break





DAY 2
Track Room
SESSION 19 Human–computer Interaction III IHIET 5 1
Wednesday August 24 Session Chair(s): Freddy Paz , Peru and Janio Jadán-Guerrero, Ecuador

13:30 -15:00 A comparison between usability evaluation methods: A case study in the E-Commerce domain
      Freddy Paz, Freddy Asrael Paz, Peru



Motivation to read through mobile educational resources
      Janio Jadán-Guerrero, Ana P, Ecuador



From literary narrative to video game narrative
      Miguel Cobos, Patricia Salvador, Ecuador



How system failures and ransomwares affect drivers' trust and attitudes in an automated car? A simulator study
      William Payre, Jaume Perelló-March, Giedre Sabaliauskaite, Hesamaldin Jadidbonab, Siraj Shaikh, Stewart Birrell, United Kingdom



Intelligent interactive accompaniment ecosystem using parameterizable tools to raise awareness among people who interact in the field of inclusion.
      Luis Serpa-Andrade, Roberto Garcia'Velez, Ecuador



The use of multi-sensory technological tools as a motivation contribution for children with intellectual disabilities
      Richard Paccha - Lapo, Luis Serpa-Andrade, Andres Viscaino - Quito, Roberto Garcia'Velez, Ecuador



Understanding human decision-making when controlling UAVs in a search and rescue application
      Sophie Hart, Vicky Banks, Seth Bullock, Jan Noyes, United Kingdom



Trends and Challenges in Healthcare in Context of Industry 4.0 and New Emerging Technologies
      Zuzana Papulova, David Smolka, Silvester Krčméry, Slovakia






DAY 2
Track Room
SESSION 20 Human-centered Design IV IHIET 1 2
Wednesday August 24 Session Chair(s): Sari Tappura, Finland and Axel B. Classen, Germany


13:30 -15:00
Designing a Future City – Applying Design Fiction with High School Students
      Marie Sjölinder, Jonas Söderberg, Sweden



PANDEMIC SIM – Impact analysis and improvement potentials for airport security processes
      Martin Jung, Axel B. Classen, Germany



The integrated system scientia Atque usus (sAu): an user-centered project management environment
      Luca Toschi, Marco sbardella, Lisa Capitini, Viola Davini, Ilaria Marchionne, Alfoso Musci, Eugenio Pandolfini, Italy



Multi-stage Brain-machine-interfaces for enhanced human performance
      Miriam Reiner, Israel



Influence of control size on personnel performance under ship long voyage
      Ziang Chen, Chao Yang, Kaili Yin, Jin Liang, Ning Li, Xiaoyi Zhou, Zhanshuo Zhang, China



The influence of character display size on personnel discrimination performance under long ship sailing background
      Chao Yang, Ziang Chen, Kaili Yin, Jin Liang, Xiaoyi Zhou, Hongyu Wang, Tiancheng Huang, China



A Comparison of Three Different NeuroTag Visualization Media: Brain Visual Stimuli by Monitor, Augmented and Virtual Reality Devices
      Federico Manuri, Andrea Sanna, Matteo Bosco, Francesco De Pace, Italy



Human Centered Design for Innovative Solutions for an Accessible Toilet to "All".
      Sandeep Sankat, India






DAY 2
Track Room
SESSION 22 Human-centered Design V IHIET 1 4
Wednesday August 24 Session Chair(s): Priyadarshini Dasgupta, United States and Mauricio Salas Roman, Colombia

13:30 -15:00 Urban green network for the urban area of Milagro, Guayas, Ecuador
      Diego Maruri, Gabriela Vega, Ecuador



Mitigation strategies for the environmental impact of informal settlements over the papagayo protective forest in the northwest of Guayaquil city.
      Ricardo Zapata, Gabriela Vega, Ecuador



Sustainable Transport Development Strategy in Developed and Developing Countries
      Nita Aribah Hanif, Achmad Nurmandi, Indonesia



Smart Technology Based on Smart Homes for Older People
      Sandeep Sankat, India



Inclusive Built Environment in Urban Residences for Indian Elderly
      Sandeep Sankat, India











15:00 - 16:00    Sessions Break





Poster Demonstration Sessions:









SESSION A Poster Demonstration Session
Room

Tuesday, August 23 [10:30 - 15:30]
Foyer
A-1
Factors Affecting Customer Stickiness and Interface Design of Online Bookstores
      Chiung Fen Wang, Pei En Yang, Yu Chun Liu, Taiwan


A-2
Human driving behavior in mixed traffic with automated vehicles and Infrastructure to Vehicle connectivity on motorways with variable speed limits
      Nagarjun Reddy, Jitse Wiersma, Haneen Farah, Netherlands


A-3
The design of a gamified platform for verifying fake news using a crowdsourcing ecosystem for citizens, journalists, and experts: The case of CALYPSO
      Catherine Sotirakou, Constantinos Mourlas, Theodoros Paraskevas, Greece


A-4

Guidelines for the Development of Common Ground-Based Relational Agents for Brazilian Elderly
      Thiago Gama, Andressa Ferreira, Francisco Oliveira, Brazil


A-5
Determining distinctive features for IT and medical devices hardware interfaces based on compromising emissions
      Rafał Przesmycki, Marek Bugaj, Poland


A-6
Smart Transportation Development: Success Strategy in China, United States, United Kingdom, and India
      Wiyono Wiyono, Achmad Nurmandi, Indonesia



A-7


What is the strategy for creating “City Resilience” during the COVID-19 Pandemic?
      Indragus Pangestu, Achmad Nurmandi, Indonesia



A-8
 
Determination of Power Harassment Expressions in Conversational  Speech Using Natural Language Processing
      Sasaki Hinari, Yoshihisa Nakatoh, Hideaki Kawano, Japan
      


A-9
Determination of Footstep Sounds for Elderly Fall Prevention
      Keiho Nagano, Yoshihisa Nakatoh, Hideaki Kawano, Japan


A-10
Designing intelligence amplification: organizing a design canvas workshop
      Jean Paul Sebastian Piest, Maria Eugenia Iacob, Marcel Wouterse, Netherlands


A-11
The measurement of baseband frequency range for military satellite terminals
      Marek Bugaj, Rafał Przesmycki, Poland


A-12
Gaze Behavior as an Objective Measure to Assess Social Presence During Immersive Mediated Communication
      Ivo Stuldreher, Linsey Roijendijk, Maarten Michel, Alexander Toet, Netherlands



 
      


SESSION B Poster Demonstration Session
Room

Wednesday August 24 [10:30 - 15:30]
Foyer
B-1
The research of Multi-purpose small modular reactor (ACP100) SVDU function design and implementation
      Songlin Liu, Jing Li, China


B-2
Designing trustworthy IoT systems: critical challenges and approaches for generating value and building trustworthy IoT systems.
      Boyeun Lee, Adrian Gradinar, Rachel Cooper, Paul Coulton, United Kingdom


B-3
Controlar-Freeze: New Approach in Visual Screen Security
      Noura Altamimi, United Arab Emirates


B-4
Promotional Strategies of Local Governments in Improving Tourists’ Post Pandemic Experience: Case Study in Yogyakarta, Indonesia
      Wafie Anisah, Filosa Gita Sukmono, Indonesia



B-5

Algorithmic Government Framework to Support Government Data Disclosure
      Adibah Dhivani Gusmi, Achmad Nurmandi, Indonesia


B-6
Personal Authentication Method Using Geometrical Features of External Auditory Canal
      Yuki Muramoto, Yoshihisa Nakatoh, Hideaki Kawano, Japan


B-7
Utilizing Social Media in Tourism Industry Sustainability Strategy in Indonesia Post COVID-19 Pandemic
      Tasya  Nurian Afifah, Erwan Sudiwijaya, Aly Aulia, Indonesia


B-8
The success of E-Participation in Supporting the development of Smart Cities in Spain, Italy, United States and Germany
      Nur Hidayatullah, Achmad Nurmandi, Indonesia


B-9
Analysis of the Objectivity of Mass Media during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Indonesia
      Roro Cahya Antika Putri, Fajar Junaedi, Indonesia


B-10
Covid-19 Pandemic Influence on University Students' Mental Health and Well-Being: The Case of Saudi Students
      Yousif Abdelrahim, Saudi Arabia



SESSION C
Poster Demonstration Session
Room

Wednesday August 24 [10:30 - 15:30]
Foyer
C-1
Contributing to Chronemics - Multievents for Haptic Communication
      Nils-Krister Persson, Sweden


C-2
The effects of tactile stimulation and its imagery on sensorimotor EEG rhythms: incorporating somatic sensations in brain-computer interfaces
      Lev Yakovlev, Artemiy Berkmush Antipova, Nikolay Syrov, Maksimov Iaroslav, Daria Petrova, Matvey Bulat, Mikhail Lebedev, Alexander Kaplan, Russia


C-3
Can blockchain technology solve the counterfeit problem within the high-fashion and luxury resale industry?: A systematic review
      Vida Pashaei, Pouya Pashaei, United States


C-4
Traffic Density Estimation Using Vehicle ADAS Data
      Jisun Lee, South Korea