Paper “TheOdor: A Step Towards Smart Home Applications with Electronic Noses” has been accepted for publication at the “5th International Workshop on Sensor-based Activity Recognition and Interaction” in Berlin, Germany, Sep. 2018 :-)

[ Conference, iWOAR 2018, Berlin, Germany ]
[ Program ]

Chi Tai Dang, Andreas Seiderer, Elisabeth André, Theodor: A Step Towards 
Smart Home Applications with Electronic Noses, iWOAR 2018, Proceedings of 
the 5th international Workshop on Sensor-based Activity Recognition and 
Interaction (Berlin, Germany). ACM

Paper “DrinkWatch: A Mobile Wellbeing Application Based on Interactive and Cooperative Machine Learning” has been accepted for publication at the “8th International Digital Health Conference, Public Health & Emergencies in the Age of Big Data” in Lion, France, Apr. 2018 :-)

[ Conference, Digital Health 2018, Lion, France ]
[ PDF ]
[ Program ]

Simon Flutura, Andreas Seiderer, Ilhan Aslan, Raphael Schwarz, Chi-Tai Dang, 
Dominik Schiller, Elisabeth Andre, DrinkWatch: A Mobile Wellbeing Application
Based on Interactive and Cooperative Machine Learning, DH 2018, Proceedings of 
the 8th International Digital Health Conference (Lion, France). ACM

Paper “Exploring Opportunistic Ambient Notifications in the Smart Home to Enhance Quality of Live” has been accepted for publication at the “15th International Conference On Smart homes and health Telematics, IoT for Enhanced Quality of Life and Smart Living” in Paris, France, Aug. 2017 :-)

[ Conference, ICOST 2017, Paris, France ]
[ PDF ]
[ Program ]

Andreas Seiderer, Chi Tai Dang, Elisabeth André, Exploring Opportunistic Ambient 
Notifications in the Smart Home to Enhance Quality of Live, ICOST 2017, 
Proceedings of the 15th International Conference On Smart homes and health 
Telematics (Paris, France). Springer

Excited about participation in the Co-Design Roundtable at the Human-Centred Cognitive Assistance Lab of the University of Bremen.

—   http://hcc.uni-bremen.de/codesign2017/roundtable

Just wondered how we approach environmental psychology, visual perception, and design in terms of everyday behaviors of home inhabitants…

Oh, and the roundtable is just part of a larger international initiative that tries to look beyond what we know about cognition and design (http://hcc.uni-bremen.de/codesign2017/)… Surely of interest for many disciplines…