The 9th International Conference on the Internet of Things (IoT 2019)

Paper/Poster “Calibration Transfer for Food Recognition Models for E-Noses” has been accepted for publication at the 9th International Conference on the Internet of Things (IoT 2019)” in Bilboa, Spain, Oct. 2019 :-)

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[ Conference, IoT 2019, Bilboa, Spain ]
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Andreas Seiderer, Chi Tai Dang and Elisabeth André, Calibration Transfer for 
Food Recognition Models for E-Noses, IoT 2019, Proceedings of the 9th 
International Conference on the Internet of Things (IoT 2019) 
(Bilboa, Spain). ACM

Gas sensors using the low-priced MOS technique face several problems that reduce their applicability for classification tasks. In literature, several methods can be found that try to alleviate these problems. In this paper, we focus on the problem that the behavior of different sensors (of same type) results in different data even for the same gas concentrations …

The 2019 European Conference on Ambient Intelligence (AmI 2019)

Paper “Indoor Air Quality and Wellbeing – Enabling Awareness and Sensitivity with Ambient IoT Displays” has been accepted for publication at the The 2019 European Conference on Ambient Intelligence (AmI 2019)” in Rome, Italy, Nov. 2019 :-)

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[ Conference, AmI 2019, Rome, Italy ]
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Andreas Seiderer, Ilhan Aslan, Chi Tai Dang, Elisabeth André, Indoor Air Quality 
and Wellbeing - Enabling Awareness and Sensitivity with Ambient IoT Displays, 
AmI 2019, Proceedings of the The 2019 European Conference on Ambient 
Intelligence (AmI 2019) (Rome, Italy). Springer

The quality of indoor air exerts influence on the wellbeing of people. However, people rarely notice a constant and creeping deterioration of indoor air. Especially in enclosed places where several people get together, like meeting rooms, school rooms and public transportation, bad air quality might cause a reduction of cognitive performance, increased headache, fatigue and sleepiness. This paper describes and discusses a privacy respecting system, built with low cost IoT components and open-source software, that …

The 13th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI 2019)

Paper “Of Smarthomes, IoT Plants, and Implicit Interaction Design” has been accepted for publication at the 13th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI 2019)” in Tempe, Arizona, USA, Mar. 2019 :-)

[ Conference, TEI 2019, Tempe, Arizona, USA ]
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Björn Bittner, Ilhan Aslan, Chi Tai Dang, and Elisabeth André, Of Smarthomes, 
IoT Plants, and Implicit Interaction Design, TEI 2019, Proceedings of the 13th 
International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction, 
TEI 2019 (Tempe, Arizona, USA). ACM

There seems to be a danger to carelessly replace routine tasks in homes through automation with IoT-technology. But since routines such as watering houseplants also have positive influences on inhabitants’ wellbeing, they should be transformed through carefully performed designs. To this end, an attempt to use technology for augmenting a set of houseplants’ non-verbal communication capabilities is presented. First, we describe in detail how implicit interactions have been designed to support inhabitants in watering their plants through meaningful interactions. Then, we report on a field study …

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 ]
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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

This paper presents preliminary results of the ongoing project TheOdor which explores the potential of electronic noses that make use of commodity gas sensors (MOS, MEMS) for applications in the smarthome, for example to classify human activities based on the odors that activities generate. We describe the system and its components and report on classification results from validation experiments …

Mensch und Computer 2018

Paper “Acceptance of Autonomy and Cloud in the Smart Home and Concerns” has been accepted for publication at the “Mensch und Computer 2018” in Dresden, Germany, Sep. 2018 :-)

[ Conference, Mensch und Computer 2018, Dresden, Germany ]
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Chi Tai Dang, Elisabeth André, Acceptance of Autonomy and Cloud 
in the Smart Home and Concerns, MuC 2018, Mensch und Computer 2018 
- Tagungsband (Dresden, Germany). 
Bonn: Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.