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EUSAI 2004 (Final Announcement)

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******* EUSAI 2004 **********************************************
******* Second European Symposium on Ambient Intelligence *******

	Final Announcement

	November 8-10, 2004
	Eindhoven University of Technology
	Eindhoven, The Netherlands



Ambient Intelligence represents a vision of the future where we shall be surrounded by electronic environments, sensitive and responsive to people.  Ambient intelligence technologies are expected to combine concepts of ubiquitous computing and intelligent systems putting humans in the centre of technological developments.  Ambient Intelligence represents a long-term objective for European research bringing together researchers across multiple disciplines: computer science, electronics and mechanical engineering, design, architecture, social sciences, software engineering, to name a few.  

Following a successful first event last year, the Second European Symposium on Ambient Intelligence, will be held in Eindhoven in the Netherlands, on November 8-10, 2004.  It aims to provide a venue for an emerging multi-disciplinary community of researchers that work on Ambient Intelligence.


Registration is possible at http://www.eusai.net. Online registration closes at October 25. After that date people have to contact one of the organizers (info@eusai.net) for registration.


- Keynote presentations (November 9-10)

	Context Aware Computing - Ted Selker (MIT Media Lab, USA)
	Combining Physical and Digital Interaction - Thomas Erickson (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA)
	On Designing Sociable Digital Environments - Tom Rodden (University of Nottingham, UK)

- Workshops (November 8) 

	* AmI Technologies for WellBeing at Home (full day workshop)
	Johan Plomp (VTT Electronics) 
	Paolo Tealdi (Independent Consultant)

	* Ambient Intelligence: In the Service of Man? (full day workshop)
	Rinie van Est (Rathenau Institute)

- Tutorials (November 8)

	* Radio Frequency Identification (morning tutorial)
	Christian Floerkemeier (ETH Zurich) 
	Matthias Lampe (ETH Zurich)
	* Designing and Implementing an Intelligent Ubiquitous Information System in Java (afternoon tutorial)
	Rasmus Pedersen (Distributed Systems Laboratory, University of Copenhagen)

- Paper presentations (November 9-10)

	L. Balme, A. Demeure, N. Barralon, J. Coutaz, G. Calvary - ETHYLENE-RT: a Software Architecture ReferenceModel for Distributed, Migratable, and Plastic UserInterfaces
	Sérgio A. T. Barretto, Miguel Mira da Silva - Using Integration Frameworks for Developing Context-Aware Applications
	Florian Block, Albrecht Schmidt, Nicolas Villar, Hans W. Gellersen - Towards a Playful User Interface for Home Entertainment Systems
	Juergen Bohn, Friedemann Mattern - Super-Distributed RFID Tag Infrastructures
	Tom Broens and Stanislav Pokraev - Context-aware, ontology-based, service discovery
	Eleni Christopoulou, Achilles Kameas - Using ontologies to address key issues in ubiquitous computing systems
	Meghan Deutscher, Phillip Jeffrey, Nelson Siu - Information Capture Devices for Social Environments
	Patrícia Dockhorn Costa, Luís Ferreira Pires, Marten van Sinderen and Diego Rios - A Services Platform for Context-Aware Applications
	J.W.Frens, J.P.Djajadiningrat, C.J.Overbeeke - Rich Interaction: Issues
	Christos Goumopoulos, Eleni Christopoulou, Nikos Drossos and Achilles Kameas - The PLANTS System: Enabling Mixed Societies of Communicating Plants and Artefacts
	Michael Hellenschmidt, Thomas Kirste - A Generic Topology for Ambient Intelligence
	E. Homayounvala, A.H. Aghvami - Performance Evaluation of Personal Agent Migration Policies in an Ambient Use Case Scenario
	Elise van den Hoven and Berry Eggen - Tangible Computing in Everyday Life: Extending Current Frameworks for Tangible User Interfaces with Personal Objects
	Bob Hulsebosch, Alfons Salden and Mortaza Bargh - Context-based Service Access for Train Travelers
	Oguz Icoglu, Klaus A. Brunner, Ardeshir Mahdavi, and Georg Suter - Location Sensing for Self-updating Building Models
	Manasawee Kaenampornpan and Eamonn O’Neill - Modelling Context: an Activity Theory Approach
	S.H. Kalisvaart, E.M.C. Garcia Lechner and F.J. Lefeber - System for Monitoring and Coaching of Sportsmen
	Teresa Ko and Nina Berry - Distributed Feature Extraction for Event Identification
	Zhang Lei, Wang Xuehui, Dou Wenhua - A Fair Energy Conserving Routing Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks
	Andrés Lucero, Tatiana Lashina, Elmo Diederiks - From Imagination to Experience: The Role of Feasibility Studies in Gathering Requirements for Ambient Intelligent Products
	Markopoulos, P., Mavromatti, I., Kameas, A - End-User Configuration of Ambient Intelligence Environments: Feasibility from a User Perspective
	Martens, Aliakseyeu & de Pijper - VIEWs: Visual Interaction Enriched Window
	Kjeld H. Mortensen, Kari S. F. Schougaard, Ulrik P. Schultz - Distance-Based Access Modifiers Applied to Safety in Home Networks
	Hans Myrhaug, Nik Whitehead, Ayse Göker, Tor Erlend Faegri and Christopher Till Lech - AmbieSense – A System and Reference Architecture for Personalised Context-Sensitive Information Services for Mobile Users
	G.M.P. O’Hare, S. Keegan & M.J. O’Grady - Realizing the Ambient Intelligence Vision through the Deployment of Mobile, Intentional Agents
	Sang-Hee Park, Hye-Soo Kim, Chun-Su Park, Kyunghun Jang, and Sung-Jea Ko - QoS Provision Using Dual RF Modules in Wireless LAN
	Marianne Graves Petersen and Kaj Grønbæk - Shaping the Ambience of Homes with Domestic Hypermedia
	Jan Petzold, Faruk Bagci, Wolfgang Trumler, and Theo Ungerer - Confidence Estimation of the State-Predictor-Method
	Antti Pirhonen - From Metaphors to Simulations to Idioms: Supporting the Conceptualisation Process
	Davy Preuveneers, Jan Van den Bergh, Dennis Wagelaar, Andy Georges, Peter Rigole, Tim Clerckx, Yolande Berbers, Karin Coninx, Viviane Jonckers, Koen De Bosschere - Towards an extensible context ontology for Ambient Intelligence
	Ben Salem, Matthias Rauterberg - Multiple User Profile Merging
	Frank Siegemund and Tobias Krauer - Integrating Handhelds into Environments of Cooperating Smart Everyday Objects
	João Nuno Silva and Paulo Ferreira - Remote code execution on ubiquitous mobile applications
	Kostas Stathis and Francesca Toni - Ambient Intelligence using KGP Agents
	Martin Strohbach, Gerd Kortuem, Hans-Werner Gellersen, Christian Kray - Using Cooperative Artefacts as Basis for Activity Recognition
	Wim F.J. Verhaegh, Aukje E.M. van Duijnhoven, Pim Tuyls, and Jan Korst - Privacy protection in memory-based collaborative filtering

- Posters  (November 9-10)

	Francesco Furfari, Lorenzo Sommaruga, Claudia Soria, Roberto Fresco  - DomoML: The Definition of a Standard Markup for Interoperability of Human Home Interactions
	Nikolaos Georgantas, Valérie Issarny - User Activity Synthesis in Ambient Intelligence Environments
	Raul Jimeno, Zigor Salvador, Alberto Lafuente, Mikel Larrea, A. Uribarren - An Architecture for the Personalized Control of Domotic Resources
	Sharat Khungar, Jukka Riekki - A Context Based Storage for Ubiquitous Computing Applications
	Ronald Mannak, Huib de Ridder, David V. Keyson - The Human Side of Sharing in Peer-to-Peer Networks
	Ali Asghar Nazari Shirehjini, Michael Hellenschmidt, Thomas Kirste - An Integrated User Interface Providing Unified Access to Intelligent Environments and Personal Media
	Kafil M. Razeeb, Stephen Bellis, Brendan O'Flynn, John Barton, Kieran Delaney, Cian O'Mathuna - A Hybrid Network of Autonomous Sensor Nodes
	Juan Ignacio Vázquez, Diego López de Ipiña - An Interaction Model for Passively Influencing the Environment

- Demonstrations (November 9-10)

	René M.C. Ahn, Guus P.J. Baggermans, Yvette A. Dijkhuizen, Niels  Molenaar, Laurie Scholten - IKE: Interactive Kiting Experience
	Dzmitry Aliakseyeu, Jean-Bernard Martens - The Electronic Paper Prototype with Visual Interaction Enriched Windows
	Nick Fine, Willem-Paul Brinkman - Informing Intelligent Environments: Creating Profiled User Interfaces
	Ayse Göker, Stuart Watt, Hans I. Myrhaug, Nik Whitehead, Murat Yakici, Ralf Bierig, Sree Kanth Nuti, Hannah Cumming - An Ambient, Personalised, and Context-Sensitive Information System for Mobile Users
	Jean-Bernard Martens, Wen Qi, Dima Aliakseyeu, Arjan J.F. Kok, Robert van Liere - Experiencing 3D Interactions in Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
	John Pleunis, Michal Stala - Multi-Application Smartcard User Interface
	Rop Pulles, Pavel Sasno - A Set Top Box combining MHP and MPEG-4 Interactivity
	Nicolas Villar, Kristof Van Laerhoven, Hans Gellersen - A Physical Notice Board with Digital Logic and Display

- Océ student design competition (November 9-10)


General Chairs:  
	Panos Markopoulos (Eindhoven University of Technology)
	Berry Eggen (Eindhoven University of Technology)
Program Chairs:  
	Panos Markopoulos (Eindhoven University of Technology)
	Berry Eggen (Eindhoven University of Technology)
	Emile Aarts (Philips Research Laboratories Eindhoven) 
	James Crowley (Institut National Polytechnique Grenoble)
Tutorials chair:
	Boris de Ruyter (Philips Research Laboratories Eindhoven)
Workshops chair:	
	Ian McClelland (Philips Digital Systems Lab Eindhoven)
Demonstrations chairs:
	Kristof Van Laerhoven (Lancaster University)
	Gerd Kortuem (Lancaster University)
Posters chair:	
	Wijnand IJsselsteijn (Eindhoven University of Technology)
	Harm van Essen (Eindhoven University of Technology)
Communications and Venue:
	Elise van den Hoven (Eindhoven University of Technology)
	Evelien Perik (Eindhoven University of Technology)
Press Liaison:
	Franka van Neerven - van den Broek (Eindhoven University of Technology)
Conference System Management:
	Natalia Romero (Eindhoven University of Technology)
	Boris de Ruyter (Philips Research Laboratories Eindhoven)
	Andres Lucero (Eindhoven University of Technology)
Secretarial Support:
	Nora Tonnaer-van den Berg


For more information, please contact info@eusai.net or look at http://www.eusai.net.
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