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Smarticipation 2016 - 2016 Workshop on Intelligent Personal Guidance of Human Behavior Utilizing Anticipatory Models



VenueHeidelberg, Germany Germany



Topics/Call fo Papers

In today’s fast paced environment, society is confronted with information
overload, stress, and health issues. These are generally caused by
accelerating technological evolution, increasing time pressure, and physical
inactivity. So-called anticipatory systems, which guide users or intervene in
their daily life, are seen as a very promising solution to overcome these
issues. We believe that anticipatory mobile computing is the next emerging
research field after mobile sensing, activity recognition, and context
Thus, this workshop aims to share experiences of current researches on
anticipatory systems in order to understand the extent of how such systems
could be a solution and how they could provide personal guidance given
the discovered traits of human behavior. We invite the submission of papers
in the emerging research field of anticipatory mobile computing that focus
on understanding, design, and development of such systems. We also welcome
contributions that investigate underlying prediction models or give an
insight into human behavior.
Relevant workshop topics include but are not limited to:
* Anticipatory Mobile Computing
* Persuasive Computing
* Social Computing
* Psychological Computing
* Understanding Human Behavior
* (Complex) Activity Recognition
* Context Prediction
* Human Behavior Changes
* Personal Guidance
* Intervention Mechanism
* Intelligent Actioning
* Decision Making
* Personalization
* Assistance Systems
* Human Computer Interfaces
* Proactive Support
* Daily-life Support
* Ambient Assisted Living
Paper Submission Deadline: June 07, 2016
Authors Notification: June 28, 2016
Camera-ready: July 02, 2016
The workshop solicits technical (4 pages)
or full research papers (8 pages)
in the SIGCHI Extended Abstract format.
The papers are to be submitted as single PDF
via the submission site:
Christian Meurisch, TU Darmstadt (Germany)
Usman Naeem, University of East London (UK)
Muhammad Awais Azam, University of Engineering and Technology (Pakistan)
Frederik Janssen, TU Darmstadt (Germany)
Benedikt Schmidt, ABB AG ? Corporate Research Center (Germany)
Max Mühlhäuser, TU Darmstadt (Germany)

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