Scientific Program

IHIET-AI 2024 Scientific Program


The IHIET-AI 2024 Technical Sessions will be held on April 26-27, 2024.
IHIET-AI 2024 International Conference
Technical Sessions: April 26-27, 2024
Location: Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois (CHUV)
Address: Rue du Bugnon 46, 1011 Lausanne, Switzerland (Google Maps)

IHIET-AI 2024 Conference Final Program (PDF Download)

IHIET-AI 2024 Conference Reception
Time and Date: 18:30-22:00, April 25, 2024
(Registered participants only, dress is business casual)
Location: Mövenpick Hotel Lausanne
Address: Av. de Rhodanie 4, 1007 Lausanne, Switzerland (Google Maps)

 


 

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-ai.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

Thursday, April 25, 2024 Friday, April 26, 2024 Saturday, April 27, 2024

11:00-13:00
Registration Desk
9:00-10:30
Technical Session 
9:00-10:30 
Technical Sessions
11:00-12:30
Technical Sessions
11:00-12:30 
Technical Sessions
19:30-22:00
Conference Reception

(Registered Participants - Dress is Business Casual)
13:30-15:00 
Technical Sessions
12:30-13:30 
Lunch Break
  10:30-14:00
Poster Sessions
10:30-14:00 
Poster Sessions

Scientific and Technical Program





Thursday, April 25 Conference Reception and Banquet

IHIET-AI 2024 International Conference
Time and Date: 18:30-22:00, April 25, 2024
(Registered participants only, dress is business casual)

Location: Mövenpick Hotel Lausanne
Address: Av. de Rhodanie 4, 1007 Lausanne, Switzerland (Google Maps)






  Day 1 Technical Sessions - Friday, April 26, 2024

The IHIET-AI 2024 Technical Sessions will be held April 26-27, 2024 at the
Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV Centre hospitalier universitaire vaudois)
Location: Rue du Bugnon 46, 1011 Lausanne, Switzerland (Google Maps)




IHIET-AI 2024 Conference Final Program (PDF Download)

DAY 1
Track Room
SESSION 1 Plenary: Human-centered Design I IHIET 1 Geneve
Friday, April 26 Session Chair(s): Anne Karrenbrock, Germany and Christoph Stahl, Luxembourg

9:00 - 10:30 CET Acknowledging tacit knowledge: Outlining participatory workshops in a human-centered design process
      Anne Karrenbrock, Laura Brendel, Laura Popplow, Valerie Varney, Germany



LIFANA – User-centered design of a personalized meal recommender app for the elderly
      Christoph Stahl, Krizia Ferrini, Torsten Bohn, Luxembourg



User Preferences for Smart Applications for a Self-Powered Tabletop Gestural Interface
      Nora Almania, Sarah Alhouli, Deepak Sahoo, United Kingdom



Conceptual voicebot in the context of a passenger information system in an automated bus
      Benedikt Haas, Eric Sax, Germany



Team Effectiveness of Higher Education Students through Project-based and Agile Education for Sustainable Development
      Vasiliki Karampa, Foteini Paraskeva, Greece



Fostering Student Creativity: A Curriculum Proposal in the Context of "Innovation and Entrepreneurship" and "Double Reduction" Policies
      Ruonan Huang, Bowen Li, Jingjing Zhang, Takumi Ohashi, Y Chen, Jing Ma, Zi Wang, Mengyi Zhang, Ruilu Yu, Dan Qiu, Yiyang Liu, Z Zou, Wei Liu, China



Effects of Digital Art Emotional Expression Therapy on the Rehabilitation of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
      Zhenyu Liu, Cheng Yao, Fangtian Ying, China










DAY 1
Track Room
SESSION 2 Plenary: Artificial Intelligence, Computing and Intelligent Design IHIET 2 Bern
Friday, April 26 Session Chair(s): Deborah Middleton, United States and Veljko Vučinić, Germany

9:00 - 10:30 CET Evaluating Human – AI Design Interaction From the Perspective of Cognitive Abstraction
      Deborah A Middleton, United States



USID - Unsupervised Identification of the Driver for Vehicle Comfort Functions
      Veljko Vučinić, Luca Seidel, Marco Stang, Eric Sax, Germany



Virtual Reality (VR) and Simulated Air Traffic Control Environment (SATCE) in flight training: The Purdue Case study
      Dimitrios Ziakkas, Gede Bagus Michael Kim, Dimitra - Eirini Synodinou, United States



Sense of technology self-efficacy and motivation coexisting with algorithmic thinking
      Jussi Okkonen, Antti Syvänen, Jari Laarni, Jarmo Viteli, Mikael Wahlström, Mia Laine, Finland



TauchiGPT_V2: An Offline Agent-based Opensource AI Tool designed to Assist in Academic Research
      Ahmed Farooq, Jari Kangas, Mounia Ziat, Roope Raisamo, Finland



Integrating Generative AI into the Design Process: A Case Study on Space Engineering
      Mohammad Amin Kuhail, Jose Berengueres, Fatma Taher, Sana Khan, United Arab Emirates



Exploring Metamorphic Testing for Self-learning Functions with User Interactions
      Marco Stang, Luca Seidel, Veljko Vučinić, Eric Sax, Germany







10:30 - 11:00    Sessions Break





DAY 1
Track Room
SESSION 3 Augmented, Virtual and Mixed Reality Simulation IHIET 3 Geneve
Friday, April 26 Session Chair(s): Susanna Testa, Italy and Vivian Chung, United Kingdom

11:00 - 12:30 CET Immersive Innovation: Bridging Digital Design and Virtual Realities in Jewellery
      Livia Tenuta, Susanna Testa, Beatrice Rossato, Italy



Design and implementation of a marker-based AR-enabled tool tracking system for manufacturing manual operation
      Vivian Chung, Daniel Vera, Jiayi Zhang, United Kingdom



Hybridization possibilities of two approaches: Participatory Design and User-Centered Design
      Mexhid Ferati, Arianit Kurti, Sweden



Digital competences in health professionals. Public hospitals case of peru.
      Danicsa Karina Espino Carrasco, Madeleine Espino Carrasco, Luis Dávila Valdera, Edson Valdera Benavides, Anny Dávila Valdera, Mayury Espino Carrasco, Royer Vásquez Cachay, Lady Dávila Valdera, Carmen Arbulú Pérez Vargas, Ricardo Diaz Calderon, Cindy Vargas Cabrera, Ana Maria Alvites Gasco, Claudia Arbañil Chicoma, Clarisa Gomez Romero, Rafael Martel Acosta, Roque Valderrama Soto, Peru



Automatic transcription of the Methods-Time Measurement MTM-1 motions in VR
      Valentina Gorobets, Roman Billeter, Rolf Adelsberger, Andreas Kunz, Switzerland






DAY 1
Track Room
SESSION 4 Human–computer Interaction IHIET 5 Bern
Friday, April 26 Session Chair(s): Gérard Chollet, France and Andreas Alexopoulos, Germany

11:00 - 12:30 CET Privacy Preserving Personal Assistant with On-Device Diarization and Spoken Dialogue System for Home and beyond
      Gérard Chollet, Hugues Sansen, Yannis Tevissen, Jérôme Boudy, Mossaab Hariz, Christophe Lohr, Fathy Yassa, France



Adaptive Visualization Framework for Human-Centric Data Interaction in Time-Critical Environments
      Andreas Alexopoulos, Jean Vanderdonckt, Luis Leiva, Ioannis Arapakis, Michalis Vakalellis, Vassilis Prevelakis, Germany



Elaborating a framework that is able to structure and evaluate design workflow and composition of Generative AI visualizations.
      Gianmarco Longo, Deborah A Middleton, Silvia Albano, Italy



A PBL experience: Joining Human-Computer Interaction and Mobile programming
      Álvaro Santos, Anabela Gomes, Portugal



The Convergent Validity of Computer Operating Systems’ Usability Evaluation by Popular Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) Robots
      Victor K Y Chan, Macau Sar China















12:30 - 13:30    Lunch Break (Lunch will be provided)









DAY 1
Track Room
SESSION 5 Human-Technology and Future of Work IHIET 6 Geneve
Friday, April 26 Session Chair(s): Silvia Albano, China and Dorothea Liehr, Germany

13:30 -15:00 CET How can physical studio space integrate and support speculative AI design experimentation and visualization workflows?
      Silvia Albano, Deborah A Middleton, Gianmarco Longo, Italy



Do you know what's going on? - Examining Situation Awareness for Different Communication Concepts of an E-Cargo Bike Autonomous Parking Function
      Dorothea Liehr, Isabel Kreißig, Jakob Siegmund, Susanne Creutz, Hendrik Meißner, Josef Krems, Germany



Usability Evaluation of Advising Services Platform to Advance Sustainable Quality Services of Students in Higher Education
      Haseena Al Katheeri, Rifat Gurcan Ozdemir, United Arab Emirates



Headset type ear-gas biosensor for non-invasive blood volatile monitoring
      Kohji Mitsubayashi, Kenta Ichikawa, Kenta Iitani, Japan



Learning analytics to validate academic performance analysis
      Pedro Oliveira, Paulo Matos, Portugal



Crafting the Future: A Comprehensive Workflow for Generative Jewelry Design
      Larissa Gomide, Wagner Meira Jr, Brazil







End of Day 1 Sessions





Day 2 Technical Sessions - Saturday, April 27, 2024

DAY 2
Track Room
SESSION 6 Emerging Technologies and Business Applications IHIET 8 Geneve
Saturday, April 27 Session Chair(s): Dimitrios Ziakkas, United States and Ivan Parati, China

9:00 - 10:30 CET Workforce Planning in Aviation: The implementation of Artificial Intelligence in Recruitment
      Dimitrios Ziakkas, Anastasios Plioutsias, Ibrahim Sarikaya, United States



AI powered Social Communication: a Qualitative Investigation in to Social and Ethical Concerns
      Vikrant Yadav, India



Using Future Thinking as a steering tool for Generative AI creative output: a case study aiming at rethink lighting in the next future
      Ivan Parati, Mariia Zolotova, China



The Role of Artificial Intelligence in the Fatigue Risk Management System
      Dimitrios Ziakkas, Julius Keller, Sudip Vhaduri, United States



A Relationship Model between the Perceived Economic Value of Computer Operating Systems and their Usability: All Variables Evaluated by Copilot AI
      Victor K Y Chan, Macau Sar China






DAY 2
Track Room
SESSION 7 Applications in Medicine and Healthcare IHIET 7 Bern
Saturday, April 27 Session Chair(s): Alan Liu, United States and Lewen Ivy Huang, Canada

9:00 - 10:30 CET Development of a System for Real-time Assessment and Modification of Team-based Exercises
      Alan Liu, Richard Wainess, United States



Investigating AI Model Limitations in Recognizing Faces and Bodies in Ballroom Dance Settings
      Lewen Ivy Huang, Canada



Using AI to Detect Medicare Fraud
      Linda Bower, United States



Human values assessment toward AI-based patient state prediction
      Masayuki Ihara, Hiroko Tokunaga, Hiroki Murakami, Shinpei Saruwatari, Akihiko Koga, Takashi Yukihira, Shinya Hisano, Kazuki Takeshita, Ryoichi Maeda, Masashige Motoe, Japan



Precision and reliability of digital blood pressure monitor when  monitoring the blood pressure of patients in critical units of a hospital in Peru
      Carlos Ojeda, Danicsa Espino, Diego Henrri Ojeda Alberca, Zayra Marivel More Davis, Fátima Giovana Vásquez Vigil, Fadia Zulema Huerta Huerta, Flor Juliana Mercedes Risco Ipanaque, Samame Talledo Belinda Elvira, Peru



Recommendations for the use of resilience matrix in healthcare institutions
      Kenta Nakayama, Kenji Watanabe, Japan







10:30 - 11:00    Sessions Break





DAY 2
Track Room
SESSION 8 Emerging Technologies IHIET 1 Geneve
Saturday, April 27 Session Chair(s): Lorena Olmos Pineda, Mexico and Jorge Gil Tejeda, Mexico

11:00 - 12:30 CET Retrospective Temporal Perception with Virtual Products in Local Environments
      Lorena Olmos Pineda, Jorge Gil Tejeda, Mexico



Exploration of Patterns in Emotional Response and Retrospective Cognitive Load during Interaction with a Virtual Product
      Jorge Gil Tejeda, Lorena Olmos Pineda, Mexico



Digital creativity and problem-solving in higher engineering education: Developing an e-course using the educational affordances of STEAM methodology
      Foteini Paraskeva, Eleni Neofotistou, Greece



Design Methodology for Product Designers in the Context of Domestic 3D-Printing
      Zuk Turbovich, Israel



Human Drivers and Automated Vehicles team up for the better and the worse: a framework for the analysis of future accidents
      Henri Chajmowicz, Pierre Van Elslande, Laura Bigi, Philippe Lesire, Jean Baptiste Haué, Cyril Chauvel, Stéphane Buffat, France



Assessment Type Preferences in Informatics Engineering: before, during, and after the pandemic
      Anabela Gomes, Cristina Chuva, Portugal






DAY 2
Track Room
SESSION 9 Human-centered Design II IHIET 10 Bern
Saturday, April 27 Session Chair(s): Ana Colim, Portugal and Sarah Alhouli, United Kingdom

11:00 - 12:30 CET Enhancing Worker Efficiency and Reducing Cognitive Workload Through Assistive Assembly: A Proof-of-Concept
      André Cardoso, Estela Bicho, Ana Braga, Carla Alves, Luís Louro, Duarte Fernandes, Pedro Arezes, Ana Colim, Portugal



Designing a Positive Initial Experience with a Companion Pet Robot for Older Adults in Kuwait
      Sarah Alhouli, Nora Almania, Deepak Sahoo, United Kingdom



APPEND: A Blockchain-Based Model of Digital Product Passport for Furniture Industry
      Fisnik Dalipi, Arianit Kurti, Mexhid Ferati, Sweden



Vibration Discomfort of Hand-Arm Vibration influenced by Energy Content, Frequency, Waveform and Exposure Duration
      Diana Fotler, Klara Lorenz, Sven Matthiesen, Germany



Flight Simulation In Geography Teaching: Experience Reports In Two Scenarios
      Christiano Bittencourt Machado, Brazil



A cross-cultural contextual study of Wong Kar-wai’s films driven by online reviews
      Hanzhang Dong, China







12:30 - 13:30    Lunch Break (Buffet Lunch)


Poster Demonstration Sessions:

SESSION A Poster Demonstration Session

Friday-Saturday, April 26-27 [10:30 - 14:00]
A-1 A framework for assessing and enhancing social and spatial presence in mediated communication to support remote collaboration
      Liv Ziegfeld, Maarten Michel, Ivo Stuldreher, Netherlands
A-2 Designing a User-Centred Team Role Testing APP: Revealing Team Dynamics Through Visual Analysis
      Xinlei Zhao, Gail Hopkins, United Kingdom
A-3 Dual Particle Filtering of Intelligent Driver Model Parameters for Indirect Detection of Driving Anomalies
      Hironori Suzuki, Ryuya Seki, Japan
A-4 ReActIn: Infusing Human Feedback into Intermediate Prompting Steps of Large Language Model
      Manuel Delaflor Rodrguez, Carlos Toxtli, Claire Gendron, Wangfan Li, Cecilia Delgado Solorzano, United States
A-5 Examining users’ acceptance of an e-cargo bike sharing system – results from a living lab study
      Vincent Joura, Isabel Kreißig, Tina Morgenstern, Maria Kreußlein, Dorothea Liehr, Jim Gerschler, Robin Vrignaud, Jenny Köckritz, Bastian Pfleging, Germany
A-6 Appearance-based gaze estimation as an objective tool to assess social presence during immersive mediated communication
      Linsey Roijendijk, Ivo Stuldreher, Maarten Michel, Alexander Toet, Netherlands
A-7 Expanding the Horizon of Learning Applications: A Study on the Versatility of Prompting Architectures in Large Language Models
      Cecilia Delgado Solorzano, Carlos Toxtli, United States
A-8 Artificial Intelligence-Derived Clinical Reports For Multidisciplinary Health Education: A Preliminary Approach
      Christiano Bittencourt Machado, Redha Taiar, Brazil
A-9 Assessing the Alignment of AI-Generated Evaluations with Human Judgment: A Case Study in a Teen Entrepreneurship Pitch Competition.
      Shreya Rao, United States
A-10 Unpacking Human-AI Interaction in Safety- Critical Industries
      Tita Alissa Bach, Norway
A-11 User Requirements for Automated Vehicles in Case of a System Failure
      Lotte Wagner - Douglas, Thomas Lennartz, Stefan Ladwig, Germany







                                                                                                

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