Web, Mobile and Multimedia Technologies
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Brian A. Barsky – Berkeley, CA, United States
Computational Photography: Going Forward from an Historical Perspective
Computational photography is a nascent field that is rapidly gaining interest in various scientific and engineering research communities. This research is occurring in a context of a...
Erik Brunvand – UT, United States
Technological Fluency through Circuit Bending
Electronic technology is pervasive in our modern world but how it actually works can be a mystery to many people. In 1999 and 2002 the National Research Council (NRC) released influential...
Tracy K Camp – CO, United States
An Overview of The Toilers: An Ad Hoc Networks Research Group
The Toilers are a unique group of staff, graduate students, and undergraduates who research ad hoc networks, specifically wireless sensor networks (WSNs) and mobile ad hoc networks...
SMOOTH: A Simple and Realistic Way to Model Human Mobility
Simulation is the research tool of choice for a majority of the mobile ad hoc network (MANET) community; however, while the use of simulation has increased, the credibility of the simulation...
Alain Chesnais – Toronto, ON, Canada
3D Content For The Web
One of the most exciting developments in browser technology is the ability to present and interact with 3D assets in a web page. This talk will focus on the introduction of WebGL since 2011...
- Real Time Predictive Analytics for Social MediaSocial media has grown dramatically over the last decade, both in terms of adoption and in terms of volume of information shared. Such growth proses huge challenges for people looking to...
Luca Chittaro – Udine, Italy
Improving Mindfulness and Personal Resilience through Technology
Different activities that can be potentially embraced by almost any person such as physical exercise, deep and slow breathing or relaxation training have been shown to have beneficial effects on...
Mobile Persuasion for Health and Safety Promotion
Mobile apps are a very promising tool to promote attitude and behavior change in users. However, creating effective and successful mobile apps for health and safety promotion requires a wealth of...
Charlie Fink – New York, NY, United States
Why AR Is White Hot, and VR is not. Yet. - Web, Mobile and Multimedia Technologies
AR devices are likely to hit an inflection point before VR because they are already being integrated into apps we use every day. In five years, “augmented reality” will sound...
Marcus Foth – Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Human-Computer & Human-Food Interactions: Beyond Nutritional Data and Educational Information
Raising people’s awareness of healthy and ecological food options with nutritional data and educational information does not foster a sustained practice towards a more environmentally...
Qi Han – Golden, CO, United States
Taming the Uncertainty in Supporting Distributed Sensor Applications
With the advances in computational, communication, and sensing capabilities, large-scale sensor-based distributed environments are becoming a reality. However, the dynamic nature of wireless...
Seiji Isotani – Sao Carlos - SP, Brazil
Open Linked Data and Semantic Web: Towards the Web of Knowledge
What is open linked data? How is it connected with the future of the Web? In this talk, we will discuss the concept of open linked data and the advantages of creating an ecosystem for structuring,...
Tsvi Kuflik – Haifa, Israel
Small group modeling in cultural heritage - modeling automatic detection of social behavior of museum visitor pairs
In many cases, visitors come to a museum in small groups. In these cases, the visitors’ social context has an impact on their museum visit experience. Knowing the social context may allow a...
Yung-Hsiang Lu – West Lafayette, IN, United States
Mobile Computing in a Connected World
Mobile computers connected to the Internet allow users anywhere to create, share, and retrieve information. Despite the convenience, mobile computers have one critical disadvantage: the...
- Power Management- A System ViewReducing power consumption is important for electronic systems due to many reasons. Battery-powered mobile systems and embedded systems are widely used today. Energy cost...
Aditi Majumder – Irvine, CA, United States
Imparting New Degrees of Freedom to Next Generation Displays and Cameras
We have seen a tremendous advancement in the past decade by which we will soon find cameras and projectors everywhere in diverse sizes, form factors and resolutions. More importantly, with...
Oge Marques – Boca Raton, FL, United States
Image Processing and Computer Vision in iOS
This lecture provides directions for developers and researchers interested in developing iOS applications with image processing and computer vision capabilities. It is divided into three main...
Pearl Pu – Preverenges, Switzerland
Sensor-based Personalized Wellness Applications
The cost of health care is expected to grow enormously in the coming years. To keep these costs limited, we need better technological tools for self-monitoring and independent aging, and to...
- Troubles in Deciding? How Recommender Technology Can Help Consumers ChooseAs online stores offer practically an infinite shelf space, recommender systems are playing an increasingly important role in helping users search and discover items that they truly want....
Hanan Samet – College Park, MD, United States
Duking it out at the Smartphone Mobile App Mapping API Corral:Apple, Google, and the Competition
The recent introduction of the Apple iPhone 5 and the accompanying iOS6 software environment which, among other changes, replaced the use of the Google Maps API in iOS5 by Apple's own...
Venkat Subramaniam – Broomfield, CO, United States
Let's Get Lazy: Explore the Real Power of Streams
When we hear functional programming we often hear about immutability and higher-order functions. They are definitely important, but the real power of functional programming is in function...
Why a new programming model? The computing platform and the demands on applications have significantly changed in the past few years. We can't be creating applications like we once did....
Changsheng Xu – Beijing, China
User-Centric Social Multimedia Computing
Social multimedia has three fundamental elements of user, multimedia content and interaction. Social multimedia computing aims to connect user and multimedia content by analyzing the interaction,...
- Let's Get Lazy: Explore the Real Power of Streams
- Troubles in Deciding? How Recommender Technology Can Help Consumers Choose
- Image Processing and Computer Vision in iOS
- Power Management- A System View
- Taming the Uncertainty in Supporting Distributed Sensor Applications
- Real Time Predictive Analytics for Social Media
- An Overview of The Toilers: An Ad Hoc Networks Research Group