25-26 November 2015
Vilnius, Lithuania

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eChallenges e2015 Agenda

Updated: 2015-08-18 15:26:56

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Day 2: 26 November 2015

Session 5a: Cloud Computing
Chair: Ken McHugh, Tigerspike, Singapore
Business Processes as a Service: A Model-Based Approach to align Business with Cloud offerings
Robert Woitsch, BOC Asset Management GmbH, Austria

Lessons Learnt from a joint EC Co-funded PCP - Cloud for Europe
Eleonora Kuiper, Tax and Customs Administration , Netherlands

Implementation of Hybrid Cloud Storage Based on CDMI Protocol
Pavel Skvortsov, University of Stuttgart, Germany

A Framework for a Cost Efficient Cloud Ecosystem
Philipp Leitner, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Session 5b: eHealth
Chair: Gintautas Dzemyda, Vilnius University, Lithuania
medVC - a Remote Collaboration Solution Enhanced with Cloud Services and Future Internet Capacities
Sergiusz Zielinski, Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland

Enhancing Mobile Spontaneous Adverse Drug Event Reporting through Electronic Health Records
Mehmet Kubilay Kahveci, SRDC Ltd., Turkey

Legal Requirement Clusters as Means to Build Legally Interoperable Data Bridges between Research Infrastructures
Wolfgang Kuchinke, Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany

Portugal’s SICO: A new Dimension to Mortality Forecasts in Real Time
Cristiano Marques, Shared Services of the Ministry of Health, Portugal

Integration of Smart Wearable Mobile Devices and Cloud Computing in South African Healthcare
Promise Mvelase, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, South Africa

Session 5c: Social Implications of Technology
Chair: Vytautas Ramonaitis, Cellular Expert , Lithuania
Elektr-O-Mat - A Participation Game to Match and Explore the Relationship between (Electro-)Mobility and Citizens' Needs
Rica Rieth, Fraunhofer IAO, Germany

Data-Driven and Value Sensitive Urban Decision Making
Susanne Dobner, Centre for Social Innvation, Austria

Sustainability and Competitiveness through Digital Product-Service-Systems
Bernhard Kölmel, HS Pforzheim, Germany

User Involvement and Testing in Interaction Design: Do We Pay Enough Attention to the Users?
Hanne Sørum, Westerdals Oslo ACT, Norway

Intention based Enhancement of Reaching and Grasping
Arjen Bergsma, University of Twente, Netherlands

Coffee Break : Coffee break: Networking
Session 6a: eInfrastructures
Chair: Haitham Hamza, Software Engineering Competence Centre, Egypt
Centre of Excellence for HPC and Engineering: Concept Development
Anna Palaiologk, HLRS, Germany

Capacity-building Across Sectors: Making a Reference Platform for INSPIRE Implementation, Interoperability and Reusability
Robin S. Smith, EC- Joint Research Centre, Italy

ENERGIC-OD Virtual Hubs: a brokered architecture for facilitating Open Data sharing and use
Paolo Mazzetti, CNR, Italy

Interoperability Profiles for Disaster Management and Maritime Surveillance
Mert Gençtürk, SRDC LTD., Turkey

Session 6b
Session 6c: Societal Implications of Technologies
Chair: Gift Kadzamira, National Commission for Science & Technology, Malawi
ICT as an Enabler to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals for Developing Countries: A Proposed Assessment Approach
Ashwin Seegolam, National Computer Board/ Open University Mauritius, Mauritius

Hybrid Multiservice Demand Responsive Mobility Service for Developing Countries
Jecinta Kamau, Kyushu University, Japan

eEducation and its societal implications
Daria Catalui, ENISA, Greece

Legal and Regulatory Challenges for Physical Assistant Robots
Eduard Fosch Villaronga, Università di Bologna, Spain

Lunch : Lunch & Networking
Session 7a: Future Internet and Energy Efficiency
Chair: Andrius Pleckaitis, INFOBALT, Lithuanian ICT Association, Lithuania
FIWARE Generic Enablers as Building Blocks of a Marketplace for Energy
Dario Pellegrino, Engineering Ingegneria Informatica, Italy

Building Green City with Green Choices in Traffic
Olli Ojala, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland

An Energy Monitoring based Approach to predict Energy Wastage in the Manufacturing Industry
Sebastian Schmitz, FIR at RWTH Aachen, Germany

Workshop 7b: Addressing the Societal Challenge of Visual Impairment through European Procurers Platforms
Chair: Giuliana Vitiello, University of Salerno, Italy
Visual impairment- A need assessment methodology based on a systemic approach with the innovation as the paradigm
Vincenzo Vella, AQuAS, Spain

A cross-border multifaceted contextual inquiry for problem domain analysis through a dedicated web portal
Genny Tortora, University of Salerno Italy, Italy

The importance of a demand-driven innovation procurement –Case studies from end-user organizations
Sara Bedin, Independent expert on Innovation Procurement, Italy

Study of the state of the art for visual impairment technologies – initial findings
Stephen Taylor, AREA Science Park, Italy

Coffee Break : Coffee break: Networking
Workshop 8a: Conceptual Modelling and Semantics for Value-based Knowledge Transfer
Chair: Robert Woitsch, BOC Asset Management GmbH, Austria
Modeling for Learning in Complex Organizations - the Learn PAd Approach
Alfonso Pierantonio, University of L'Aquila, Italy

Knowledge Work Designer - Integrating Business Processes, Case Management and Decision Making
Knut Hinkelmann, FHNW University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland

Designing Modelling Methods: The Learn PAd Scenario
Nesat Efendioglu, BOC Asset Management GmbH, Austria

A Tool for Visual Specification and Verification for Secure Process Movements
Moonkun Lee, Chonbuk National University, Korea, Republic Of

Learn PAd: Model-Based Social Learning for Pubic Administrations
Darius Šilingas, No Magic Europe, Lithuania

Session 8b: Technology-enhanced Learning
Chair: Andrius Pleckaitis, INFOBALT, Lithuanian ICT Association, Lithuania
Digitizing Curricula: An Approach for Digital Usability
Henning Eriksson, Umeå University, Sweden

How Video Lecture Capture Affects Student Engagement in a Higher Education Computer Programming Course: A Study of Attendance, Video Viewing Behaviours and Student Attitude
Aidan McGowan, Queens University Belfast, United Kingdom

Exploring the Benefits of Augmented Reality in Higher Education Learning
Alexander Okolo, Middlesex University Mauritius Branch Campus, Mauritius

I Know How That Feels – An Empathic Robot Tutor
Arvid Kappas, Jacobs University Bremen gGmbH, Germany

An Approach to a Graph-Based Model for Encouraging Transfer of Knowledge in Learning Activities
Alvaro Fernández Del Carpio, Universidad Católica de Santa María, Peru

R&E Networking and Medical Communities Join Forces to Combat Dengue Fever
Bu-Sung Lee, Singapore Advanced Research and Education Networks, Singapore

Closing Plenary 9a: Closing Plenary
Chair: Paul Cunningham, IIMC Limited, Ireland
Putting e-2015 Results into Practice: Challenges for the National Innovation System
Edgaras Leichteris, Knowledge Economy Forum, Lithuania

FI-IMPACT Analysis of FIWARE projects to date
Paul Cunningham, IIMC Limited, Ireland

Disclaimer: This is the Advance Programme, which is subject to change.

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