Municipalità di Venezia Murano-Burano

First International Conference on

Evolution of the Sciences, Informatics, Human Integration and

Scientific Education

( ESIHISE 2016 )

:: Venice Italy ::

October 11 – 12, 2016

AInCI: International Association of Interactive Communication

ALAIPO: Latin Association of HCI

::. BBK .::
Birkbeck University of London

::. FUN .::
Future University Hakodate

::. HAN .::
HAN University of Applied Sciences
the Netherlands

Indian Institute of Management Rohtak

::. ITB .::
Institute of Technology Bandung

::. IUAV .::
University of Venice

Kettering University

::. MCU .::
Ming Chuan University

::. MJU .::
Myongji University
South Korea

::. MSU .::
Moscow State University

::. NUU .::
National United University

::. NYU .::
New York University

::. PURDUE .::
Purdue University

University of Sheffield

::. SORBONNE .::
Paris Sorbonne University

::. TSINGHUA .::
Tsinghua University

::. U-AIZU .::
University of Aizu

::. UBA .::
Universidad de Buenos Aires

::. UCC .::
University College Cork

::. UCL .::
University College London

::. UCR .::
Universidad de Costa Rica
Costa Rica

::. UEF .::
University of Eastern Finland

::. UHK .::
University of Hong Kong

::. UIOWA .::
University of Iowa

::. ULB .::
Free University of Brussels

::. UM .::
University of Malta

::. UMD .::
University of Michigan-Dearborn

::. UNC .::
Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

::. UNCU .::
Universidad Nacional de Cuyo

::. UNED .::
Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia

::. UNIBO .::
Università di Bologna

::. UNIGE .::
Università degli Studi di Genova

::. UNILJ .::
University of Ljubljana

::. UNIMIB .::
University of Milano–Bicocca

::. UNIMOL .::
University of Molise

::. UNPA .::
Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral

::. UNSE .::
Universidad Nacional de Santiago del Estero

::. UofO .::
University of Ottawa

::. UOI .::
University of Ioannina

::. UPR .::
Universidad de Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico

::. US .::
Universidad de Sevilla

::. USC .::
University of Southern California

::. UTN .::
Universidad Tecnológica Nacional

::. UWI .::
University of the West Indies

::. VMMI .::
Virtual Maastricht McLuhan Institute
the Netherlands

::. WASEDA .::
Waseda University

::. WSU .::
Wayne State University







Introduction and Topics, Deadlines and Program Committee

1. Introduction and Topics

The modernization of the sciences and education is and will be one of the cornerstones for all the inhabitants of our planet. Those who from the 1980 have been behind this issue have been direct and indirect witnesses of great breakthroughs and some recoils. These ups and downs are due to exogenous or endogenous factors, to the daily reality of the formal and factual sciences. Many of those factors are beyond the control of all those scientists and professors, who, in a modest and honest way, collaborate in the development of the quality of life of all humankind.

An evolution or revolution which dilutes narrows the digital divide (i.e. between users with a paid access to non-original multimedia content through a set of ultra-modern mobile devices; and users with a free access to creative multimedia content through a set of the classical non-mobile devices) among the human beings whose theoretical and practical research focuses on the cornerstones of the current population pyramid, as well as for the future generations oriented at the use of the latest interactive technologies in the communicability and quantic-nanotechnological-self-sufficient era.

This is an era in which the universities, for example, have focused on accelerating the statistic numbers of degrees issued in relation to the registered students or the spot they take in the listing of the best colleges within and without their borders. In this regard there have been a myriad measurement tables with different qualitative parameters sometimes contradictory with each other if one considers the whole global village described by McLuhan. This phenomenon is an exported fashion to the most remote corners of the planet, where the educational and scientific priorities, obviously, are totally different from the wild quantification of knowledge.

If this tendency of scientific and educational knowledge is established, it is important to ask some rhetoric questions such as:

  • Why in many industrialized countries are there so many university professionals in view of the high unemployment rates in situ?
  • What is the financial cost for the original communities of turning their engineers, industrialists, mathematicians, etc., in teacher for interface design, human-computer interaction, cognitive science, tourism, journalism; or their graduates in audiovisual, architecture, computer programmer, physics, mathematics, to mention a few examples, in experts of invalidity or autism; or the graduates in fine arts, literature, etc., in pedagogues for robotics, electronics, medicine and marketing, among others?
  • How can it be achieved that the previous asymmetries and theoretical and practical detractions, whether it is in the training or workplace stage, not only do not have room, but are boosted in the new millennium, under the alleged supervision of the educational and scientific authorities?
  • Who really controls the trends in the market of supply and demand in the local and global education university?
  • Are there mechanisms to detect the creation of educational and scientific models alien to the reality in which the different nations are immersed?

This tiny set of questions, whether it is in a latent or manifest way, shows us the behaviour of millions of people daily. Questions that should be enlarged as we talk about the modernization of the sciences and education, as a kind of infinite semiosis, not only to grasp the current state, but also with a sight intent on the short, middle and long term for the scientific education of the future generations.

The current international conference is intended to be an open space for the interchange of original ideas, valid theories, innovating experiences, results obtained, learned lessons and future research works, in the educational, scientific and industrial field. The exchange of knowledge, training, research and development in this triad encounter the following main and secondary issues, which are listed as follows.

All contributions –papers, workshops, demos, research-in-progress, posters, doctoral consortium, etc., should be of high quality, originality, clarity, significance and impact. In the current international conference it is demonstrated how with a correct integration among professionals of formal and factual sciences interesting research lines in the following subjects and other main areas are solicited on, but not limited to (alphabetical order):

:: Modernization of the Sciences and Education

• Educational Research
• Engineering Education
• Epistemology
• Fields of Science Education
• Formal and Factual Sciences
• Human and Social Factors
• Informal Science Education
• New Challenges in Formal Education
• Scientific Method
• Scientific Modelling

:: Science of Information and Computer Information Systems

• e-Science
• Human-Computer Interaction: Past, Present and Future
• Information and Communication Technology
• Interactive Systems: Design, Communicability and Evaluation
• Knowledge Visualization
• Smart Environments
• Social Computing

:: People, Science and New Technology

• Cultural Systems, Employment and Human Integration
• Diffussion of Innovation
• History of Science
• Knowledge Transfer
• Open Science
• Research and Technological Development
• Science 2.0
• Scientific Publications

Many conferences are focussed on specific aspects of education, computer science, humanistics studies, multidisciplinary approaches, etc. At such large conferences students are often marginalized or relegated to poster sessions, for instance. The ALAIPO and AInCI conferences, workshops, symposiums, etc., are not a very big scale and aim to promote dialogue between established professors and graduate students working on new directions. Hence topics from the whole range of modernization of the sciences and education, research and development, knowledge transfer, computer information systems, new challenges in university/tertary education, human and social factors, democratization of the scientific information and the new technologies, original and creative contents for scientific learning, among others are welcomed. Last year’s symposiums, workshops, conferences, etc., organized by ALAIPO and AInCI, for instance, included papers on the topics. An extensive listing connotes and reflects the requirement and also skill necessary to find intersection zones of the disciplines among the different domains, fields, and specialities; which at the same time potentially boosts and merges the formerly different scientific views.

Finally, all submitted research works will be reviewed by a double-blind (at least three reviewers), non-blind, and participative peer review. These three kinds of review will support the selection process of those that will be accepted for their presentation at the international conference.  Authors of accepted research works who registered in the conference can have access to the evaluations and possible feedback provided by the reviewers who recommended the acceptance of their contributions, so they can accordingly improve the final version of their research works.

Best regards, 

Francisco V. Cipolla Ficarra (Chair - coordinator)
Doris Edison, Pamela Fulton and Valeria Villarreal (International Secretariat)

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2. The events have the following deadlines

Works Submissions: Closed. Consequently, as they are received, they will be evaluated. It is a way to speed up the process to make up the final program of the international conference. In other words, it is not necessary to wait until the deadline to send them for the evaluation process.

Deadline Short Works Submissions: Closed
Authors Notification:
Camera-ready, full papers: Closed  


3. Program Committee:

:: Francisco V. Cipolla Ficarra (chair - coordinator)

Demo Session, Poster Session, Workshop Session, Parallel Session, Research in Progress and Doctoral Consortium: Annamaria Poli. Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca (Italy), Daniela Tamburini. Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca (Italy), Diego González (IMM - National Research Council, Italy), Kaoru Sumi. Future University Hakodate (Japan), Wen-Yuan Jen. National United University (Taiwan), Roberto von Sprecher. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Argentina), and Miguel C. Ficarra. AInCI and ALAIPO.

Honorary Committee:

:: Alejandro Frangi. University of Sheffield (UK)
:: Constantine Stephanidis. University of Crete (Greece)
:: Franco Casali. University of Bologna (Italy)
:: Maria Carranza. University of Molise (Italy)
:: Pivovarova Liudmila. Moscow State University (Russia)

Scientific Committee:

:: Adriana Olleta. Universidad Nacional de Jujuy (Argentina)
:: Alan Radley. University College London (UK)
:: Alejandro Frangi. University of Sheffield (UK)
:: Alessandro Re. University of Turin and National Institute for Nuclear Physics (Italy)
:: Alicja Wieczorkowska. Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology (Poland)
:: Andreas Kratky. University of Southern California (USA)
:: Ana Pérez. Universidad de Sevilla (Spain)
:: Anna Parodi. Università degli Studi di Genova (Italy)
:: Annamaria Poli. Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca (Italy)
:: Aymen Elkhlifi. Paris Sorbonne University (France)
:: Bruno Cernuschi Frías. Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina)
:: Chia-Wen Tsai. Ming Chuan University (Taiwan)
:: Claudio Germak. Polytechnic University of Turin (Italy)
:: Constantine Stephanidis. University of Crete (Greece)
:: Daniela Tamburini. Sperimenta Centro Studi Cinema e Formazione di Milano (Italy)
:: Diego González. IMM - National Research Council (Italy)
:: Effie Le Moignan. University of Lincoln (UK)
:: Farshad Fotauhi. Wayne State University (USA)
:: Fiammetta Costa. Polytechnic University of Milan (Italy)
:: Franco Casali. Università di Bologna (Italy)
:: Gavriel Salvendy. Tsinghua University (China)
:: Georges Győry. Birkbeck University of London (UK)
:: Georgios Styliaras. University of Ioannina (Greece)
:: Gustavo Hirchoren. Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina)
:: Héctor Montes. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Argentina)
:: Hugo Scolnik. Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina)
:: Inmaculada Gordillo. Universidad de Sevilla (Spain)
:: José Hamkalo. University of Buenos Aires (Argentina)
:: Juan Silva Salmerón. University of Ottawa (Canada)
:: Jurek Kirakowski. University College Cork (Ireland)
:: Kaoru Sumi. Future University Hakodate (Japan)
:: Kim Veltman. Virtual Maastricht McLuhan Institute (The Netherlands)
:: Klementina Možina. University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
:: Koen van Turnhout. Hogeschool van Arnhem (The Netherlands)
:: Krzysztof Szklanny. Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology (Poland)
:: Lastenia Bonilla. Universidad de Costa Rica (Costa Rica)
:: Leda Digion. Universidad Nacional de Santiago del Estero (Argentina)
:: Ljubica Marjanoviè Umek. University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
:: Lorenzo García Aretio. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Spain)
:: Luca Giuliano. Polytechnic University of Turin (Italy)
:: Marc Dubois. Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium)
:: María Laura Carranza. Università degli Studi di Molise (Italy)
:: Maria Pia Morigi. Università di Bologna (Italy)
:: María Teresa Dalmasso. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Argentina)
:: Marilú Lebrón Vázquez. Universidad de Puerto Rico (Puerto Rico)
:: Marjolein Jacobs. Hogeschool van Arnhem (The Netherlands)
:: Miguel Cipolla Ficarra. Alaipo & Ainci (Italy & Spain)
:: Ming-Chien Hung. Nanhua University (Taiwan)
:: Mohamed Hamada. University of Aizu (Japan)
:: Pablo Marrero Negrón. Universidad de Puerto Rico (Puerto Rico)
:: Peter Stanchev. Kettering University (USA)
:: Philip Bonanno. University of Malta (Malta)
:: Pivovarova Liudmila. Moscow State University (Russia)
:: Raimonda Riccini. Università Iuav di Venezia (Italy)
:: Reiko Hishiyama. Waseda University (Japan)
:: Roberto von Sprecher. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Argentina)
:: Ruly Darmawan. Institute of Technology Bandung (Indonesia)
:: Sandra Casas. Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral (Argentina)
:: Stafford Griffith. University of the West Indies (Jamaica)
:: Stefano Albertini. New York University (USA)
:: Steve Anderson. University of Southern California (USA)
:: Tetsuo Tamai. University of Tokio (Japan)
:: Timothy Read. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Spain)
:: Urška Fekonja Peklaj. University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
:: Vasileios Paliktzoglou. University of Eastern Finland (Finland)
:: Vigneswara Ilavarasan. Indian Institute of Management Rohtak (India)
:: Wen-Yuan Jen. National United University (Taiwan)
:: William Grosky. University of Michigan-Dearborn (USA)
:: Yeonseung Ryu. Myongji University (South Korea)


1st International Conference on Evolution of the Sciences, Informatics, Human Integration and Scientific Education :: ESIHISE 2016 :: October, 11 and 12, 2016

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