Municipalità di Venezia Murano-Burano

Second International Conference on

Research and Development in Imaging, Nanotechnology,

Industrial Design and Robotics

( RDINIDR 2016 )

:: Venice Italy ::

October 10 11, 2016

 

AInCI: International Association of Interactive Communication

www.ainci.com
www.alaipo.com

ALAIPO: Latin Association of HCI

::. BBK .::
Birkbeck University of London
UK

::. FUN .::
Future University Hakodate
Japan

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

::. IIMROHTAK .::
Indian Institute of Management Rohtak
India

::. ITB .::
Institute of Technology Bandung
Indonesia

::. IUAV .::
University of Venice
Italy

::. KETTERING .::
Kettering University
USA

::. MCU .::
Ming Chuan University
Taiwan

::. MJU .::
Myongji University
South Korea

::. MSU .::
Moscow State University
Russia

::. NUU .::
National United University
Taiwan

::. NYU .::
New York University
USA

::. PURDUE .::
Purdue University
USA

::. SHEFFIELD .::
University of Sheffield
UK

::. SORBONNE .::
Paris Sorbonne University
France

::. TSINGHUA .::
Tsinghua University
China

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

::. UBA .::
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Argentina

::. UCC .::
University College Cork
Ireland

::. UCL .::
University College London
UK

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

::. UEF .::
University of Eastern Finland
Finland

::. UHK .::
University of Hong Kong
China

::. UIOWA .::
University of Iowa
USA

::. ULB .::
Free University of Brussels
Belgium

::. UM .::
University of Malta
Malta

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

::. UNC .::
Universidad Nacional de Córdoba
Argentina

::. UNCU .::
Universidad Nacional de Cuyo
Argentina

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

::. UNIBO .::
Università di Bologna
Italy

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

::. UNILJ .::
University of Ljubljana
Slovenia

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

::. UNIMOL .::
University of Molise
Italy

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

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

::. UofO .::
University of Ottawa
Canada

::. UOI .::
University of Ioannina
Greece

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

::. US .::
Universidad de Sevilla
Spain

::. USC .::
University of Southern California
USA

::. UTN .::
Universidad Tecnológica Nacional
Argentina

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

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

::. WASEDA .::
Waseda University
Japan

::. WSU .::
Wayne State University
USA

 

 

 


 

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Introduction and Topics, Deadlines and Program Committee

1. Introduction and Topics

In the last years, a myriad of notions stemming from the sciences have been used in an incorrect way for mercantilist purposes. We have an example in the wide context of the user experience design, human-robot interaction, human-computer interaction, human-computer communication, human-computer interfaces, etc. with the notion of interdisciplinarity when in fact there are cases in which we should speak of transdisciplinarity or multidisciplinarity. Evidently three notions which are not synonymous between themselves. However, where the economic factor prevails over the scientific knowledge, all of this is possible.

This vision and/or modus operandi which is lax, consents or tolerates a set of errors in the formal and factual sciences which may seriously affect the future of computer science, robotics, the interfaces and the users of the future interactive systems and the hardware. This is one of the reasons why we have decided to carry out this conference on a yearly basis. It is a meeting for the exchange of knowledge and experiences tending to draw reliable lines of research and of constant work for the immediate future, as well as in the mid and long term.

The changes in the economically developed societies, allow to see how at a vertiginous speed the sector of the latest technologies, particularly where computer science, electronics, mechanics and telecommunications converge, are generating new professions for the current and future workers of that working environment. Now that working place (r)evolution will entail that many professions in the sector of services of those new technologies are going to disappear. Others will go into a continuous process of transformation or metamorphosis.

This process will give rise to the need to count on new professionals for the following areas: drones which will work in the field of the audio-visual , safety, etc.; the computer, electronics and robotics experts for the creation and maintenance, whether of humanoid automats, and/or intelligent machinery; telemarketers online for long distance education or healthcare; analysts in communicability to determine the degree of reliability of the online information for the private corporations and industries, government bodies, etc.; designers, programmers and software implementers oriented at the Apps, tablets, smartphones, 3D printers, computer graphics, computer animation, etc. They are new professions, where the digital aspect of information will totally prevail over the analogue.

In the face of this new process of great current and coming changes, where will be produced not only unions and intersections of knowledge, to give rise to new areas of knowledge, it is necessary to reflect on the philosophy of science, computer science and all its derivations, artificial intelligence, robotics, software quality, communicability, avant-garde design, creativity, art, beauty, innovation in materials and nanotechnology, quantum computers, etc. Next are shown the main groups into which the acceptance of research works in their diverse formats is divided, without excluding other issues, which the authors will consider fit to introduce in the current conference.

All contributions –papers, workshops, demos, research-in-progress, posters and doctoral consortium, 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):

:: Imaging

• Computational Creativity
• Infographics
• Machine Vision
• Perceptual Psychology
• Stereo Imaging

:: Industrial Design

• 3D Printing
• Art Principles
• Computer Graphics
• Ergonomics
• Philosophy of the Design

:: Nanotechnology

• Green Nanotechnology
• Nanoelectronic Devices
• Nanomaterials
• Nanomedicine Applications
• Quantum Computing

:: Hardware and Computing Engineering

• Electrical Engineering and Hypermedia Mobile Systems
• Programming Languages and Components Innovative for Human Behavior in Robotics
• New Devices for Acquiring, Processing, Analyzing, and Understanding Images
• Supercomputing
• Testing High-performance Computing Applications

:: Research and Development

• Cloud Computing
• Human-Computer/Robotics Communicability
• Mechatronics
• Philosophy of Science
• Scientific Visualization

:: Robotics

• Education and Training in Autonomous Robotics
• Evolutionary and Simulator Robotics
• Human-Robot Interaction
• Open-Source Robotics
• Robots in Social Media

Many conferences are focussed on specific aspects of informatics, multimedia communication, education, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, etc., and bring together leading experts in a particular field or sometimes on a specific technology. 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 human-robot interaction, recent advances in software and hardware, industrial design, creativity, Sprout’s technology, research develpments in nanotechnology, etc. 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)
&
Pamela Fulton, Doris Edison and Luisa Varela (International Secretariat)


ALAIPO: Asociación Latina Interacción Persona-Ordenador –Latin Association of HCI (www.alaipo.com) and AINCI: Asociación Internacional de la Comunicación Interactiva –International Association of Interactive Communication (www.ainci.com). Address: Via Tabajani, S. 15 (7) - 24121 (Bergamo) Italy :: c/ Angel Baixeras, 5 - AP 1638 - 08080 (Barcelona), Spain. Email: info@alaipo.com :: info@ainci.com


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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 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:
Closed
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: Alan Radley. University College London (UK); Diego González (IMM - National Research Council, Italy); José Hamkalo. University of Buenos Aires (Argentina); Wen-Yuan Jen. National United University (Taiwan); Annamaria Poli. Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca (Italy), Fiammetta Costa. Polytechnic University of Milan (Italy), Ming-Chien Hung. Nanhua University (Taiwan), and Miguel C. Ficarra. AInCI and ALAIPO.

Honorary Committee:

:: Gavriel Salvendy. Purdue University (USA) and Tsinghua University (China)
:: Héctor Montes. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Argentina)
:: Kim H. Veltman. Virtual Maastricht McLuhan Institute (The Netherlands)
:: María Teresa Dalmasso. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Argentina)
:: William Grosky. University of Michigan-Dearborn (USA)

Scientific Committee:

:: 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)
:: 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)
:: Elena Durán. Universidad Nacional de Santiago del Estero (Argentina)
:: 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)
:: Graciela Vidal. Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral (Argentina)
:: 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)
:: Ljubica Marjanoviè Umek. University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
:: 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)
:: Mario Fidelibus. Universidad Tecnológica Nacional (Argentina)
:: Marjolein Jacobs. Hogeschool van Arnhem (The Netherlands)
:: Maximiliano Romero. Polytechnic University (Italy)
:: Miguel Cipolla Ficarra. Alaipo & Ainci (Italy & Spain)
:: Ming-Chien Hung. Nanhua University (Taiwan)
:: Mohamed Hamada. University of Aizu (Japan)
:: Nilda Pérez Otero. Universidad Nacional de Jujuy (Argentina)
:: 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)
:: Rosanna Costaguta. Universidad Nacional de Santiago del Estero (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)
:: 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)

2nd International Conference on Research and Development in Imaging, Nanotechnology, Industrial Design and Robotics :: RDINIDR 2016 :: October, 10 and 11, 2016

2nd International Conference on Research and Development in Imaging, Nanotechnology, Industrial Design and Robotics :: RDINIDR 2016 :: October, 10 and 11, 2016

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