8th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare

May 20–23, 2014
Oldenburg, Germany

Tuesday May 20, 2014: Workshops

8:30 Registration and coffee

9:00 Workshops

10:30 Coffee Break

11:00 Workshops (continued)

13:00 Lunch Break

14:30 Workshops (continued)

16:00 Coffee Break

16:30 Workshops (continued)

18:00 End of Program

Wednesday May 21, 2014

8:30 Registration and coffee

9:30 Opening of conference, Introduction and Welcome

9:45 Keynote

10:45 Coffee Break

11:30 Session 1: Self management and pervasive health

Session Chair: Stefan Wagner, Aarhus University, Denmark

Learning healthy habits with a mobile self-intervention

Janne Vainiom, Tampere University of Technology, Ilkka Korhonen, Tampere University of Technology, Kirsikka Kaipainen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Outi Kenttä, Tampere University of Technology, Joona Järvinen, Tampere University of Technology

Designing a Wellness Self-Management Tool for Older Adults – Results from a Field Trial of Your Wellness

Julie Doyle, CASALA, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Lorcan Walsh, CASALA, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Antonella Sassu, CASALA, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Teresa McDonagh, CASALA, Dundalk Institute of Technology

Designing Wearable Interfaces for Knee Rehabilitation

Swamy Ananthanarayan, University of Colorado Boulder, Miranda Sheh, University of Colorado Boulder, Alice Chien, University of Colorado Boulder, Halley Profita, University of Colorado Boulder, Katie A. Siek, Indiana University Bloomington

13:00 Lunch Break

14:30 Session 2: Sensors for pervasive health

Session Chair: Oscar Mayora, CREATE-NET, Italy

Automated Detection of Puffing and Smoking with Wrist Accelerometers

Qu Tang, Northeastern University, Damon Vidrine, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Eric Crowder, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Stephen Intille, Northeastern University

Is "Frequency Distribution" Enough to Detect Tremor in PD Patients Using a Wrist Worn Accelerometer?

Claas Ahlrichs, Albert Samà, Technical Research Centre for Dependency Care and Autonomous Living (CETpD)

Energy Harvesting from the Human Leg Motion

Nathalie Yarkony, Food and Drug Administration, Kamran Sayrafian, NIST, Antonio Possolo, NIST

16:00 Coffee Break

16:30 Short Paper Presentations

AAL-Technology Acceptance through Experience (Alina Huldtgren, Gabriela Ascencio, Anna Pohlmeyer, Natalia Romero Herrera)

Automatic Recognition of Fear-Avoidance behavior in Chronic Pain Physical Rehabilitation (Min Aung, Amanda Williams, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze)

CogniNav Explorer: An Orientation Aid for People with Mild Cognitive Impairments (Benjamin Poppinga, Wilko Heuten, Susanne Boll)

Data-Dependent Controller Synthesis to Enable Reliable and Safe Interoperability of Medical Devices (Franziska Bathelt-Tok, Sabine Glesner, Oliver Blankenstein)

Does external environment affect stride length? (Matthew Patterson, Darragh Whelan, Niamh Caprani, Alan Smeaton, Brian Caulfield)

Emergency App for People with Hearing and Speech Disabilities: Design, Implementation and Evaluation according to Legal Requirements in Germany (Jens Weppner, Paul Lukowicz)

Investigating issues related to pediatric diabetes education: problems and barriers (Damyanka Tsvyatkova, Cristiano Storni)

Performance Evaluation of Decision Tree Classifiers for the Prediction of Response to treatment of Hepatitis C Patients (AbuBakr Awad, Awad Tahany, Naglaa Zayed, Sherif Mousa, Mahasen Mabrouk, Mohamed Saeed)

Pervasive Eating Habits Monitoring and Recognition through Wearable Acoustic Sensors (Yin Bi, Northeastern University, Wenyao Xu, Nan Guan, Yangjie Wei, Wang Yi)

Towards Accurate Non-Intrusive Recollection of Stress Levels Using Mobile Sensing and Contextual Recall (Tauhidur Rahman, Mi Zhang, Stephen Voida)

"Medical Perspectives" eLabEL: Living labs for implementing and evaluating integrated technology in primary care (Lex van Velsen, Wendy Oude Nijeweme d'Hollosy, Hermie Hermens)

17:30 Poster and Demo Session and Welcome Reception, by kind invitation of CEWE Color

ASSESS MS: detecting MS progression with computer vision (Cecily Morrison, Robert Corish, Abigail Sellen)

Common Ambient Assisted Living Home Platform for Seamless Care (Stefan Wagner)

HeartBeat Demonstrator: Tactile Support for Keeping a Target Heart Rate (Janko Timmermann, Benjamin Poppinga, Wilko Heuten, Susanne Boll)

OCareClouds: improving home care by interconnecting elderly, care networks and their living environments (Floris Van den Abeele, Jeroen Hoebeke, Femke De Backere, Femke Ongenae, Pieter Bonte, Stijn Verstichel, Tommy Carlier, Pieter Crombez, Kevin De Gryse, Stefan Danschotter, Ingrid Moerman, Filip De Turck)

WaterJewel: Be Aware of Your Daily Servings of Water With an LED-illuminated Bracelet (Jutta Fortmann, Vanessa Cobus, Susanne Boll, Wilko Heuten)

19:00 End of Program

Thursday May 22, 2014

8:30 Registration and coffee

9:00 Introduction and announcements

9:15 Session 3: Health information seeking

Session Chair: Matthew Lee, Philips Research, USA

Is it a Question of Trust? How Search Preferences Influence Forum Use

Jamie Crawford, Carnegie Mellon University, Cheng Guo, Carnegie Mellon University, Jessica Schroeder, Pomona College, Rosa Arriaga, Georgia Institute of Technology, Jennifer Mankoff, Carnegie Mellon University

Gauging the Patient-Centered Potential of Online Health Seeking

Matthew Bonner, Georgia Institute of Technology, Elizabeth D. Mynatt, Georgia Institute of Technology

Patient-Centered Tools for Medication Information Search

Lauren Wilcox, Georgia Institute of Technology, Steven Feiner, Columbia University, Noemie Elhadad, Columbia University, David Vawdrey, Columbia University

10:45 Coffee Break

11:30 Session 4: Designing software for pervasive health

Session Chair: Lauren Wilcox, Columbia University

User-driven software design for an elderly care service robot

Norman Hendrich, University of Hamburg, Informatics, Hannes Bistry, University of Hamburg, Informatics, Benjamin Adler, University of Hamburg, Informatics, Jianwei Zhang, University of Hamburg, Informatics

A Lightweight High Capacity ECG Watermark with Protection against Data Loss

Arezou Soltani panah, RMIT University, Ron van Schyndel, RMIT University

A Biomechanical Analysis System of Posture

Alberto Bucciero, Italian National Research Council (CNR), Stefano Santo Sabato, Mediasoft s.r.l., Marco Zappatore, University of Salento

13:00 Lunch Break

14:30 Session 5: User needs for pervasive health applications in the field

Session Chair: Katie A. Siek, Indiana University Bloomington, USA

Findings of Mobile based Palliative Care System: Towards a Generic Framework for Measuring QoL

Md Haque, UAB, Md Adibuzzaman, Marquette University, Md Uddin, Marquette University, Ferdaus Kawser, Marquette University, Sheikh Ahamed, Marquette University, Richard Love, IBCRF, Rumana Dowla, Amader Gram, Reza Salim, Amader Gram, Tahmina Ferdousy, Amader Gram

Virtual Assistive Companion for Older Adults: Field Study and Design Implications

Christiana Tsiourti, University of Geneva, Cindy Wings-Kolgen, Orbis Medical and Healthcare group, Emilie Joly, University of Geneva, Katarzyna Wac, University of Geneva

In Situ Cues for ADHD Parenting Strategies Using Mobile Technology

Laura Pina, University of California at San Diego, Kael Rowan, Microsoft Research, Redmond WA, Asta Roseway, Microsoft Research, Redmond WA, Paul Johns, Microsoft Research, Redmond WA, Gillian Hayes, University of California at Irvine, Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research, Redmond WA

16:00 Coffee Break

16:30 Session 6: Processes for pervasive health

Session Chair: Katarzyna Wac, University of Genera, Switzerland

RapidRead: Step-At-A-Glance Crisis Checklists

Jesse Cirimele, Stanford University, Leslie Wu, Stanford University, Kristen Leach, Stanford University, Larry Chu, Stanford Medical School, Kyle Harrison, Stanford Medical School, Stuart Card, Stanford University, Scott Klemmer, University of California, San Diego

Designing for Collaborative Reflection

Gabriela Marcu, Carnegie Mellon University, Anind K. Dey, Carnegie Mellon University, Sara Kiesler, Carnegie Mellon University

17:30 End of Program

18:00 Optional: Guided city tour

19:30 Gala Dinner

Friday May 23, 2014

8:30 Registration and coffee

9:00 Introduction and announcements

9:15 Keynote

10:15 Coffee Break

11:00 Session 7: Stress and adverse environments

Session Chair: Pedja Klasnja, University of Michigan, USA

PopTherapy: Coping with Stress through Pop-Culture

Pablo Paredes, University of California - Berkeley, Ran Gilad-Bachrach, Microsoft Research, Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research, Asta Roseway, Microsoft Research, Kael Rowan, Microsoft Research, Javier Hernandez-Rivera, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Towards Personal Stress Informatics: Comparing Minimally Invasive Techniques for Measuring Daily Stress in the Wild

Phil Adams, Department of Information Science, Cornell University, Mashfiqui Rabbi, Department of Information Science, Cornell University, Tauhidur Rahman, Department of Information Science, Cornell University, Mark Matthews, Department of Information Science, Cornell University, Amy Voida, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University, IUPUI, Geri Gay, Communication Department, Cornell University, Tanzeem Choudhury, Department of Information Science, Cornell University, Stephen Voida, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University

Evaluating Auditory Contexts and Their Impacts on Hearing Aid Outcomes with Mobile Phones

Octav Chipara, Syed Shabih Hasan, University of Iowa, Yu-Hsiang Wu, University of Iowa, Nazan Aksan, University of Iowa

12:30 Closing notes

12:45 Lunch

14:00 optional: Lab visits, excursions To be announced