Poster Session

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In the poster session of womENcourage 2015, we welcome posters from all fields in Computer Science. They may present work in progress as well as more mature work. There will be two poster categories, one for undergraduate students and one for graduate (MSc and PhD) students. All submission will be peer reviewed by our international reviewer team and the program committee. Selection of posters will be based on originality and quality of work. The posters session will allow all attendees to ask questions to the authors regarding their work.

Important Dates

25 March 2015
5 Apr 2015
poster abstracts due
15 May 2015 notification of accepted posters
15 July 2015 final poster abstracts due due
4 September 2015 poster pdf due

Accepted Posters

  • Yaping Luo and Mark Van Den Brand. Generating Domain-Specific Languages for Safety Assurance
  • Alexandra Cristina Patrascu and George Eleftherakis. Perceptions among High School Students towards a Career in Computing
  • Anja Perlich, Julia von Thienen and Christoph Meinel. Tele-Board MED – Interactive Medical Documentation
  • Larissa Suzuki, Anthony Finkelstein and David Gann. The design of a linked data platform ecosystem for the realization of smart and sustainable cities
  • Johanna Schacht, Margeret Hall and Martin Chorley. Tweet if you will – the real question is, who do you influence?
  • Jenny Lundberg. Health in Hand - Indo-Swedish R&D collaboration around innovative mobile technologies for health promotion and disease prevention
  • Ella Peltonen. Iterative Data Analysis for Sensing Applications
  • Didem Gürdür. Data Integration Module for OSLC Adapters
  • Alma Castillo Antolin. Intuitive Interface for Rule Visualization and Generation
  • Mélanie Lelaure. Automatic energy monitoring and recharging of an autonomous assistive robot in a smart apartment
  • Clara Bonillo Fernández. Design of tangible tabletop activities to improve cognitive functions
  • Anastasia Tugaenko and Nikolay Pakulin. Automated Requirements Transfer between Versions of International Standards
  • Júlia Kucerová. Salient regions determination and its applications
  • Ayse Saliha Sunar, Nor Aniza Abdullah, Su White and Hugh C Davis. Analysis of Social Learning Networks on Twitter for Supporting MOOCs Education
  • Osediamen Osoba. The innovative use of knowledge management tools and techniques across states in Nigeria
  • Dorota Glowacka and Kumaripaba Athukorala. SciNet: A System for Browsing Scientific Literature through Keyword Manipulation
  • Agnes Salanki. Combining Algorithmic and Visual Methods for Outlier Detection Performed by Domain Experts
  • Cornelia Secelean. DopplerGR
  • Niki Nikolakakou. Nowcasting Policy Indices with Information Markets and Belief Networks
  • Tânia Marques and Michael Rovatsos. Domain-Independent Communicative Agents
  • Susan M. Ferreira, Sergio Sayago and Josep Blat. Exploring Older People interactions with Online Video Portals in Different Cultural Backgrounds
  • Mariana Bustamante, Tino Ebbers, Carl-Johan Carlhäll, Petter Dyverfeldt, Sven Petersson and Jonatan Eriksson. Automatic Analysis of 4D Flow Magnetic Resonance Images of the Cardiovascular System: Atlas-based Vessel Segmentation
  • Adriana Wilde. Student smartphones: tools or barriers? -- Attitudes amongst students in Higher Education in Chile and the UK
  • Liana Marinescu. All About That Bayes – Risk-Sensitive Automated Planning
  • Cristina Montañola-Sales and Josep Casanovas-Garcia. Approaching parallel computing to the social sciences: simulating population dynamics
  • Maria Predari and Aurelien Esnard. New graph partitioning techniques for load balancing of coupled simulations
  • Mikael Asplund, Inger Erlander Klein, Simin Nadjm-Tehrani and Tea Nygren. Increasing Women’s Participation in Computing by Increasing Relevance
  • Tania Richmond, Pierre-Louis Cayrel and Viktor Fischer. Code-Based Cryptography: A way to secure communications
  • Julie Ducasse, Marc Macé and Christophe Jouffrais. Annotation of an interative tactile map for visually impaired people
  • Miriam García Soto. Algorithmic verification of stability of cyber-physical systems
  • Dorota Filipczuk. Probabilistic topic modelling and implications of knowledge acquisition for privacy on social friendship networks
  • Ke-Chen Pong, Chi-An Wang and Shuo-Hsiu Hsu. FunIM: Chatting on the Side of Emotion
  • Nataliia Stulova, Jose F. Morales and Manuel V. Hermenegildo. Runtime Verification Challenges in (Constraint) Logic Programming
  • Eugene Panferov. A Next-Generation Data Language Proposal
  • Olivia Ojuroye and Adriana Wilde. SIRI on your wrist: Making your home smart
  • Poonam Yadav, Mariam Kiran, Amel Bennaceur, Lilia Georgieva, Maria Salama and Amparo Eliza Cano. Impact of Gender Diversity and Equality Initiatives
  • Farideh Jalalinajafabadi. Computerised Measurement of Voice Abnormality
  • Maria Astefanoaei, Panagiota Katsikouli and Rik Sarkar. Methods for Testing the Intrinsic Linearity of Paths in Network Metric Spaces
  • Buket Yüksel, Alptekin Küpçü and Öznur Özkasap. Privacy and Security of Electronic Health Record Systems

Program Committee

  • Clara Benac Earle, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
  • Amel Bennaceur, The Open University
  • Eva Cerezo, Universidad de Zaragoza
  • Maria Villarroya-Gaudo, Universidad de Zaragoza
  • Laura M. Castro, University of A Coruña
  • Raquel Trillo Lado, University of Zaragoza
  • Mayte Lozano, Centro Universitario de la Defensa, Universidad de Zaragoza
  • Luna Backes-Drault, Barcelona Supercomputing Center
  • Barbara Gallina, Mälardalen University
  • Bilha Mendelson, Optitura
  • Veronica Sundstedt, Blekinge Institute of Technology
  • Romina Spalazzese, Malmö University
  • Isabelle Hupont, Instituto Tecnologico de Aragon
  • Susana Muñoz Hernández, Technical University of Madrid
  • Leire Etxeberria, Mondragon Uniberstitatea
  • Moyen Mohammad Mustaquim, Uppsala University
  • Marija Milojevic-Jevric, Trinity College Dublin
  • Daniele Venzano, Eurecom
  • Inmaculada Rodriguez Santiago, Universidad de Barcelona
  • Ghita Jalal, Supelec
  • Dagmar Monett-Diaz, Berlin School of Economics and Law
  • Estefania Miguel, UQBAR
  • Marisa Gil, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya
  • Carla Griggio, Inria
  • Federico Ciccozzi, Mälardalen University
  • Liana Marinescu, King's College London
  • Gayna Williams, If She Can I Can
  • Mariam Hassib, Institute of Visualization and Interactive Systems (VIS)

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