NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical Engineering > Department of Computer and Information Science > DT8108

Schedule

Time

Work

08:30-09:15

Preparations and registration

09:15-10:00

Keynote speeches

10:00-10:10

Break time

10:10-11:40

Conference time:

GROUP/session 1 (Informatics applied in health and medical applications) - 4 presenters

11:40-11:50

Break time

11:50- 13:00

Conference time:

GROUP/session 2 (E-learning, Mobile learning,

Web services) - 3 presenters

13:00-14:00

Lunch time

14:00-15:50

Conference time:

GROUP/session 3 (Information management, information retrieval, information system) - 5 presenters

15:50-16:00

Break time

16:00-16:40

Conference time:

GROUP/session 4 (HCI) - 2 presenters

16:40-18:00

Finish conference and re-arrangement

Sessions

Session

Session Chair

Author

Paper

Informatics applied in health and medical applications

Vigdis Heimly

Ole Andreas Alsos

Attention and usability issues in mobile health information systems at point-of-care



Vigdis Heimly

What are the socio-technical obstacles and enablers for high volume use of electronic



Phuong Trinh Pham Ngoc

Medical Image Sequences: Control Structure and the Link to Visualization



Lester Solbakken

Overdevelop and prune: a developmental process for self-organizing spiking neural

Information management, information retrieval, information system

Geir Solskinnsbakk

Feng Luan

Records Transitions Survival - When Used over Several Decades



Geir Solskinnsbakk

Contextualized Semantic Search



Gustav Aagesen

Multi-channel provisioning of public services - Planned research



Nattiya Kanhabua

Using Temporal Information in Improving Search Quality



Jianqiang Ma

Preservation of Trust and Security in Long-Term Record Management

E-learning, Mobile learning, Web services

Basit Ahmed


Basit Ahmed


A Framework: Service Based Approach for E-Learning System



Ilaria Canova Calori

Supporting collaborative learning in a city-wide context



Mikhail Fominykh

Social software approach in 3D creative virtual workshop supporting collaborative learning

HCI


Tor Erlend

Rune Havnung Bakken

Real time markerless motion capture and visualisation of human movement



Tor Erlend Fægri

Exploratory knowledge creation in agile software development projects