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

09.00

Registration

09.30

Welcome speech

09.50 Games

10.50

Break

11.00

Keynote speech by Gaute T. Einevoll

12.00

Lunch

13.00

Data management

Health informatics

13.40

E-learning
14.20 Break

14.30

AI and computer architecture

Software engineering and development processes
15.30

Finish conference and re-arrangement

Sessions

Session

Session Chair

Speaker

Title

Games

Knut Arne Strand

Hong Guo

TMPS: A Conceptual Framework of Pervasive and Social Games


  Bian Wu Lecture Games: Game Methodology Used in Higher Education


  Meng Zhu Graph of Virtual World: A Perspective To Video Game
Keynote speech Mujahed Eleyat Gaute T. Einevoll Mathematical modelling of the brain

Data management

Shengtong Zhong Simon Jonassen Scalable Search Platform
    Robert Neumayer Feature Selection in Distributed Text Mining

 

  Joao B. Rocha-Junior Achieving Comprehensive Results in Highly Distributed Data Management Systems


  Naimdjon Takhirov Semantic interoperability using core ontologies

Health informatics

Meng Zhu Gro Alice Hamre Flexibility in integration processes in health care across organizational and professional boundaries
    Ero Karlsen Computer Mediated Communication in Health care
E-learning Stig Ole Johnsen Mamdouh Eljueidi Towards a User-led Experience in Mobile Learning
    Knut Arne Strand Concurrent Instructional Engineering

AI and computer architecture

Naimdjon Takhirov Konstantinos Antonakopoulos Possibilities and Constraints of Basic Computational Units in Developmental Systems


  Mujahed Eleyat Parallel Linear Programming on the Cell Processor

 

  Shengtong Zhong Anomaly detection and prediction in dynamic systems
Software engineering and development processes Mamdouh Eljueidi Borge Haugset An empirical investigation on the use of customer requirements in agile software development
    Stig Ole Johnsen Safety Assessment and Improvement of SCADA/ICT Systems using Action Research
    Leendert Wienhofen Software Architectures applied in eHealth