International Workshop on Intelligent interfaces and Human factors in EXtended environments

Scope

eXtended Reality is becoming more and more widespread; going beyond entertainment and cultural heritage fruition purposes, these technologies offer new challenges and opportunities also in educational, industrial and healthcare domains.
The research community in this field deals with technological and human factors issues, presenting theoretical and methodological proposals for perception, tracking, interaction and visualization. An increasing attention is observed towards the use of machine learning and AI methodologies to perform data analysis and reasoning, manage a multimodal interaction, and ensure an adaptation to users’ needs and preferences.
The workshop is aimed at investigating new approaches for the design and implementation of intelligent eXtended Reality systems. It intends to provide a forum to share and discuss not only technological and design advances but also ethical concerns about the implications of these technologies on changing social interactions, information access and experiences.

Topics for the workshop include, but are not limited to:

  • Intelligent User Interfaces in eXtended environments
  • Computational Interaction for XR
  • Quality and User Experience in XR
  • Cognitive Models for XR
  • Semantic Computing in environments
  • XR-based serious games
  • Virtual Agents in eXtended environments
  • Adaptive Interfaces
  • Visual Reasoning
  • Content Modelling
  • Responsible Design of eXtended Environments
  • XR systems for Human Augmentation
  • AI methodologies applied to XR
  • ML approaches in XR
  • Ethical concerns in XR

Workshop Co-Chairs

Agnese Augello, Institute for high performance computing and networking, National Research Council, Italy
Giuseppe Caggianese, Institute for high performance computing and networking, National Research Council, Italy
Boriana Koleva, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

Program Committee

Agnese Augello, Institute for high performance computing and networking, National Research Council, Italy

  • Giuseppe Caggianese, Institute for high performance computing and networking, National Research Council, Italy
  • Giuseppe Chiazzese, Institute for Educational Technology, National Research Council, Italy
  • Dimitri Darzentas, Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland
  • Martin Flintham, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
  • Ignazio Infantino, Institute for high performance computing and networking, National Research Council, Italy
  • Boriana Koleva, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
  • Emel Küpçü, Xtinge Technology Inc., Turkey
  • Effie Lai-Chong Law, University of Leicester, United Kingdom
  • Pietro Neroni, Institute for high performance computing and networking, National Research Council, Italy

Contact

agnese.augello@icar.cnr.it
giuseppe.caggianese@icar.cnr.it
B.Koleva@nottingham.ac.uk