The Call for Papers and Demos can be downloaded here.

Call for Papers and Demos

exp.at’19 is the 5th event of the conference series exp.at’xx. The conference will be held at the University of Madeira (Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal) on June 12-14, 2019, and it is a joint organization of University of Porto and University of Coimbra with the collaboration of University of Madeira. The conference will feature the technical support of IEEE (IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and IEEE Education Society) and the Portuguese Engineers Association.

exp.at’19 will run for four days, from June 11 to 14 (three days Conference plus pre-conference day), providing a forum of discussion and collaboration between academics, researchers and industry and medicine professionals, trying to bridge the gap between academic applications and the real world needs and experiences. It offers to the participants the opportunity to present their recent work in the main conference sessions and in thematic Special Tracks, and to take part in technical sessions, workshops, exhibition sessions (Demos’19), discussion tables and thematic visits in the beautiful Island of Madeira.

• Online Experimentation
• Remote & Virtual Labs
• Remote sensing, sensor networks and Internet of Everything
• Remote Monitoring
• Augmented Reality
• Virtual Reality
• Haptic Interfaces & sensorial devices
• Mobile sensing
• Gamification & Serious Games
• Intelligent Learning Systems
• Smart University and Smart 
Education
• Collaborative Tools
• Geoinformatics & Hydroinformatics
• Monitoring marine life
• Monitoring oceans and coasts
• Smart Cities and Smart Societies
• Smart Home and Community
• Environment and Urban Monitoring
• Smart Sensor Technology and 
Measurement Systems
• Online health training systems
• Devices for online rehabilitation
• Telemedicine
• Internet of Healthcare Things (IoHT)

Submission of full papers (4-6 pages)
February 1, 2019

Submission of demos (Demos’17 Session)
February 1, 2019

Notification of acceptance
March 15, 2019

Camera-ready due
April 15, 2019

Early Author registration
April 15, 2019

Pre-conference Activities
June 11, 2019

Conference dates
June 12-14, 2019

Social Activities
June 15, 2019

The official language of the Conference is English. The articles and extended abstracts (demos) will be under double blind peer review process. Accepted papers and demos will be published in electronic format and will be submitted for acceptance into the IEEE Xplore® paper database. IEEE Xplore® will index accepted papers and demos meeting IEEE requirements of content and format. A number of selected, high-quality, papers will be invited for publication in international journals.

Articles (full papers with 4-6 pages) and extended abstracts (demos with 2 pages) submitted to exp.at’19 will follow the EasyChair platform.

Alberto Cardoso
University of Coimbra, PT

Maria Teresa Restivo
University of Porto, PT

Dragan Šešlija
University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Karolina Baras
University of Madeira, Portugal

Manuel Castro
UNED, Spain

Paulo Menezes
University of Coimbra, Portugal

Andreas Pester
Carinthia University, Austria

Horácio Fernandes
University of Lisbon, Portugal

Leonel Nóbrega
University of Madeira, Portugal

Luis de La Torre
UNED, Spain

The Call for Papers for ST OEEE’19 can be downloaded here.

Call for Papers for the exp.at’19 Special Track OEEE’19
“Online Experimentation in Science and Engineering Education”

exp.at’19 is the 5th event of the conference series exp.at’xx. The conference will be held at the University of Madeira (Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal) on June 12-14, 2019, and it is a joint organization of University of Porto and University of Coimbra with the collaboration of University of Madeira. The conference will feature the technical support of IEEE (IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and IEEE Education Society) and the Portuguese Engineers Association.

OEEE’19, the Special Track “Online Experimentation in Science and Engineering Education” within exp.at’19, will focus on the pedagogical usage scenarios of online experimentation, i.e. their use and usefulness – how can technology help to solve pedagogical problems in experimental frameworks?

• Learning Objectives, Activities, and Assessments for Experimental Work
• Studies of effectiveness of different kinds of labs
• Technological answers to pedagogical questions
• Laboratory Experiences in and students’ opinions about Remote, Virtual, On-Site, Augmented, and Hybrid Laboratories
• Developing Knowledge, Skills and Competencies in Engineering Laboratories
• Command of technology as learning objective for preparing students for future challenges
• Integrating Novel Modes and pedagogical Topics into Lab Work (e.g. Inverted Classroom, Problem-Based Learning, Employability, Sustainability, Creativity, Responsibility, Social Inclusion, etc.)
• Future Capabilities and Constraints of Labs in Engineering Education

Submission of full papers (4-6 pages)
February 1, 2019

Notification of acceptance
March 15, 2019

Camera-ready due
April 15, 2019

Early Author registration
April 15, 2019

Pre-conference Activities
June 11, 2019

Conference dates
June 12-14, 2019

Social Activities
June 15, 2019

The official language of the Conference is English. The articles will be under double blind peer review process. Accepted papers will be published in electronic format and will be submitted for acceptance into the IEEE Xplore® paper database. IEEE Xplore® will index accepted papers meeting IEEE requirements of content and format. A number of selected, high-quality, papers will be invited for publication in international journals.

Articles (full papers with 4-6 pages) submitted to exp.at’19 will follow the EasyChair platform.

• Complies with call for papers
• Clarity of description of the scenario
• Comprehensibility of the pedagogical reflection of choice and use of technology
• Quality of evaluation of pedagogical scenario
• Scientific quality

Alberto Cardoso
University of Coimbra, PT

Maria Teresa Restivo
University of Porto, PT

Claudius Terkowsky
TU Dortmund University, DE

David Boehringer
University of Stuttgart, DE

Diana Urbano
University of Porto, PT

> Andrea Schwandt, DE
> Anja Richert, DE
> Arthur Cropley, AU
> Axel Boettcher, DE
> Bárbara Rangel, PT
> Carlos Felgueiras, PT
> Clara Viegas, PT
> Daniel Pittich, DE
> David Cropley, AU
> David Lowe, AU
> Dominik May, USA
> Erman Tekkaya, DE
> Fátima Chouzal, PT
> Franz Schauer, CZ
> Gustavo R. Alves, PT
> Hamadou Saliah-Hassane, CA
> Heinz-Dietrich Wuttke, DE
> Janusz Zalewski, USA
> Javier Garcia-Zubia, ES
> Joshua Grodotzki, DE
> Judyta Franuszkiewicz, DE
> Katharina Zilles, DE
> Kristian Nilsson, SE
> Maggi Savin-Baden, UK
> Marco Winzker, DE
> María Isabel Pozzo, AR
> Ronny Hartando, DE
> Silke Frye, DE
> Tobias Haertel, DE
> Tobias Ortelt, DE
> Valerie Stehling, DE
> Veronika Thurner, DE
> Willian Rochadel, BR

The Call for Papers for ST ORBE’19 can be downloaded here.

Call for Papers for the ORBE’19 Special Track within exp.at’19
“Online Resources in Biomedical Engineering”

exp.at’19 is the 5th event of the conference series exp.at’xx. The conference will be held at the University of Madeira (Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal) on June 12-14, 2019, and it is a joint organization of University of Porto and University of Coimbra with the collaboration of University of Madeira. The conference will feature the technical support of IEEE (IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and IEEE Education Society) and the Portuguese Engineers Association.

ORBE’19, the Special Track “Online Resources in Biomedical Engineering” within exp.at’19, aims to put together researchers from all around world to share their expertise and do a real exchange of ideas connected with the implementation of current and future technologies in eHealth and Biomedical Engineering using online resources.

• New biomedical engineering technologies in eHealth
• IoT in Biomedical applications
• Security of Biomedical technologies for eHealth
• New trends in Biomedical education using online resources
• Remote and Virtual laboratory technologies
• eHealth technologies and services
• Melo and Color therapy

Submission of full papers (4-6 pages)
February 1, 2019

Submission of demos (Demos’19 Session)
February 1, 2019

Notification of acceptance
March 15, 2019

Camera-ready due
April 15, 2019

Early Author registration
April 15, 2019

Pre-conference Activities
June 11, 2019

Conference dates
June 12-14, 2019

Social Activities
June 15, 2019

The official language of the Conference is English. The articles and extended abstracts (demos) will be under double blind peer review process. Accepted papers and demos will be published in electronic format and will be submitted for acceptance into the IEEE Xplore® paper database. IEEE Xplore® will index accepted papers and demos meeting IEEE requirements of content and format. A number of selected, high-quality, papers will be invited for publication in international journals.

Articles (full papers with 4-6 pages) submitted to exp.at’19 will follow the EasyChair platform.

Alberto Cardoso
University of Coimbra, PT

Maria Teresa Restivo
University of Porto, PT

Doru Ursutiu
University “TRANSILVANIA” of Brasov, RO

Mohamad Jaam Jihad
University of Qatar, QA

Alin Tisan
Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom

César Teixeira
University of Coimbra, PT

Fulvia Constantin
Transylvania University of Brasov, Romania

Garcia Dominguez Juan Jesús
Universidad de Alcalá, ES

Jorge Henriques
University of Coimbra, PT

Kang-Ping Lin
Ph.D. Secretary General, IFMBE, TW

Laura Dogariu
Speckodyne Corp., US

Maria Graça Ruano
University of Algarve, PT

Mihaela Badea
Faculty of Medicine Transilvania University, RO

Paulo Carvalho
University of Coimbra, PT

Paulo Abreu
Universidade do Porto, PT

Stela Dragulin
Transylvania University of Brasov, Romania

The Call for Papers for ST MLAiE’19 can be downloaded here.

Call for Papers for the exp.at’19 Special Track MLAiE’19
“Machine learning applications in engineering – trends and best practice”

exp.at’19 is the 5th event of the conference series exp.at’xx. The conference will be held at the University of Madeira (Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal) on June 12-14, 2019. It is a joint organization of University of Porto and University of Coimbra with the collaboration of University of Madeira. The conference will feature the technical support of IEEE (IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and IEEE Education Society) and the Portuguese Engineers Association.

MLAiE’19 within exp.at’19 aims to illustrate the impact of machine learning methods on engineering and experimental sciences, and to identify future trends of machine learning applications in these areas. Submissions with illustrations of real world applications and examples of good practice are welcome as well as theoretical or experimental comparisons to traditional methods of mathematical modeling used in these areas.

• Deep Learning and image processing
• Machine learning and control systems
• Machine learning in health engineering
• Machine learning and prediction of source use (electricity, water etc.)
• Smart Sensor Systems
• Machine learning methods for edge computing
• Statistical learning
Classical methods of machine learning (k-nearest, svm, decision trees etc.)
• Artificial neural networks
• Convolutional neural networks
• Generative neural networks
• LSTM / GRU and other recurrent models
• Reinforcement Learning
• Parallel and distributed learning
• Data Acquisition methods
• Data Augmentation
• Model deployment
• Data labeling
• Label assessment
• Models for unbalanced data
• Hardware acceleration for machine learning
• Performance assessment
• Visualization
• Machine learning education

Submission of full papers (4-6 pages)
February 1, 2019

Notification of acceptance
March 15, 2019

Camera-ready due
April 15, 2019

Early Author registration
April 15, 2019

Pre-conference Activities
June 11, 2019

Conference dates
June 12-14, 2019

Social Activities
June 15, 2019

The official language of the Conference is English. The articles and extended abstracts (demos) will be under double blind peer review process. Accepted papers and demos will be published in electronic format and will be submitted for acceptance into the IEEE Xplore® paper database. IEEE Xplore® will index accepted papers and demos meeting IEEE requirements of content and format. A number of selected, high-quality, papers will be invited for publication in international journals.

Articles (full papers with 4-6 pages) submitted to exp.at’19 will follow the EasyChair platform.

Alberto Cardoso
University of Coimbra, PT

Maria Teresa Restivo
University of Porto, PT

Andreas Pester
Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, AT

James Wolfer
Indiana University South Bend, USA

Jan Steinbrener
CTR Carinthian Tech Research AG, AT

> Andreas Pester, AT
> Andreja Rojko, AT
> Daniel Rodrigues, PT
> G Thomas Klinger, AT
> James Wolfer, US
> Jan Steinbrener, AT
> Jürgen Pilz, AT
> Manuel Romano Barbosa, PT
> Olga Maksimenko, RF
> Thomas Klinger, AT
> Vasil Alexandrov, ES

The Call for Papers for ST STIMHA’19 can be downloaded here.

Call for Papers for the exp.at’19 Special Track STIMHA’19
“Smart Technologies and Interactive Media for Health Applications”

exp.at’19 is the 5th event of the conference series exp.at’xx. The conference will be held at the University of Madeira (Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal) on June 12-14, 2019, and it is a joint organization of University of Porto and University of Coimbra with the collaboration of University of Madeira. The conference will feature the technical support of IEEE (IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and IEEE Education Society) and the Portuguese Engineers Association.

STIMHA’19 aims to bring together researchers and practitioners and highlight the latest developments in embedded technologies, sensors and interactive systems in health applications. In the last years, there has been increasing interest in the application in the health domain of embedded systems, of novel sensing technologies together with entertainment technologies and interactive media to visualize and interpret health data, to allow individualized treatments, to facilitate learning motivation, or to provide patients with enjoyable coaching systems for homework exercises, just to name a few examples. For instance, the uses of Gamification, Virtual Reality and Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are exponentially increasing in the field of rehabilitation, mental health and functional fitness, with clinical results that prove their effectiveness. This special track invites authors to submit contributions on concepts, applications, techniques or environments where smart systems and/or interaction design play a central role in improving health practices at all levels.

• Virtual and enhanced environments
• Balance, posture and mobility
• Input devices, sensors and actuators
• Motor rehabilitation
• Serious Games and Exergames
• Clinical assessment
• Cognitive Stimulation
• Biosignals, Neuroimaging and Biodevices
• Sensory impairment
• Medical systems
• Multi-user systems for user interaction
• Computer access
• Virtual humans
• Communications aids
• Signal Processing in Human Movement
• Sport Performance and Support Technology
• Product design, testing and prototyping
• Training tools
• Augmented reality applications
• Human factors
• Rehabilitation robotics

Submission of full papers (4-6 pages)
February 1, 2019

Notification of acceptance
March 15, 2019

Camera-ready due
April 15, 2019

Early Author registration
April 15, 2019

Pre-conference Activities
June 11, 2019

Conference dates
June 12-14, 2019

Social Activities
June 15, 2019

The official language of the Conference is English. The articles and extended abstracts (demos) will be under double blind peer review process. Accepted papers and demos will be published in electronic format and will be submitted for acceptance into the IEEE Xplore® paper database. IEEE Xplore® will index accepted papers and demos meeting IEEE requirements of content and format. A number of selected, high-quality, papers will be invited for publication in international journals.

Articles (full papers with 4-6 pages) submitted to exp.at’19 will follow the EasyChair platform.

Alberto Cardoso
University of Coimbra, PT

Maria Teresa Restivo
University of Porto, PT

Élvio Rúbio Gouveia
University of Madeira – M-ITI, PT

Mónica da Silva Cameirão
University of Madeira – M-ITI, PT

Sergi Bermúdez i Badia
University of Madeira – M-ITI, PT

• Athanasios Vourvopoulos, University Southern California, US
• Ana Lúcia Faria, Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute, PT
• Afonso Gonçalves, Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute, PT
• Teresa Paulino, Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute, PT
• Morgado Dias, Universidade da Madeira / Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute, PT
• Paula Alexandra Silva, Universidade de Aveiro, PT
• Roberto Llorens, Universitat Politècnica de València, ES
• Jorge Latorre, Universitat Politècnica de València, ES
• Adrián Borrego González, Universitat Politècnica de València, ES
• Simon Hoermann, University of Canterbury, NZ
• Andrea Gaggioli, Catholic University of Milan, IT
• Stefano Triberti, University of Milan, IT
• Chirico Alice, Catholic University of Milan, IT
• Pietro Cipresso, Catholic University of Milan, IT

The Call for Papers for ST OM’19 can be downloaded here.

Call for Papers for the exp.at’19 Special Track OM’19
“Ocean Monitoring”

exp.at’19 is the 5th event of the conference series exp.at’xx. The conference will be held at the University of Madeira (Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal) on June 12-14, 2019, and it is a joint organization of University of Porto and University of Coimbra with the collaboration of University of Madeira. The conference will feature the technical support of IEEE (IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and IEEE Education Society) and the Portuguese Engineers Association.

OM’19, the Special Track “Ocean Monitoring” within exp.at’19, aims to join researchers working on ocean monitoring related applications, both from a research and from an educational perspective. Real world applications as well as more theoretical works are welcome.

• Development of ocean and coasts monitoring devices
• Educational resources for ocean monitoring related applications
• Material proprieties for Ocean applications
• Sensors for ocean monitoring
• Ocean robotics
• Mission planning for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles
• Ocean modeling
• Remote sensing
• Ocean energy systems

Submission of full papers (4-6 pages)
February 1, 2019

Notification of acceptance
March 15, 2019

Camera-ready due
April 15, 2019

Early Author registration
April 15, 2019

Pre-conference Activities
June 11, 2019

Conference dates
June 12-14, 2019

Social Activities
June 15, 2019

The official language of the Conference is English. The articles and extended abstracts (demos) will be under double blind peer review process. Accepted papers and demos will be published in electronic format and will be submitted for acceptance into the IEEE Xplore® paper database. IEEE Xplore® will index accepted papers and demos meeting IEEE requirements of content and format. A number of selected, high-quality, papers will be invited for publication in international journals.

Articles (full papers with 4-6 pages) submitted to exp.at’19 will follow the EasyChair platform.

Alberto Cardoso
University of Coimbra, PT

Maria Teresa Restivo
University of Porto, PT

João Falcão Carneiro
University of Porto, PT

Nuno Cruz
University of Porto, PT

• Ana Colaço, PT
• Ana Neto, PT
• Ana Dinis
• Aníbal Matos
• António Pascoal, PT
• António Silva, PT
• Helder Silva
• John Watson, UK
• Jorge Cabrera Gamez, ES
• José Carlos Alves
• Marcos Martins, PT
• Mário Pinho, PT
• Sérgio Ávila Marques, PT
• Sérgio Jesus, PT
• Ralf Bachmayer, DE
• Roee Diamant, IL
• Zoran Vukic, HR

The Call for Papers for ST IS3’19 can be downloaded here.

Call for Papers for the exp.at’19 Special Track IS3’19
“Immersive Systems and Sensorial Stimulation”

exp.at’19 is the 5th event of the conference series exp.at’xx. The conference will be held at the University of Madeira (Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal) on June 12-14, 2019, and it is a joint organization of University of Porto and University of Coimbra with the collaboration of University of Madeira. The conference will feature the technical support of IEEE (IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and IEEE Education Society) and the Portuguese Engineers Association.

IS3’19, the Special Track “Immersive Systems and Sensorial Stimulation” within exp.at’19, aims at creating a forum to discuss the development and use of immersive systems and sensorial stimulation techniques and technologies and their unquestionable place and use in the near future. Authors are invited to bring their theoretical studies, developments, and/or experimental validations of new principles, or new uses of existing systems that may enhance the usability, demonstrate the interest or their applicability in new areas.

• New Immersive Interaction Styles and Technologies
• (Tele)Presence and Embodiment in Remote and Virtual Experiments
• Co-presence, shared spaces and cooperation in Virtual Environments
• Interactive robots and avatars
• Affective computing
• Emotional Interaction
• Emotion recognition
• Sensorial stimulation: visual, olfactory, auditory, haptic, …
• Augmented and virtual reality
• Smart Environments, Environment augmentation
• Stimulating and Responsive environments
• Applications in Psychology and Ageing
• Industrial Applications of augmentation technologies
• Educational and scientific use of immersive systems

Submission of full papers (4-6 pages)
February 1, 2019

Notification of acceptance
March 15, 2019

Camera-ready due
April 15, 2019

Early Author registration
April 15, 2019

Pre-conference Activities
June 11, 2019

Conference dates
June 12-14, 2019

Social Activities
June 15, 2019

The official language of the Conference is English. The articles and extended abstracts (demos) will be under double blind peer review process. Accepted papers and demos will be published in electronic format and will be submitted for acceptance into the IEEE Xplore® paper database. IEEE Xplore® will index accepted papers and demos meeting IEEE requirements of content and format. A number of selected, high-quality, papers will be invited for publication in international journals.

Articles (full papers with 4-6 pages) submitted to the exp.at’19 Special Track IS3’19 will follow the EasyChair platform.

Alberto Cardoso
University of Coimbra, PT

Maria Teresa Restivo
University of Porto, PT

Paulo Menezes
University of Coimbra, PT

J. Joel Gonzalez-Barbosa
IPN, Quéretaro, Mexico

Bruno Patrão
University of Coimbra, PT

The Call for Papers for ST AQM’19 can be downloaded here.

Call for Papers for the exp.at’19 Special Track AQM’19
“Air Quality Monitoring”

exp.at’19 is the 5th event of the conference series exp.at’xx. The conference will be held at the University of Madeira (Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal) on June 12-14, 2019, and it is a joint organization of University of Porto and University of Coimbra with the collaboration of University of Madeira. The conference will feature the technical support of IEEE (IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and IEEE Education Society) and the Portuguese Engineers Association.

AQM’19, the Special Track “Air Quality Monitoring” within exp.at’19, aims at creating a forum to discuss the development and use of different methodologies and technologies for air quality monitoring in realtime and in a distributed manner. The development of reliable approaches based on lowcost sensors is of great importance to measure the air-quality and provide realtime data. Authors are invited to bring their theoretical and practical studies, developments, and/or experimental validations of new approaches or new uses of existing systems that may contribute for the improvement of systems and platforms for air quality monitoring and public information.

• Technologies for Air Quality Monitoring (AQM): Low-Cost Sensors, Electronic Systems;
• Methodologies for AQM: Data Analytics, Machine Learning Applied to Data Processing of Low Cost Sensors, Remote and Virtual Experiments, Integration of Air Quality Modeling and Monitoring Methods;
• Accuracy of low cost sensors: Assessment of Uncertainties in Air Quality Data, Results of Measurement Campaigns in the Field;
• Platforms for Air Quality Data Management: Web Platforms, Mobile Applications, Real-time Systems for Air Monitoring, Distributed Systems, Smart Environments, Citizen Awareness and Participation in Air Quality Monitoring, IoT in air quality monitoring.

Submission of full papers (4-6 pages)
February 1, 2019

Notification of acceptance
March 15, 2019

Camera-ready due
April 15, 2019

Pre-conference Activities
June 11, 2019

Conference dates
June 12-14, 2019

Social Activities
June 15, 2019

The official language of the Conference is English. The articles and extended abstracts (demos) will be under double blind peer review process. Accepted papers and demos will be published in electronic format and will be submitted for acceptance into the IEEE Xplore® paper database. IEEE Xplore® will index accepted papers and demos meeting IEEE requirements of content and format. A number of selected, high-quality, papers will be invited for publication in international journals.

Articles (full papers with 4-6 pages) submitted to the exp.at’19 Special Track AQM’19 will follow the EasyChair platform.

Alberto Cardoso
University of Coimbra, PT

Maria Teresa Restivo
University of Porto, PT

Catarina Silva
CISUC – University of Coimbra, PT

Jesús Logano Rogado
University of Extremadura, ES

Esther Hontañón Lavín
ITEFI – CSIC, ES

Lionel Presmanes
University of Toulouse 3 – Paul Sabatier, FR

The Call for Papers for ST EAC’19 can be downloaded here.

Call for Papers for the exp.at’19 Special Track EAC’19
“Experiments for Automotive Control”

exp.at’19 is the 5th event of the conference series exp.at’xx. The conference will be held at the University of Madeira (Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal) on June 12-14, 2019, and it is a joint organization of University of Porto and University of Coimbra with the collaboration of University of Madeira. The conference will feature the technical support of IEEE (IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and IEEE Education Society) and the Portuguese Engineers Association.

EAC’19, the Special Track “Experiments for Automotive Control” within exp.at’19, aims to create a forum for discussing topics related to experimentation in Automotive area that can be considered as the special subset of all mechatronic experiments. Nowadays the topic is very actual thanks to new trends supporting electromobility and smart cities. Authors are invited to contribute to this session both with theoretical and experimental results that can help to understand selected problems in the area.

• Electromobility
• Online experiments in automotive control
• Automotive Control and computer vision
• Internet based automotive control education
• Internet of Things in automotive control
• Mobile applications in automotive control
• Interactive control automotive applications
• Navigation systems
• Smart cities

Submission of full papers (4-6 pages)
February 1, 2019

Notification of acceptance
March 15, 2019

Camera-ready due
April 15, 2019

Early Author registration
April 15, 2019

Pre-conference Activities
June 11, 2019

Conference dates
June 12-14, 2019

Social Activities
June 15, 2019

The official language of the Conference is English. The articles and extended abstracts (demos) will be under double blind peer review process. Accepted papers and demos will be published in electronic format and will be submitted for acceptance into the IEEE Xplore® paper database. IEEE Xplore® will index accepted papers and demos meeting IEEE requirements of content and format. A number of selected, high-quality, papers will be invited for publication in international journals.

Articles (full papers with 4-6 pages) submitted to the exp.at’19 Special Track EAC’19 will follow the EasyChair platform.

Alberto Cardoso
University of Coimbra, PT

Maria Teresa Restivo
University of Porto, PT

Mikuláš Huba
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, SK

Katarína Žáková
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, SK

The Call for Papers for ST OEC’19 can be downloaded here.

Call for Papers for the exp.at’19 Special Track OEC’19
“Online Experimentation in Control”

exp.at’19 is the 5th event of the conference series exp.at’xx. The conference will be held at the University of Madeira (Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal) on June 12-14, 2019, and it is a joint organization of University of Porto and University of Coimbra with the collaboration of University of Madeira. The conference will feature the technical support of IEEE (IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and IEEE Education Society) and the Portuguese Engineers Association.

OEC’19, the Special Track “Online Experimentation in Control” within exp.at’19, aims to create a forum for discussing topics related to online experimentation in control area that can be considered as the special subset of all Internet based experiments, or Internet of Things (IoT). It brings the necessity to consider the experiment in feedback structure to control the system outputs to its required values. Such types of experiments brings specific problems to solve, e.g. cooperation with simulation environments, stability of control algorithms, robustness, experiment visualisation, choice of sampling period, impact of the time delays, measurement noise, etc.

• Online experiments in control
• Control and machine learning
• Control and computer vision
• Remote control and measurement technologies
• Internet based control education
• Internet of Things in control
• Mobile applications in control
• Interactive control applications

Submission of full papers (4-6 pages)
February 1, 2019

Notification of acceptance
March 15, 2019

Camera-ready due
April 15, 2019

Early Author registration
April 15, 2019

Pre-conference Activities
June 11, 2019

Conference dates
June 12-14, 2019

Social Activities
June 15, 2019

The official language of the Conference is English. The articles and extended abstracts (demos) will be under double blind peer review process. Accepted papers and demos will be published in electronic format and will be submitted for acceptance into the IEEE Xplore® paper database. IEEE Xplore® will index accepted papers and demos meeting IEEE requirements of content and format. A number of selected, high-quality, papers will be invited for publication in international journals.

Articles (full papers with 4-6 pages) submitted to the exp.at’19 Special Track OEC’19 will follow the EasyChair platform.

Alberto Cardoso
University of Coimbra, PT

Maria Teresa Restivo
University of Porto, PT

Katarína Žáková
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, SK

Luciano António Mendes
Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná, BR

The Call for Papers for ST RADP’19 can be downloaded here.

Call for Papers for the RADP’19 Special Track
“Remote and digital pneumatics: Learn and control from distance”

exp.at’19 is the 5th event of the conference series exp.at’xx. The conference will be held at the University of Madeira (Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal) on June 12-14, 2019, and it is a joint organization of University of Porto and University of Coimbra with the collaboration of University of Madeira. The conference will feature the technical support of IEEE (IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and IEEE Education Society) and the Portuguese Engineers Association.

RADP’19, the Special Track “Remote and digital pneumatics: Learn and control from distance” within exp.at’19, aims to put together researchers from all around world to share their expertise and do a real exchange of ideas connected with the implementation of current and future technologies in digital pneumatics and on the use of online resources in pneumatics.

• Digital pneumatics
• Augmented Reality applications in learning pneumatics
• Remote control of pneumatic devices
• Industry 4.0 and pneumatics
• Software applications for digital pneumatics
• Remote measurement in pneumatics
• Remote monitoring for maintenance purposes in pneumatics
• Predictive maintenance in pneumatics
• Energy-efficiency assessment and experiments in pneumatics
• Simulation tools for learning digital pneumatics
• Laboratory pneumatic experiments with remote access

Submission of full papers (4-6 pages)
February 1, 2019

Notification of acceptance
March 15, 2019

Camera-ready due
April 15, 2019

Early Author registration
April 15, 2019

Pre-conference Activities
June 11, 2019

Conference dates
June 12-14, 2019

Social Activities
June 15, 2019

The official language of the Conference is English. The articles and extended abstracts (demos) will be under double blind peer review process. Accepted papers will be pub- lished in electronic format and will be submitted for acceptance into the IEEE Xplore® paper database. IEEE Xplore® will index accepted papers and demos meeting IEEE requirements of content and format. A number of selected, high-quality, papers will be invited for publication in international journals.

Articles (full papers with 4-6 pages) submitted to the exp.at’19 Special Track RADP’19 will follow the EasyChair platform.

Alberto Cardoso
University of Coimbra, PT

Maria Teresa Restivo
University of Porto, PT

Dragan Šešlija
University of Novi Sad, SRB

Paulo Abreu
University of Porto, PT