Experiment@ International Workshop 2016 – ETIoE
The Experiment@ International Workshop 2016 “The Emerging Technologies on the Internet of Everything” – ETIoE – is intended to continue talking about topics ad-dressed in recent events on online experimentation. It will be held at University of the Azores (Ponta Delgada, São Miguel Island, Azores, Portugal) on 5-6 September, 2016, in a joint organization of the University of the Azores, the University of Coimbra, the University of Porto and the New University of Lisbon, with the collaboration of ExpoLab and IAOE (International Association of Online Experimentation) and the support of DRCT (Direção Regional da Ciência e Tecnologia, Secretaria Regional do Mar, Ciência e Tecnologia, Governo Regional dos Açores).
ETIoE aims to contribute to disseminate and share scientific works and projects on online experimentation and to develop collaborative work in emerging technologies on the context of the Internet of Everything (IoE), bringing together engineers and researchers from different areas.
ETIoE purposes a space of debate about the use of emergent technologies in IoE, seeking, for example, to automate the acquisition and analysis of data, which allow the supervision and monitoring of different type of systems in a remote and distributed framework, and of discussion and evaluation of online resources for all, promoting the sharing perspective and the collaborative use of meaningful online experimental contents either in learning contexts or in virtual laboratory environments.
ETIoE provides a two-day forum of discussion offering to participants an opportunity to talk about their work and to analyse future relevant topics to spread the quality and the influence of areas of interest on online experimentation, in an open discussion framework and in technical visits.
The Programme PDF can be downloaded here.
Opening Session (UAc – Ed. do Complexo Científico, Room 7)
Alberto Cardoso (UC), Hélia Guerra (UAc), Luís Palma (UNL), Maria Teresa Restivo (UP) (Contribution #15)
Plenary Session I (UAc – Ed. do Complexo Científico, Room 7)
“Internet from A(stronomy) to Z(oology): Online Experimentation with Things and People”, Mario Bochicchio, University of Salento, Italy (Contribution #2)
Coffee-break (UAc – Ed. do Complexo Científico)
Panel Session I (UAc – Ed. do Complexo Científico, Room 7)
Contributions to: “Internet from A(stronomy) to Z(oology): Online Experimentation with Things and People” (contributions on short Topics Presentations and large Open Discussion).
Contributions: #4, #5, #7, #8, #20, #21
Lunch (Colégio Castanheiro)
Plenary Session II (UAc – Ed. do Complexo Científico, Room 7)
“FishMetrics: A new integrated solution for fisheries automatic and remote size data collection for fish stock assessment”, Gui Menezes (University of the Azores, Portugal) (Contribution #23)
“Technology and Innovation in Agriculture”, Emiliana Silva (University of the Azores, Portugal) (Contribution #13)
Panel Session II (UAc – Ed. do Complexo Científico, Room 7)
Contributions to: “Online experimentation Resources in Control Education” and “Past, present and future projects in Online Experimentation with Things and People” (contributions on short Topics Presentations, sharing Projects and Open Discussion).
Contributions: #11, #16, #17, #19
Social Programme Activity and Welcome Snack
Plenary Session III (UAc – Ed. do Complexo Científico, Room 7)
“Industry 4.0 and internet of things”, Andreja Rojko, ECPE European Centre for Power Electronics, Germany (Contribution #3)
Coffee-break (UAc – Ed. do Complexo Científico)
Panel Session III (UAc – Ed. do Complexo Científico, Room 7)
Contributions to: “Online experimentation on industry, health and education” (contributions on short Topics Presentations, sharing projects and large Open Discussion).
Contributions: #9, #10, #12, #14, #18, #22
Lunch (Colégio Castanheiro)
Panel Session IV (ExpoLab)
“Sharing Online Experiments – An Excellent Opportunity for Networking of Higher Education Institutions” (round table), Radojka Krneta, University of Kragujevac, Serbia (Contribution #1)
Panel Session V (ExpoLab)
“Evaluating Online Experiments” (round table): Maria Teresa Restivo, Diana Urbano, Andreja Rojko, Radojka Krneta (Contribution #6)
Closing Session and Farewell Cocktail (ExpoLab)
Alexander Zimin, RU
Andreas Pester, AT
Andreja Rosko, SI
Anna Friesel, DK
Claudius Terkowsky, DE
Danilo Zutin, AU
David Boehringer, DE
Denis Gillet, CH
Doru Ursutiu, RO
Horácio Fernandes, PT
Igor Titov, RU
James Wolfer, USA
José Sanchez Moreno, SP
Katarina Zakova, SK
Luciano Andreatta, BR
Luís Mendes Gomes, PT
Mario Bochicchio, IT
Radojka Krneta, RS
Thomas Richter, DE
Alberto Cardoso, University of Coimbra
Hélia Guerra, University of the Azores
Luís Palma, New University of Lisbon
Maria Teresa Restivo, University of Porto
The Invitation for Participation can be found here.
Topics of Interest
• Online Experimentation and IoE
• Applications and tools of Emerging Technologies on IoE
• Industry 4.0 and IoE
• Assessment of Online Experimentation Resources
Participants are invited to send short contributions (1 page abstract) for the panel sessions according to the following dates:
• Submission of (1 page) abstract: July
22, 27, 2016
• Early participant registration: July 22, 2016
• Workshop dates: September 5-6, 2016
Workshop Language, Submission Process and Publications
The language of the Workshop is English. Contributions of 1 page abstract should be sent by email to email@example.com. It is expected that ETIoE will offer the possibility of publication of later papers based on the participants’ contributions (after a review process) in a special issue of iJIM – International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies.
Workshop Registration Fees
Early participant registration fee (until July 22, 2016): 100€
Participant registration fee (after July 22, 2016): 120€
Participant Registration fee includes:
– Admission to all Workshop sessions (Sep 5-6)
– Coffee and refreshment breaks (Sep 5-6)
– Lunches (Sep 5-6)
– Social Activity with Welcome Snack (Sep 5)
– Book of the Workshop’ program and abstracts
• “Internet from A(stronomy) to Z(oology): Online Experimentation with Things and People”, Mario Bochicchio (University of Salento, Italy)
• “Industry 4.0 and internet of things”, Andreja Rojko (ECPE European Center for Power Electronics, Germany)
• “Sharing Online Experiments – An Excellent Opportunity for Networking of Higher Education Institutions”, Radojka Krneta (University of Kragujevac, Serbia)
• “Technology and Innovation in Agriculture”, Emiliana Silva (University of the Azores, Portugal)
• “FishMetrics: A new integrated solution for fisheries automatic and remote size data collection for fish stock assessment”, Gui Menezes (University of the Azores, Portugal)
Experiment@ International Workshop 2016– ETIoE – will take place on the campus of Ponta Delgada of the University of the Azores, São Miguel Island, Azores, Portugal.
The university campus is located at a convenient distance from hotels, restaurants and diverse cultural sites. Being close to the center of Ponta Delgada, University of the Azores is within walking distance of any location in town and only about 10 minutes by taxi from the airport.
The best way to get to the Azores is by plane. There are daily flights leaving from Lisbon and Porto to the Azores and also from other European cities (for example: Munich, Frankfurt, Paris, London and Amsterdam). It is also possible to fly directly from Canada (for example: Toronto) and USA (for example: Boston) to the Azores. Within Azores archipelago, it is possible to travel by boat or by plane.
Situated in the middle of the Atlantic, off the coast of Europe, the nine islands of the Azores is home to a variety of landscapes and spectacular volcanic scenery.
Discovered by the Portuguese in 1427, these islands became one of the axes of navigation between Europe, Asia, and America during the 16th and 17th centuries. Christopher Columbus, returning from his momentous 1492 voyage to the New World, first stopped in the island of Santa Maria before reaching mainland Europe in Lisbon. The name Azores was given by Gonçalo Velho Cabral who, with Diogo Silves, landed in Santa Maria in 1427. They mistook the many buzzards there for hawks, which are called “açores” in Portuguese.
São Miguel is the largest of the nine islands, known for an enchanting natural wonder, the “Sete Cidades” twin lakes. In the sunlight, one lake is blue and the other is green, best seen from a vantage point called “Vista do Rei” south of the crater. Another curiosity in the island is the food prepared in hot volcanic rock. A favorite dish is “Cozido das Furnas”, in which meat and vegetables are stewed in pits in the heat of the volcanic earth. “Furnas” itself is a popular whitewashed town with hot springs used in the treatment of respiratory ailments and rheumatism. Nearby is the beautiful “Parque Terra Nostra”, a garden with a remarkable collection of trees and plants, as well as an odd swimming pool with warm yellow water.
Ponta Delgada, in São Miguel, is the capital of the entire archipelago of Azores and the tourist heart of the island. Its arcades and 18th century city gates, fine baroque churches, and volcanic cones rising on distant hills are its main sights. To the north of the city gates stands the Church of São Sebastião, founded in 1533 with a fine Manueline portal intricately carved in limestone. The sacristy is decorated with tile panels and 17th century furniture.
In the center of the island is a majestically beautiful spot, “Lagoa do Fogo”, a crater lake formed by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century.
An activity that takes place in São Miguel that doesn’t happen anywhere else in Europe is tea production, and you may visit the Gorreana Tea Factory and Plantation.
Workshop participants can benefit from special rates (Bed and Breakfast) at Camões (4*), Colégio (4*) and VIP (4*) hotels near the conference venue (campus of University of the Azores). They are modern and comfortable and are within easy walking distance.
To have access to the special rates, the reservation process must be done by email until 22/July to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can visualize their location on the following map: https://goo.gl/maps/TpqCs (the conference will be held at University of the Azores).
Book of Abstracts