On May 2020, I gave a seminar on the subject of intelligent mobile notification handling, to students of the "Data Driven Computing and Decision-Making" M.Sc. programme at CEID. The seminar slides can be downloaded here (in Greek only).
- IoT Integration in the Manufacturing Environment Towards Industry 4.0 Applications
- Predicting retail business success using urban social data mining
- Mobile Text Entry Behaviour in Lab and In-the-Wild studies: Is it different?
- Investigating Error Injection to Enhance the Effectiveness of Mobile Text Entry Studies of Error Behaviour
- Joint Proceeding of the Poster and Workshop Sessions of AmI-2019, the 2019 European Conference on Ambient Intelligence
- Performance of Raspberry Pi microclusters for Edge Machine Learning in Tourism
- Discovering User Location Semantics using Mobile Notification Handling Behaviour
- Improving Hydroponic Agriculture through IoT-enabled Collaborative Machine Learning
- Internet of things applications on monitoring hydroponics through wireless sensor networks
- Building an Industrial IoT Infrastructure with open Source Software for Smart Energy
We have released a rich dataset containing 229,792 logged notifications received on the Android devices of 44 users, in the period between 2018-12-19 and 2019-05-03. The dataset accompanies our publication Komninos, A., Simou I., Frengkou E., & Garofalakis J. (2019). Discovering User Location Semantics using Mobile Notification Handling Behaviour. 15th European Conference on Ambient Intelligence (AmI'19). Rome, Italy, Springer. DOI:10.1007/978-3-030-34255-5_15
A research paper presented by my collaborator Georgios Georgiadis, of the Division of Telematics and Applications for Regional Development at the "Diophantos" Computer Technology Institute and Press, was nominated for the best paper award, at the Workshop on Data Science and IoT (http://isdit.dieei.unict.it/) organised by the University of Catania (Italy).
I attended the PC meeting for MobileHCI'19 (Taipei), which took place at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. It was a great opportunity to visit my old place of study, and also to see many familiar colleagues who I haven't caught up with for several years.
Our paper "WiseType: A Tablet Keyboard with Color-Coded Visualization and Various Editing Options for Error Correction" has been awarded the Michael A.J. Sweeney award for Best Student Paper at the Graphics Interface 2019 conference, in Kinston, Ontario, Canada.