Business, government and technology day – opening and introduction

Ricardo Costa (Councilor of Municipally of Guimarães)

Imrich Chlamtac (president of EAI)

Paulo Cruz (Pro-Rector of University of Minho)

Henrique Santos (General Chair)

Imrich Chlamtac
Henrique M. Dinis Santos

Welcome keynote speech from Head of Representation of the European Commission, Lisbon, Portugal

Sofia Alves

(Head of Representation of the European Commission, Lisbon, Portugal)

Sofia Alves

Smart Cities – Pathways towards Sustainable Urban Development?

Margit Noll

(Austrian Research Promotion Agency FFG)

Margit Noll

Smart Mobility

José F. G. Mendes

(First Secretary of State for Mobility, Portugal)

José F. G. Mendes

Invited Speakers

Maribel Yasmina Santos (UMinho)

José Baptista da Costa (IPCA/ESG)

Ana Fragata (LNEC and FICIS)

José Baptista da Costa
Maribel Yasmina Santos
Ana Fragata

ICT – challenges and opportunities towards an efficient, sustainable and equitable transport system

Dr. Jorge Bandeira (UAveiro)

Paulo Fernandes (UAveiro)

Rui José (UMinho)

Jorge Bandeira
Paulo Fernandes
Rui José

Smart Cities after the Hype

Moderator: Filipa Cardoso (Smart Cities)

Paulo Louzinha (EDP)

Miguel Rodrigues (Siemens)

Francisco Duarte (Bosch)

Miguel Rodrigues
Francisco Duarte

Governance vision by Municipally representatives

Governance influences and challenges for Smart Cities development

Moderator: Carlos Neves (Business Developer at CCG)

Vitor Paulo Pereira (Mayor of Paredes de Coura)

Fernando Rui Martins (Project Management @ Urban Transports of Braga / Municipality of Braga)

Sergio GONÇALVES ( Deputy Mayor’s Aide in Guimarães Municipality)

Vitor Paulo Pereira
Sérgio Gonçalves
Fernando Rui Martins

Gala Dinner Restaurante Histórico

Restaurante Histórico

Rua de Valdonas, nº4
Oliveira do Castelo
4800-476 Guimarães

CONFERENCES Program at glance

Day 1
21 Nov 2018

INTSYS 2018 one day program

2nd EAI International Conference on Intelligent Transport Systems
INTSYS 2018 website
Session Chair: Vitor Monteiro
#1-Paper-280416- Intermodal routing model for sustainable transport through multi-objective optimization from Cecilia Vale et. al.
#2-Paper-280405- Prediction of Journey Destination for Travelers of Urban Public Transport: A Comparison Model Study from Vera Costa et al.
#3-Paper -280326- With Whom Transport Operators Should Partner? An Urban Mobility and Services Geolocation Data Analysis from Marta Campos Ferreira et al.
10h30 – 10h45 Coffee break
10h45– 12h30 SESSION 2
Session Chair: Ana Lucia Martins
#4-Paper – 280179- A Blockchain and Gamification Approach for Smart Parking from Joao Ferreira ei al.
#5-Paper-280200- A Low-Cost Smart Parking solution for Smart Cities based on open software and hardware from Carlos Serrão et al.
#6 – Paper -280186- A Low Latency SCAN-Flip Polar Decoder for 5G Vehicular Communication from Yu Wang et al.
#7- Paper – 280176 Collaborative Gamified Approach for Transportation from Ana L. Martins et al.
12h30 – 14h00 Lunch
14h00 – 15h30 SESSION 3
Session Chair: Joao C Ferreira
#8- Paper – 280185 – Improving fleet solution a case study from Ana L. Martins et al.
# 9 Paper- 278461 – Simulation and Testing of a Platooning Cooperative Longitudinal Controller from from Vadym Hapanchak et al
#10 -Paper – 280166-Challenges in Object Detection under Rainy Weather Conditions from Sinan Hasirlioglu et al.
#11 – Paper -278626 Smart Mobility: A Mobile Approach from Ricardo Faria et al.
#12 – Paper -#280706 ROM-P: Route Optimization Management of Producer Mobility from Yong J. Park et al.
15h30 – 16h00 Coffee break
16h00 – 16h45 Keynote speech: Dr. Gonçalo Homem de Almeida Correia
Driving to driverless: finding our way among the many futures of automated driving
16h45-17h00 Closing ceremony
Gonçalo Homem de Almeida Correia

MobilityIoT 2018 first day program

5th EAI International Conference on Smart Cities
MobilityIoT 2018 website

21/11/2018 – Wednesday CENTRO CULTURAL VILA FLOR

08:30 – 09:15



– 09:30

Opening ceremony – Welcome Speech


(Co-founder of EAI SK, Former Vice-dean at Faculty of Materials Science and Technology in Trnava, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava)

General Chair of Mobility IoT 2018


( Rector of Danubius University, Galati Romania)

General Co-Chair of Mobility IoT 2018


– 10:00

Keynote speaker: Predrag K. NIKOLIC (Professor at Shantou University in China and Former Vice-dean of the University of EDUCONS)

Designing Playful Cities: Audio-Visual Metaphors for New Urban Environment Experience

Authors: Predrag K. Nikolic, Hua Yang


– 10:30

Keynote speaker: Neven VRČEK (Dean of the Faculty of Organization and Informatics, University of Zagreb)

Smart products and new cost benefit paradigm


– 11:00

Coffee break


– 12:30

Hosted by: Dagmar CAGÁŇOVÁ

Invited paper: Communication management in multi-client system using SMS gateway

Authors: Peter Pištek, Hudec Martin

Invited paper: Governance of Network State

Author: Marcel Ševela

Invited paper: Use of modern technologies at baggage tracking and its impact to airline revenue

Authors: Matúš Bozogáň, Soňa Hurná

Invited paper: Evaluation of parking policy in Bratislava in the context of economic growth and automotive transport development in Slovakia

Authors: Július Golej, Daniela Špirková

Paper: How Millennials will Use Autonomous Vehicles

Authors: Pakusch Christina, Stevens Gunnar, Schreiber Dirk

Paper: Performance comparison of zoning techniques in geographic forwarding rules for ad hoc networks

Authors: Souidi Mohammed, Habbani, Ahmed


– 14:00


14:00 – 15:30

Hosted by: Dagmar CAGÁŇOVÁ

Keynote speaker: Jozef JANDAČKA (Rector, University of Žilina)

Aspects Affecting Emissions Production from Small Heat Sources

Authors: Jozef Jandačka, Michal Holubčík

Keynote speaker: Jozef RISTVEJ (Vice-rector, University of Žilina)

Enhancing Resilience by Understanding Smart City and Safe City Concepts and their Common Systems

Authors: Jozef Ristvej, Maroš Laciňák

Paper: EDGE4ALL – Edge Computing for Smart City

Authors: Martins Ricardo Manuel Santos, Santos Henrique, Lopes Sérgio, Leite Aníbal, Matos Álvaro, Cunha Paulo

Paper: Building Ecosystem to Support Social Mobility for Person with Disabilities (PWD): Malaysia Context

Author: Ruhiyati Idayu Abu Talib, Mohd Shahrizal Sunar, Predrag K. Nikolic, Ruzimi Mohamed


– 15:45

Coffee break


– 16:15

Networking session: Dagmar Cagáňová (Former Vice-dean at MTF STU)

E-platform for Improving Collaboration among Universities

and Industrial Enterprises in the Area of Education

16:15 – 17:30


Invited paper: Managerial Skills for Innovation Support

Authors: Vladimír Švač, Dagmar Cagáňová

Invited paper: The Effect of Bankruptcy on the Intangible Assets Valuation

Authors: Miriam Šefčíková, Dagmar Cagáňová, Richard Jurenka

Invited paper: Smart Solutions for Big/Small Cities

Authors: Michal Balog, Angelina Iakovets, Lucia Knapcikova

Invited paper: Analytic Network Process as a Tool of Innovative Management at Manufacturing Technology Selection

Authors: Peter Monka, Katarína Monková, Andrej Andrej, Jozef Tkáč, Vladimír Duchek, Milan Edl, Helena Židková

Invited paper: Are Home-based Businesses New Trends in Working Environment for Youth and Senior Entrepreneurs in Europe?

Authors: Anna Pilková, Marian Holienka

Invited paper: The Smart Logistics

Authors: Dagmar Cagáňová, Richard Jurenka, Natália Horňáková, Miriam Šefčíková

Invited paper: Development of Employee Commitment Extent in Innovation Processes in Slovak Organisations

Authors: Katarína Stachová , Zdenko Stacho , Dagmar Cagáňová

Invited paper: Scheduling heuristic to satisfy due dates of the customer orders in mass customized municipal serVices

Authors: Vladimir Modrak, Pandian R. Sudhakara

Invited paper: State of art and challenges of robotics in Slovak Republic

Authors: Miroslav Balog, Ľubica Kotorová Slušná, Jozef Herčko

Invited paper: Concept of the Factories of the Future in Slovak industrial companies

Authors: Jozef Herčko, Miroslav Fusko, Ľubica Kotorová Slušná

Invited paper: Possibility Of Accelerating Power Signal Calculation In A System Of Internet Of Things

Authors: O.N.Choporov, A.P.Preobrazhenskiy, I.Ya.Lvovich

Invited paper: Bike Sharing – As Urban Transport Solution in a Small City

Authors: Mária Holienčinová, Zdenka Kádeková, Tomáš Holota, Ľudmila Nagyová,

Invited paper: Communication Tools of Social Enterprises in the Czech Republic and European Union Data Protection

Authors: Richard Pospíšil, Ondřej Kročil

Invited paper: Cooperation models for employee education: analysis on Slovak and Czech companies

Authors: Lucia Kohnová, Ján Papula, Zuzana Papulová

Invited paper: The platform of production capacity exchange management as a support for implementation of the Industry 4.0 concept

Author: Sebastian Saniuk

Invited paper: Industry 4.0 – the need of rethink strategic planning

Author: Anna Saniuk

Jozef Jandačka
Pedro Filipe Cunha
Neven Vrček
Jozef Ristvej

Urb-IoT 2018 one day program

3rd EAI International Conference on IoT in Urban Space
Urb-IoT 2018 website
Wednesday 21st November, 2018
8h30 Registration
9h00 – 9h15 Welcome
9h15 – 10h30

SESSION 1: IoT for Urban Analytics

CityFlow: Supporting Spatial-Temporal Edge Computing for Urban Machine Learning Applications

Makoto Kawano, Takuro Yonezawa, Tomoki Tanimura, Nam Ky Giang, Matthew Broadbent,Rodger Lea, and Jin Nakazawa

Ethical and Social Aspects of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: A Focus on Stakeholders’ Responsibility and Customers’ Willingness to Share Data

Steven Andorka and Kira Rambow-Hoeschele

Evaluating Street Networks for Predictive Policing

Júlio Borges, Michael Beigl, Nelio Cacho

10h30 – 10h45 Coffee break
10h45– 12h30

SESSION 2: Design challenges in Urban IoT

Challenges in Using IoT in Public Spaces

Ulf Hedestig Daniel Skog and Mikael Söderström

Exploring new Digital Affordances of city life

Rui José and Paula Trigueiros

A Comprehensive View on Quality Characteristics of the IoT Solutions

Miroslav Bures, Xavier Bellekens, Karel Frajtak, and Bestoun S. Ahmed

Connected Vehicles in the Shark Tank: Rethinking the Challenge for Cybersecurity to Keep Pace with Digital Innovation

Nick G. Rambow, Steven Andorka, and Kira Rambow-Hoeschele

12h30 – 14h00 Lunch
14h00 – 15h30

SESSION 3: Methods and technologies for IoT

AudioIO: Indoor Outdoor Detection on smartphones via Active Sound Probing

Long Wang, Josef Roth, Till Riedel, Michael Beigl, and Junnan Yao

Day-ahead Load Forecasting based on Conditional Linear Predictions with Smoothed Daily Profile

Sunme Park, Kanggu Park, and Euiseok Hwang

GANonymizer: Image Anonymization Method Integrating Object Detection and Generative Adversarial Network

Tomoki Tanimura , Makoto Kawano , Takuro Yonezawa , and Jin Nakazawa

Performance Evaluation of Source Routing Minimum Cost Forwarding Protocol over 6TiSCH Applied to the OpenMote-B platform

Anderson Rocha Ramos, Fernando J. Velez and Gordana Gardašević

15h30 – 16h00 Coffee break
16h00 – 17h30

SESSION 4: Urban mobility and Connected Vehicles

Analysis of time of use and intermodality of ride-hailing services in Singapore using mobile web traffic data

CHAN Sau Yee

An Exploratory Study of Relations between Site Features and I2V Link Performance

Luís Sousa, Pedro M. Santos and Ana Aguiar

Urban Landscape Revolution: The Potential of Connected Vehicles and Their Impact on the Mobility Ecosystem

Steven Andorka and Kira Rambow-Hoeschele

Review of Technological and Economic Considerations on Future Vehicle Design: Autonomous, Connected, Electric, and Shared Vehicles

Kira Rambow-Hoeschele and Matthias M. Hampel

17h30 Closing
Day 2
22 Nov 2018

Intetain 2018 first day program

10th International Conference on Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment

Intetain 2018 website

Keynote : Syntropic Counterpoints: Philosophical Content Generated Between Two Artificial Intelligence Clones, by Predrag K. Nikolic


Session 1

chair Carlos Filipe Portela

278499 A Many-Valued Empirical Machine for Thyroid Dysfunction Assessment

279337 Detecting automatic patterns of stroke through Text Mining

279440 Predicting Postoperative Complications for Gastric Cancer Patients using Data Mining

279569 User Behaviour Analysis and Personalized TV Content Recommendation


Coffee Break (Restaurant)


Session 2

chair Jorge Sá

278916 Compression-Based Classification of ECG Using First-Order Derivatives

278049 Virtual Agents for Professional Social Skills Training: An Overview of the State-of-the-Art

279464 Detection and Prevention of Bullying on Online Social Networks: The Combination of Textual, Visual, and Cognitive

279512 A preliminary evaluation of a computer vision-based system to detect effects of aromatherapy during high school classes via movement analysis

Predrag K. Nikolic

GreeNets 2018 first day program

5th EAI International Conference on Green Energy and Networking
GreeNets 2018 website
Thursday 22nd
08:30-09:00 Registration
09:30-10:30 Summit program
10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
10:45-12:30 Summit program
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 SESSION 1

Improved Voltage Control of the
Electric Vehicle Operating as UPS in Smart Homes

Energy end-use flexibility of the next generation of decision-makers in a Smart Grid setting: an exploratory study

Optimizing the Train-Catenary
Electrical Interface Through Control Reconfiguration

Home Energy Monitoring System
Towards Smart Control of Energy Consumption

15:30-15:45 Coffee Break
15:45-17:15 SESSION 2

Performance Comparison of a Typical
Nonlinear Load Connected to ac and dc Power Grids

How much are Portuguese residential
consumers willing to invest in photovoltaic systems?

Sustainability assessment of
high voltage transmission lines

Voltage Distortion Minimization
in Cascaded H-Bridge Inverters

MobilityIoT 2018 second day program

MobilityIoT 2018 website 5th EAI International Conference on Smart Cities
22/11/2018 – Thursday – 1. SECTION, CENTRO CULTURAL VILA FLOR
09:00 – 12:30 SMART City 360
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 14:30

Keynote speaker: Pedro Filipe Cunha (Director of CENI)

Design, Developing and Implementing Cyber-Physical Systems – A Perspective Based on Some Portuguese’s initiatives

14:30 – 15:30 Hosted by: Dagmar CAGÁŇOVÁ
Networking Session: “Cult Open” and intercultural Competency in the Context of Integration of Migrants
Invited paper: Migration and Diversity Potentials for the Labour MarketAuthor: Petia Genkova
Invited paper: Gender differences in the Income of Employees over 50 with Emphasis on Various Sectors of Economy Authors: Naďa Hazuchová, Hana Pokertová, Martina Rašticová
Invited paper: CHANGE towards Gender Equality in research funding organisationsAuthor: Janne Haack
15:30 – 15:45 Coffee break
15:45 – 17:00 Hosted by: Dagmar CAGÁŇOVÁ
Networking Session: Catarina Dantas Machado (European Commission, representation in Portugal)
Invited paper: Cost Analysis of Telemedicine Implementation in the lens of Healthcare Sustainability: a Review of the LiteratureAuthors: Gabriele Palozzi, Chirico Antonio, Gabbrielli Francesco
Invited paper: Rediscovering Urban Smart Communities  

Author: Mauro Romanelli

Invited paper: Digital Transformation in the Healthcare Sector: Empirical evidences of IoHT Benefits and Limits on chronic disease management

Authors: Gabriele Palozzi, Binci Daniele, Schettini Irene

17:00 – 17:30 Closing and awarding ceremony
2nd DAY 22/11/2018 – Thursday – 2. SECTION, HOTEL DE GUIMARÃES
09:00 – 12:30 SMART City 360
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:00 Simultaneous program with 1. Section

Keynote speaker: Pedro Filipe Cunha (Director of CENI)

Design, Developing and Implementing Cyber-Physical Systems – A Perspective Based on Some Portuguese’s initiatives

Networking Session: “Cult Open” and intercultural competency in the context of integration of migrants
15:00 – 15:30 Hosted by: Miriam ŠEFČÍKOVÁ /Hotel de Guimaraes/
Paper: Intelligent Hardware-Software Platform for Efficient Coupling of Water-Energy Nexus in Smart Cities: A Conceptual FrameworkAuthors: Pindoriya Naran, Duchon Markus, Gupta Pragya Kirti, Pampana Venkatesh, Singh S. N., Giza Jakob, Hackenberg Bastian, Rajput Arvind Kumar, Jethi Janki

Paper: Simulator for Smart City Environment

Authors: Martins Ricardo Manuel Santos, Santos Henrique, Leite Aníbal, Matos Álvaro, Cunha Paulo

15:30 – 15:45 Coffee break
15:45 – 17:00 Hosted by: Anna SANIUK /Hotel de Guimaraes/
Paper: Smart Collaborative Learning Environment for Visually Impaired ChildrenAuthors: Ruhiyati Idayu Abu Talib, Predrag K. Nikolic, Mohd Shahrizal Sunar, Rui Prada
Paper: Tested on IT communication in Smart Grid: a cyber security demonstrationAuthors: Soupionis Yannis, Andreadou Nikoleta, Benoist Thierry
Invited paper: Smart Surveillance Systems and Their Applications  Authors: Mircea Petic, Andrei Braicov, Ivan Budanaev, Marco Cosentino , Walter Matta, Alessandro Mattiacci

Paper: Software-Defined Networking for Smart Buildings: Advances and Challenges

Authors: Mammeri Zoubir, Younus Muhammad Usman
Paper: Identifying Points of Interest and Similar Individuals from Raw GPS DataAuthor: Andrade Thiago
Paper: FMWare: IoT-based Fleet Management System Authors: Flinner Patrick, Lim Jung Soo, Abbott Russell, Urbina, Sammy, Al Rawi Mohammed
17:00 – 17:30 Closing and awarding ceremony

HealthyIoT 2018 first day program

5th EAI International Conference on IoT Technologies for HealthCare
HealthyIoT 2018 website

November 22
08:30-09:00 Registration
09:30-10:30 Summit program
10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
10:45-12:30 Summit program
12:30-14:00 Lunch
2:00pm Keynote#1

IoT Sensors in the Framework of Aging in Place

Bart Vanrumste

2:45pm Keynote#2

Pervasive Electrocardiography

Hugo Silva

3:30 – 3:45 pm Coffee Break
4:00pm 1. Study of Mechanomyographic Alternatives to EMG Sensors for a Low-Cost Open Source Bionic Hand

Milton Macedo, Hugo Silva

4:30pm 2. Comparison of Different Polymeric Materials for Mobile Off-the-Person ECG

Daniel Osorio, Alexandre Pitães, Nuno Gonçalves, Ricardo Freitas, Carlos Ribeiro, Ricardo Sá, Hugo Gamboa, Hugo Silva

5:00pm 3. Sleep detection using physiological signals from a wearable device

Mahmoud Assaf, Aïcha Rizzotti-Kaddouri, Magdalena Punceva

5:30pm 4. An Exergame Integrated with IoT to Support Remote Rehabilitation

Kyle Mulholland, Sari Merilampi

Hugo Plácido da Silva
Bart Vanrumste
Day 3
23 Nov 2018

GreeNets 2018 second day program

Friday 23rd
08:30-09:00 Registration
09:30-10:30 SESSION 3

A Selective Harmonic Compensation
with Current Limiting Algorithm

Power Electronics Converters for an Electric Vehicle
Fast Charging Station with Storage Capability

Experimental Evaluation of Magnetostrictive
Strain of Electrical Steel

10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
10:45-12:15 SESSION 4

Design of Compact LoRa Devices
for Smart Building Applications

Electro-Optical System for Evaluation of Dynamic Inductive Wireless Power Transfer to Electric Vehicles

On the effects of parameter adjustment on the performance of PSO-based MPPT of a PV-energy generation system

Multi-temporal active power scheduling and voltage/var control in autonomous microgrids

12:15 End

Intetain 2018 second day program

08:30-09:00 Registration (Centro Cultural Vila Flor, Guimarães)
09:00-09:45 Keynote (chair Pedro Branco): Syntropic Counterpoints: Philosophical Content Generated Between Two Artificial Intelligence Clones, by Predrag K. Nikolic
09:50-10:30 Session 3

chair Luís Magalhães

279481 A Machine Learning Approach to Detect Violent Behaviour from Video

279228 A brief overview on the evolution of drawing machines

10:30-10:45 Coffee Break (Restaurant)
10:45-12:15 Session 4

chair Paulo Cortez

279132 Exploring Novel Methodology for Classifying Cognitive Workload

279544 Microbial Integration on Computer Gaming Experience

279437 Scene Reconstruction for Storytelling in 360o Videos

279169 Virtual and Augmented Reality interfaces in shared game environments: a novel approach

HealthyIoT 2018 second day program

November 23


1. Security challenges and suggested solutions For e-health information in modern society

Nureni Azeez, Charles Van der Vyver


2. Internet-of-Things Based Respiratory Rate Monitoring for Early Detection of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Diseases

Amaia Soubelet, Rahul Krishnan Pathinarupothi, Srihari Rangan, E.V. Kripesh, P. Durga, Unnikrishna Menon


3. A Machine Learning Method for Screening Children with Patent Ductus Arteriosus using Intelligent Phonocardiography

Arash Gharehbaghi, Ankica Babic, Amir Sepehri

10:30 – 10:45amCoffee Break11:00am

4. Identification of medical IoT devices APIs through ontology mapping techniques

Argyro Mavrogiorgou, Athanasios Kiourtis, Dimosthenis Kyriazis


5. Context Awareness as resource for monitoring elderly depressed

Edwing Almeida, Marcela Buitrón, Marco Ferruxca


6. Telemonitoring Devices and Systems: Current Status and Future Trends