Programme

Plenary Sessions

Ichiro Satoh Mobile Agent: Lost Agent Technology. Why could Mobile Agents be in Practice?
Wednesday, 21st June, 2017, 10:00 - 11:00, Auditório Magno

Alexander V. Smirnov, Context-Aware Decision Support in Socio-Cyberphysical Systems: from Smart Space-Based Applications to Human-Computer Cloud Services
Thursday, 22nd June, 2017, 10:00 - 11:00, Auditório Magno

Paulo Leitão, Industrial Agents in the Context of Industry 4.0
Friday, 23th June, 2017, 10:00 - 11:00, Auditório Magno


Main Track

Session 1: Artificial intelligent technologies and algorithms for TEL

Thursday, 22nd June, 2017, 11.30 - 13.30, Room H424

Chair: Tania Di Mascio (University of L'Aquila, Italy)

  • A Fuzzy-based Multi-Agent Model for Group Formation in Collaborative Learning Environments - Sebastián Torres, Oscar M. Salazar, and Demetrio A. Ovalle
  • Using Large Margin Nearest Neighbor Regression Algorithm to Predict Student Grades Based on Social Media Traces - Florin Leon, and Elvira Popescu
  • Adaptive agent-based environment model to enable the teacher to create an adaptive class - Cecilia Giuffra Palomino, Carolina Schmitt Nunes, Ricardo Azambuja Silveira, Sara Rodríguez González, and Marina Keiko Nakayama
  • Answer Identification Model for Methodological Question in Student Texts - Samuel González-López, and Aurelio López-López
  • The Design of a Smart Tray with its Canteen Users: a Formative Study - Vincenzo del Fatto, Rosella Gennari, Alessandra Melonio, and Guerriero Raimato
  • Analysis Learning Styles though Attentiveness - Dalila Durães, Javier Bajo, and Paulo Novais

Session 2: Methodologies for the design, personalisation, user modelling and adaptation in TEL

Thursday, 22nd June, 2017, 14.30 - 16.30, Room H424

Chair: Rosella Gennari (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy)

  • Assessing the Role of Computer Simulation in Chemistry Learning - Margarida Figueiredo, Catarina Rafael, José Neves, and Henrique Vicente
  • Literature-based analysis of the potentials and the limitations of using simulation in nursing education - Cristina Petrucci, Carmen La Cerra, Valeria Caponnetto, Ilaria Franconi, Elona Gaxhja, Ivan Rubbi, and Loreto Lancia
  • Use of Internet and Wellbeing: A Mixed-Device Survey - Daniela Raccanello, Roberto Burro, Margherita Brondino, and Margherita Pasini
  • SNIFF: a game-based assessment and training tool for the sense of smell - Michela Ponticorvo, Fabrizio Ferrara, Raffale Di Fuccio, Andrea Di Ferdinando, and Orazio Miglino
  • Psychology of programming: the role of creativity, empathy and systemizing - Margherita Pasini, Ugo Solitro, Margherita Brondino, Roberto Burro, Daniela Raccanello, and Margherita Zorzi

Session 3: Technology-based learning experiences and game-based learning studies

Friday, 23th June, 2017, 14.30 - 15.45, Room H202

Chair: Ana Belén Gil González (University of Salamanca, Spain)

  • Toward a Cognitive Robotics Laboratory based on a Technology Enhanced Learning approach - Giovanni De Gasperis, Tania Di Mascio, and Laura Tarantino
  • First Steps Towards the Design of Tangibles for Graph Algorithmic Thinking - Andrea Bonani, Vincenzo Del Fatto, Gabriella Dodero, Rosella Gennari, and Guerriero Raimato
  • EOLo: a Serious Mobile Game to Support Learning Processes - Oscar M. Salazar, Santiago Álvarez, and Demetrio A. Ovalle
  • TEL methodologies in Health Education. Effectiveness of a group educational intervention in patients with T2DM - Elena Martín González, María Serrano Galán, Jesús Martín González, and Angélica González Arrieta

Doctoral consortium

Organizer: Isabel Praça (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal)

Session 1: Algorithms, Multiagent systems and Large-scale systems

Wednesday, 21st June, 2017, 17.30 - 19.00, Room H309

Chair: Isabel Praça (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal)

  • Self-healing mechanism over the cloud on interaction layer for AALs using HARMS - Mauricio Gomez, Abdelghani Chibani, Yacine Amirat, Eric T. Matson
  • Acceleration of Dissimilarity-based Classification Algorithms using Multi-core Computation - Ana-Lorena Uribe-Hurtado, Mauricio Orozco-Alzate
  • New perspectives in the study of Advanced Persistent Threats - Santiago Quintero Bonilla, Angel Martín Del Rey, Araceli Queiruga-Dios
  • Multi-agent Web Recommender System for online educational environments - Joaquim Neto
  • Towards Modelling Organisational Dynamics for Large-Scale Multiagent Systems - Bogdan Okreša Ðuric
  • Active ageing agents - Alfredo Carvalho
  • Malware Propagation Software for Wireless Sensor Networks - Farrah Kristel Batista, Ángel Martín Del Rey, Araceli Queiruga-Dios
  • Rethinking posts through emotion awareness - Guillem Aguado Sarrió, Vicente Javier Julián Inglada, Ana María García Fornes

Session 2: Energy Management

Wednesday, 21st June, 2017, 17.30 - 19.00, Room H424

Chair: Goreti Marreiros (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal)

  • Decision support for smart grid planning and operation considering reliability and all available resources - Bruno Canizes, Zita Vale
  • Decision Support for Agents’ Participation in Electricity Markets - Ricardo Faia, Tiago Pinto, Zita Vale
  • Decision Support System for the Negotiation of Bilateral Contracts in Electricity Markets - Francisco Silva, Tiago Pinto, Isabel Praça, Zita Vale
  • Organization-based Multi-Agent System of Local Electricity Market: Bottom-Up Approach - Amin Shokri Gazafroudi, Francisco Prieto-Castrillo, Tiago Pinto, Juan Manuel Corchado
  • µGIM – Microgrids Intelligent Management System Based on a Multi-agent Approach and the Active Participation on Demand Response- Luis Gomes, Zita Vale
  • Remuneration and Tariffs in the Context of Virtual Power Players - Ana Catarina Ribeiro, Tiago Pinto, Zita Vale, Jose Baptista
  • Real-Time Implementation of Demand Response Programs Based on Open ADR Technology - Omid Abrishambaf, Pedro Faria, Zita Vale
  • Big Data in efficient Smart Grids management - Eugénia Vinagre, Tiago Pinto, Zita Vale, Carlos Ramos
  • Ontologies for the Interoperability of Heterogeneous Multi-Agent Systems in the scope of Energy and Power Systems - Gabriel Santos, Tiago Pinto, Zita Vale

Session 3: Big Data, Smart cities and Industry 4.0

Friday, 23rd June, 2017, 12.45 - 13.30, Room H309

Chair: Tiago Pinto (University of Salamanca, Spain)

  • A Study on IoT Technologies in Smart Cities (An Exploratory Study in India) - Somayya Madakam
  • Pattern extraction for the design of predictive models in Industry 4.0 - Ines Sitton, Juan Manuel Corchado, Sara Rodriguez
  • Challenges in Smart Spaces: Aware of users, preferences, behaviours and habits - Pedro Oliveira, Paulo Novais, Paulo Matos
  • Tackling the interleaving problem in activity discovery - Eoin Rogers, Robert Ross, John Kelleher

Session 4: Simulation and communications

Friday, 23rd June, 2017, 15.45 - 16.30, Room H202

Chair: Pedro Faria (Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal)

  • An actor-based bottom-up simulation aid for complex dynamic decision making - Souvik Barat
  • Tools Control Center to Enable the Joint Simulation of Multi-Agent Systems - Brigida Teixeira, Tiago Pinto, Gabriel Santos, Isabel Praça, Zita Vale
  • On the optimal NFVI-PoP placement for SDN-enabled 5G networks - Alejandro Santoyo-González, Cristina Cervelló-Pastor
  • Multi-agent Based Uncoordinated Channel Hopping in the IEEE 802.15.4e - Aydin Homay, Mario De Sousa, Luis Almeida, Antonio Martins, Eugénio Oliveira