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Oliver Korn <[log in to unmask]>
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Oliver Korn <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 9 Jan 2019 10:02:07 +0100
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Dear friends & colleagues,

we cordially invite you to submit papers to the ACM PETRA conference and
workshops. 2019 the conference will be in Rhodes  from June 5 to 7. The
proceedings, including workshop papers, are published in the ACM Digital

- January 23: Conference Full Papers (5-10 pages) and Short Papers (3-4
- February 25: Workshop Papers
- March 1: Conference Poster Papers

Research areas include, but are not limited to:
- Healthcare Informatics
- Big Data Management
- Data Privacy and Remote Health Monitoring
- Games for Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation
- User Interface Design and Usability
- Reasoning Systems and Machine Learning
- Affective Computing
- Cyberlearning : Theory, Methods and Technologies
- Human-Robot Interaction
- Human-Centered Computing
- Human Monitoring
- Haptics
- Gesture and Motion Tracking
- Cognitive Modeling
- Wearable Computing
- Interactions and the Internet of Things (IoT)

Applications include, but are not limited to:
- Sensor networks for pervasive health care
- Mobile and wireless technologies
- Healthcare privacy and data security
- Smart rehabilitation systems
- Game design for cognitive assessment and social interaction
- Behavior monitoring systems
- Computer vision in healthcare
- Virtual and augmented reality environments
- Ambient assisted living
- Navigation systems
- Collaboration and data sharing
- Wearable devices
- Drug delivery evaluation
- Vocational safety and health monitoring
- Eyetracking
- Telemedicine and biotechnology
- Technologies for senior living
- Social impact of pervasive technologies
- Intelligent assistive environments
- Technologies to provide assessment and intervention for Stroke recovery,
spinal cord injury, and multiple sclerosis
- Technologies for improving quality of daily living
- Robotics research for rehabilitation and tele-rehabilitation
- Innovative design for smart wheelchairs and smart canes
- Computer based training systems for artificial limbs and prosthetics
- Disability computing: Smart systems to assist persons with visual,
hearing, and loss of limb functionalities
- Smart Cities of the Future
- Assistive Technologies for Urban Environments

1. AGENT - A Multimodal Signal Sensing and Analysis Workshop for Assistive
Environments for Improving Quality-of-Life
2.  Behave - A Workshop on Affective and Cognitive Modeling for
Personalization in Intelligent Interactive Systems (IIS)
3. NOTION - A Workshop on Human Behaviour Monitoring, Interpretation and
4. SafeHealth - A Workshop on the Power of Big Data to Improve Patient
Safety and Cost Effectiveness
5. COACH - A Workshop on Personalized Coaching for the Wellbeing of an
Ageing Society
6. DAEM - A Workshop on Designing Assistive Environments for Manufacturing
7. SmartWork - A Workshop on Smart, Personalized and Age-Friendly Working
8. AR4U - A Workshop on Assistive Robots: Technological Challenges and the
User Perspective
9. RoboSense - A Workshop on Robotic Sensing in Human-Robot Interaction
10. SocialRobots - A Workshop on the Past, the Present and the Future of
Digital Companions 
11. IPTAMA - A Workshop on Image Processing Technologies for Assistive
Medical Applications

Best, Oliver
Prof. Dr. Oliver Korn
Director ACI: Affective & Cognitive Institute 
PC-Chair PETRA 19

Offenburg University 
Badstr. 24, 77652 Offenburg, Germany 
Tel.  +49 (0) 781 / 205 - 4690  

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