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Sun, 15 Sep 2013 22:28:33 -0700
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Dear colleagues:
We are excited to invite you to the 

SenseCam and Pervasive Imaging Conference 2013

that will take place in beautiful San Diego (California, USA) on November 18-19, 2013.
The program committee and the organization committee worked hard to ensure a high quality scientific program, several expert panels, and a spectacular keynote speaker. SenseCam 2013 will feature 9 full paper presentations, 3 short paper presentations, 7 posters, a range of expert panel topics, and a hands-on SenseCam workshop. 
We are happy to share the technical program with you and we look forward to see you in San Diego in November.
Early Registration is currently open, so we encourage you to register soon.
SenseCam 2013
4th International SenseCam and Pervasive Imaging Conference
San Diego, California, USA, November 18-19 2013

Nadir Weibel and Cathal Gurrin, PC Co-Chairs
Jacquline Kerr, General Chair

Monday November 18th, Keynote
Dr. Jim Gemell, PhD, is the CTO of Trōv and co-author of the book: Your Life, Uploaded: The Digital Way To Better Memory, Health and Productivity.

Tuesday. November 19th, Panel
Future of Image Data for Health

Tentative Program
Session 1: Pervasive Images 

-“Measuring Time Spent Outdoors Using a Wearable Camera and GPS”
Michael S. Lam (University of California, San Diego), Suneeta Godbole, Jacqueline Chen, Melody Oliver, Hannah Badland, Simon J. Marshall, Paul Kelly, Charlie Foster, Aiden Doherty, Jacqueline Kerr
-“Comparison of Passive Versus Active Photo Capture of Built Environment Features by Technology Naïve Latinos Using the SenseCam and Stanford Healthy Neighborhood Discovery Tool”
Jylana L. Sheats (Stanford University), Sandra J. Winter, Priscilla Padilla-Romero, Lisa Goldman-Rosas, Lauren A. Grieco, Abby C. King

-“Line Image Signature for Scene Understanding with a Wearable Vision System”
Alejandro Rituerto (University of Zaragoza, Spain), Ana C. Murillo, J.J. Guerrero
-“Do You See What I See: Crowdsource Annotation of Captured Scenes”
J. Aaron Hipp (Washington University, St. Louis), Deepti Adlakha, Rebecca Gernes, Agata Kargol, Robert Pleass
Session 2: Nutrition and Physical Activity
-“Feasibility of Identifying Eating Moments from First-Person Images Leveraging Human Computation”
Edison Thomaz (Georgia Institute of Technology), Aman Parnami, Irfan Essa, Gregory D. Abowd
-“Using the SenseCam as an Objective Tool for Evaluating Eating Patterns”
Jacqueline Chen (University of California, San Diego), Simon J. Marshall, Lu Wang, Suneeta Godbole, Amanda Legge, Aiden Doherty, Paul Kelly, Melody Oliver, Ruth Patterson, Charlie Foster, Jacqueline Kerr
-“The Feasibility of Using SenseCams to Measure the Type and Context of Daily Sedentary Behaviors”
Catherine Marinac (San Diego State University; University of California, San Diego), Gina Merchant, Suneeta Godbole, Jacqueline Chen, Jacqueline Kerr, Bronwyn Clark, Simon Marshall
-“Using SenseCam to Capture Children’s Exposure to Food Marketing: A Feasibility Study”
Michelle Barr (University of Otago, New Zealand), Louise Signal, Gabrielle Jenkin, Moira Smith
Session 3: SenseCam Experiences
-“Experiencing SenseCam: A Case Study Interview Exploring Seven Years Living with a Wearable Camera”
Niamh Caprani (CLARITY, Dublin City University, Ireland), Noel E. O’Connor and Cathal Gurrin
-“Influencing Health-Related Behaviour with Wearable Cameras: Strategies & Ethical Considerations”
Aiden Doherty (University of Oxford), Wilby Williamson, Melvyn Hillsdon, Steve Hodges, Charlie Foster and Paul Kelly
-“Exploring the Technical Challenges of Visual Lifelogging”
Cathal Gurrin (CLARITY, Dublin City University, Ireland), Alan Smeaton, Aiden Doherty, Zhengwei Qiu
-“The Use of the Sensecam to Explore Daily Functioning of Older Adults with Chronic Pain”
Gemma Wilson (Teesside University, UK), Derek Jones, Patricia Schofield, Denis Martin
-“Visualizing and Managing Stress through Colors and Images”
Basel Kikhia (Luleå University of Technology, Sweden), Josef Hallberg
-“Eating Activity Detection from Images Acquired by a Wearable Camera”
Xin Sun (Harbin Institute of Technology, China), Hongxun Yao, Wenyan Jia, Mingui Sun
-“Personal Lifelog Visualization”
Yang Yang (CLARITY, Dublin City University, Ireland), Cathal Gurrin
-“Using SenseCam Images to Assess the Environment”
Suzanne Mavoa (Massey University, New Zealand), Melody Oliver, Jacqueline Kerr, Aiden Doherty and Karen Witten
-“Line Image Signature for Scene Understanding with a Wearable Vision System”
Alejandro Rituerto (University of Zaragoza, Spain), Ana C. Murillo, J.J. Guerrero
-“SenseCam as an Everyday Memory Rehabilitation Tool for Youth with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder”
Sabrina Agnihotri (University of Toronto, Canada), Joanne Rovet, Deb Cameron, Carmen Rasmussen, Jennifer Ryan, and Michelle Keightley
-“Physical Activity Recognition in Free-living from Body-worn Sensors”
Katherine Ellis (University of California, San Diego), Suneeta Godbole, Jacqueline Chen, Simon Marshall, Gert Lanckiet, Jacqueline Kerr
-“MemoryMesh—Lifelogs as Densely Linked Hypermedia”
Lijuan Marissa Zhou (CLARITY, Dublin City University, Ireland), Cathal Gurrin
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