Program At a Glance (GMT)

Detailed Program

Day 1 – November 30 

Opening session:  14:00 Zoom

Keynote Session I 14:30 Zoom

Keynote Speaker: Prof. Emilio Luque

Shortbio: Emilio Luque is an emeritus professor at the Computer Architecture and Operating System Department at University Autonoma of Barcelona (UAB), Spain, where he is leading the HPC4EAS research group. Invited professor in different universities in USA, Asia, Europe and South America, key note speaker in Computer Science Conferences, leader in several research projects founded by the European Union (EU), the Spanish government and different companies.

Keynote title: Computer simulation for healthcare: the “glass-box” approach

Poster/Demo Session: 15:30 Zoom

Design and optimization of a mechanism, suitable for finger rehabilitation – Alireza Abbasimoshaei
Development of a wrist rehabilitation game with haptic feedback – Alireza Abbasimoshaei

Session 1: 16:30 – 18:00 Zoom

Deep learning glaucoma detection models in retinal images capture by mobile devices – Roberto Flávio Rezende, Ana Coelho, Rodrigo Fernandes, José Camara, Alexandre Neto, António Cunha
Preliminary study of deep learning algorithms for metaplasia detection in upper gastrointestinal endoscopy – Alexandre Neto, Sofia Ferreira, Diogo Libânio, Mário Dinis-Ribeiro, Miguel Coimbra, António Cunha
Diabetic Retinopathy Detection using Convolutional Neural Networks for Mobile Use – Meltem Esengönül, Anselmo Cardoso de Paiva, João Miguel Rodrigues, António Cunha
A Generalization Study of Automatic Pericardial Segmentation in Computed Tomography Images – Rúben Baeza Silva, Carolina Santos, Fábio Nunes, Fábio Nunes, Jennifer Mancio, Ricardo Fontes Carvalho, Miguel Coimbra, Francesco Renna, João Pedrosa

Day 2 – December 1

Session 2: 9:30 – 11:00 Zoom

Evaluating Rotation Invariant Strategies for Mitosis Detection through YOLO Algorithms – Dibet Garcia Gonzalez, João Carias, Yusbel Chavez Castilla, João Rodriguez, Luís Gonzaga, António Cunha, Telmo Adão, Rui Jesus, Vitor Manuel Leitão de Sousa, Lina Carvalho, Rui Almeida
Integrated design method and Usability outcomes of a Mobile Application for Psychological Well-Being During Pregnancy – Paolo Perego, Maria Terraroli
Page Inspector – Web Page Analyser – Francisco Filipe, António Jorge Gouveia
A Review on Deep Learning based Automatic Lipreading – Paulo Coelho, Carlos Santos, António Cunha
Understanding User Trust in Different Recommenders and Smartphone Applications – Siva Simhadri, Sudip Vhaduri

Session 3: 11:30 – 13:00 Zoom

Investigating the perception of the elderly population about comfort, safety and security when using active modes of transport – Soraia Felicio, Joana Hora, Marta Campos Ferreira, Diogo Abrantes, Fabio Luna, Jorge Silva, Miguel Coimbra, Teresa Galvão Dias
Getting contact to elderly associates through the ICT: an exploratory study – Guilherme Martins, Violeta Carvalho, Carlota Afecto, Senhorinha Teixeira, Cristina Rodrigues
Using Wearable Devices to Mitigate Bias in Patient Reported Outcomes for Aging Populations – John Michael Templeton, Christian Poellabauer, Sandra Schneider
Exploring a Modular Approach for Deploying and Testing Cardiac Image Processing and Analysis Methods in the Clinical Workflow – João Abrantes, Samuel Silva, Nuno Almeida
Building Digital Health Systems to support treatment administration: a case study – Ana González, Ana M. Bernardos

Session 4: 14:30 – 16:00 Zoom

A Brief Review on the Video Summarization for Glaucoma Detection – Paulo Coelho, Tales Correia, António Cunha
Design of a Novel Reconfigurable Wearable Antenna Based on Textile Materials and Snap-on Buttons – Sofia Bakogianni, Aris Tsolis, Antonis Alexandridis
Measures to improve health performing of an accommodation building. A study case – Sandra Pereira, Isabel Bentes, Carla Teixeira, Jorge Pinto
Highlighting the danger of water storage zones in Baixo Tâmega Valley – Sandra Pereira, Jorge Pinto, Isabel Bentes, Cristina Reis, Paula Braga

Session 5:  16:00 – 17:30 Zoom

Remote Secured Monitoring Application for Respiratory Ventilator Implementations – Sergio Branco, Ertugrul Dogruluk, Pedro Mestre, Carlos Ferreira, Rui Cordeiro, Rui Teixeira, Bruno Gaspar, Jorge Cabral
A Platform Architecture for m-Health Internet of Things Platform – Pedro Mestre, Ertugrul Dogruluk, Carlos Ferreira, Rui Cordeiro, João Valente, Sérgio Branco, Bruno Gaspar, Jorge Cabral
Artificial Intelligence based procedural content generation in serious games for health: The case of childhood obesity – Eleftherios Kalafatis, Konstantinos Mitsis, Konstantia Zarkogianni, Konstantia Zarkogianni, Maria Athanasiou, Antonis Voutetakis, Nicolas Nicolaides, Evi Chatzidaki, Nektaria Polychronaki, Vassia Chioti, Panagiota Pervanidou, Konstantinos Perakis, Danae Antonopoulou, Efi Papachristou, Christina Kanaka Gantenbein, Konstantina Nikita
Machine Learning for Drug Efficiency Prediction – Hafida Tiaiba, Lyazid Sabri, Abdelghani Chibani, Okba Kazar
Medical Information Systems in Portugal: Short Literature Review – Bruna Rodrigues, Rita Matos, Silva Guedes, Ivan Miguel Pires, António Jorge Gouveia

Day 3 – December 2

Session 6: 9:30 – 11:00 Zoom

eSleepApnea – a tool to aid the detection of sleep apnea – Rui Alves, Paulo Matos, João Ascensão, Diogo Camelo
Prediction of Ventricular Tachyarrhythmia using Deep Learning – Dalila Barbosa, Eduardo Solteiro Pires, Argentina Leite, Paulo Moura Oliveira
Myocardial Infarction prediction using Deep Learning – Catarina Cruz, Argentina Leite, Eduardo Solteiro Pires, Luis Torres Pereira
An analysis of usage and reporting patterns in a mobile health application – Ana González, Ana M. Bernardos
Harnessing the Role of Speech Interaction in Smart Environments towards Improved Adaptability and eHealth – Fábio Barros, Ana Rita Valente, António Teixeira, Samuel Silva

Keynote Session II: 11:30 – 13:00 Zoom

Closing session

Keynote Speaker: Prof. Helder Oliveira

Shortbio: He is currently working as Senior Researcher at INESC TEC and is the Leader of the Visual Computing and Machine Intelligence Area, and member of the coordination council of the Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia. He is also one of the coordinators of the Data Science Hub at INESC TEC. He is also working at the Computer Science Department of the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Porto as an Invited Assistant Professor. He co-authored 40+ international peer-reviewed papers, have one patent conceded (Europe, China, Japan) and 80+ works in international conferences. In total, these publications have attracted +900 citations, with an h-index of 18 according to Google Scholar. His research interests include Computer Vision and Machine Learning on biomedical fields.

Keynote title: Computer Vision and Machine Learning Challenges in Cancer Research