Date Session Time Hall A Hall B Room 1+2 Room 3 Hall C, Room 7, room 8 Foyer Knowledge Theater
(4F, North Build.)



Room 6
Registration 8:00 - 9:00 setup room     Registration
Early Morning 9:00 - 10:30

Opening Plenary

(Opening keynote)

  Setup Demos/Exhibits Setup Posters
Break 10:30 - 11:30   Coffee
(Core time: Group A)
Late Morning 11:30 - 12:50 Novel Sensing Techniques Tracking User's Health

Design and Experiment


ISWC/Smartwatches   Posters
Lunch 12:50 - 14:30  

N2 Women Meeting

Sandwiches Served

Setup for Gadget Show Plus Demos , Industrial Exhibits
Early Afternoon 14:30 - 15:50

Cameras, Circuits

and Interfaces

Development Tools

and Frameworks

Quantifying and Communicating

through Wearables

Break 15:50 - 16:20   Coffee
Late Afternoon 16:20 - 17:30 Sensing with Smartphones

Interacting with

Animals and Flying Robots

Security Tricks setup
  17:30 - 18:00 Gadget Show Plus (live stream) Gadget Show Plus  
Evening 18:00 - 20:40  

(Hall C, Room 3, 8, 9)

 (Core time:
18:00-19:00 Group A,
19:20-20:20 Group B)


Date Session Time Hall A Hall B Room 1+2 Room 3 Hall C , Room 7, room 8 Foyer Knowledge Theater
(4F, North Build.)



Room 6
Early Morning 9:30 - 10:40

Reshaping UbiComp


Combating Negative

Experience and Feelings




Systems and Devices


Demos and

Industrial Exhibits




Break 10:40 - 11:20   Coffee
Late Morning 11:20 - 12:30

Engagement and



and Textiles

Urban Dynamics For a Better Workplace  
Lunch 12:30 - 14:10   Setup room
Early Afternoon 14:10 - 15:30


Recognition I

Sensing with Crowds


and Personal

DIY Tools

and Strategies

Break 15:30 - 16:30   Coffee
(Core time: Group B)
Setup Exhibition
Late Afternoon 16:30 - 17:40

Are You

Busy or Bored?

Social Life Indoor Localization


Recognition II

  Posters Design Exhibition
Evening 17:40 - 18:30    
  19:00 - 21:00 Clearing Banquet


Date Session Time Hall A Hall B Room 1+2 Room 3 Hall C , Room 7, room 8 Foyer Knowledge Theater
(4F, North Build.)



Room 6
Early Morning 9:30 - 10:50

People, Traces

and Behaviors

Sensing and Recognition


New Wearable Applicatoins


and Navigation


Demos and

Industrial Exhibits




Break 10:50 - 11:30   Coffee
Late Morning 11:30 - 12:40 Skill Development



Smarter Homes

and Vehicles

Understanding and

Protecting Privacy

Lunch 12:40 - 14:10


meeting (lunchbox)

Early Afternoon 14:10 - 15:30


Sensing Systems


Apps & Usage

Public Displays Tracking in the Wild Clearing
Break 15:30 - 16:00   Coffee
Late Afternoon 16:00 - 17:30

Closing Session (Plenary Session)

(Closing Keynote)






Presentation Format

  • Papers : 20 minutes (16 minutes for the presentation and 4 minutes for Q&A)
  • Notes : 10 minutes (8 minutes for the presentation and 2 minutes for Q&A)
  • Briefs : 10 minutes (8 minutes for the presentation and 2 minutes for Q&A)

We have standard projectors (D-sub connections and 4:3 aspect ratio) and audio equipment for presentations. If you need any special assistance for your presentations, please contact your session chair.


UbiComp Awards

UbiComp 2015 gives awards to papers that demonstrate exceptional contributions to ubiquitous computing.

Best Paper Award : given to a paper that was identified by the Program Committee as being among the top 1% of all submissions to UbiComp 2015.

Honorable Mention Award : given to a paper that was identified by the Program Committee as being among the top 5% of all submissions to UbiComp 2015.


ISWC Awards

ISWC 2015 gives awards to papers that demonstrate exceptional contributions to ubiquitous computing.

Best Paper Award : given to the paper that was identified by the Program Committee as being the top submission to ISWC 2015. The paper will be selected among ISWC honorable mention winners. This award will be announced during the conference.

Honorable Mention Award : given to a paper that was identified by the Program Committee as being among the top 3% of all submissions to ISWC 2015.



Full Citation in the ACM Digital Library

Proceedings of the 2015 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing
Proceedings of the 2015 ACM International Symposium on Wearable Computers





Novel Sensing Techniques

9/9 Late Morning 11:30 - 12:50, Hall A

Session C hair: Yoshihiro Kawahara, University of Tokyo

[Paper] SoQr: Sonically Quantifying the Content Level inside Containers
Mingming Fan, Khai Truong

[Paper] MagnifiSense: Inferring Device Interaction Using Wrist-Worn Passive Magneto-Inductive Sensors
Edward Wang, Tien-jui Lee, Alex Mariakakis, Mayank Goel, Sidhant Gupta, Shwetak Patel

[Paper] MyoVibe: Vibration Based Wearable Muscle Activation Detection in High Mobility Exercises
Frank Mokaya, Pei Zhang, Hae Young Noh, Roland Lucas

[Paper] DoppleSleep: A Contactless Unobtrusive Sleep Sensing System Using Short-Range Doppler Radar
Tauhidur Rahman, Alexander Adams, Ruth Vinisha Ravichandran, Mi Zhang, Shwetak Patel, Julie Kientz, Tanzeem Choudhury

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Tracking User's Health

9/9 Late Morning 11:30 - 12:50, Hall B

Session C hair: Jakob E. Bardram, IT University of Copenhagen

[Paper] SymDetector: Detecting Sound-Related Respiratory Symptoms Using Smartphones
Xiao Sun, Zongqing Lu, Wenjie Hu, Guohong Cao

[Paper] Evaluating Tooth Brushing Performance with Smartphone Sound Data
Joseph Korpela, Ryosuke Miyaji, Takuya Maekawa, Kazunori Nozaki, Hiroo Tamagawa

[Paper] SleepTight: Low-burden, Self-monitoring Technology for Capturing and Reflecting on Sleep Behaviors
Eun Kyoung Choe, Bongshin Lee, Matthew Kay, Wanda Pratt, Julie Kientz

[Paper] RunBuddy: A Smartphone System for Running Rhythm Monitoring
Tian Hao, Guoliang Xing, Gang Zhou

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Design and Experiment Approaches

9/9 Late Morning 11:30 - 12:50, Room 1+2

Session C hair: Janet van der Linden, Open University

[Paper] From Computational Thinking to Computational Making
Jennifer Rode, Anne Weibert, Andrea Marshall, Konstantin Aal, Thomas von Rekowski, Houda El mimouni, Jennifer Booker

[Paper] Supporting Reflection through Play: Field Testing the Home Trivia System
Tao Dong, Mark Newman, Mark Ackerman, Sarita Schoenebeck

[Paper] Getting Quizzical About Physical: Observing Experiences with a Tangible Questionnaire
Sarah Gallacher, Connie Golsteijn, Lorna Wall, Lisa Koeman, Sami Andberg, Licia Capra, Yvonne Rogers

[Paper] Evaluating Smartphone-based User Interface Designs for a 2D Psychological Questionnaire
Muhsin Ugur, Dvijesh Shastri, Panagiotis Tsiamyrtzis, Malcolm Dcosta, Allison Kalpakci, Carla Sharp, Ioannis Pavlidis

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9/9 Late Morning 11:30 - 12:50, Room 3

Session C hair: Kai Kunze , Keio University

[Paper] What Can a Dumb Watch Teach a Smartwatch? Informing the Design of Smartwatches
Kent Lyons (Technicolor, Los Altos, California, United States)

[Paper] Exploring Current Practices for Battery Use and Management of Smartwatches
Chulhong Min, Seungwoo Kang, Chungkuk Yoo, Jeehoon Cha, Sangwon Choi, Younghan Oh, Junehwa Song (KAIST, Daejeon, Korea)

[Paper] Smart-Watch Life Saver: Smart-Watch Interactive-Feedback System for Improving Bystander CPR
Agnes Grünerbl, Gerald Pirkl , Eloise Monger, Mary Gobbi, Paul Lukowicz (DFKI, Kaiserslautern, German; University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom)

[Note] (Smart)Watch Your Taps: Side-Channel Keystroke Inference Attacks using Smartwatches
Anindya Maiti, Murtuza Jadliwala, Jibo He, Igor Bilogrevic (Wichita State University, United States/Google, Inc., Switzerland)

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Cameras, Circuits and Interfaces

9/9 Early Afternoon 14:30 - 15:50, Hall A

Session C hair: James Scott, Microsoft Research

[Paper] HyperCam: Hyperspectral Imaging for Ubiquitous Computing Applications
Mayank Goel, Eric Whitmire, Alex Mariakakis, Scott Saponas, Neel Joshi, Dan Morris, Brian Guenter, Marcel Gavriliu, Gaetano Borriello, Shwetak Patel

[Paper] Reading between Lines: High-rate, Non-intrusive Visual Codes within Regular Videos via ImplicitCode
Shuyu Shi, Lin Chen, Wenjun Hu, Marco Gruteser

[Paper] Printing Multi-Key Touch Interfaces
Cagdas Karatas, Marco Gruteser

[Paper] Interconnection and Double Layer for Flexible Electronic Circuit with Instant Inkjet Circuits
Tung Ta, Masaaki Fukumoto, Koya Narumi, Shigeki Shino, Yoshihiro Kawahara, Tohru Asami

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Development Tools and Frameworks

9/9 Early Afternoon 14:30 - 15:50, Hall B

Session C hair: Nicholas D. Lane, Bell Labs

[Paper] EnTrack : A System Facility for Analyzing Energy Consumption of Android System Services
Seokjun Lee, Wonwoo Jung, Yohan Chon, Hojung Cha

[Paper] Prime: A Framework for Scaling Co-located Multi-Device Apps
David Chu, Zengbin Zhang, Alec Wolman, Nicholas Lane

[Paper] Supporting Mental Model Accuracy in Trigger-Action Programming
Justin Huang, Maya Cakmak

[Paper] Enhancing Mobile Apps to Use Sensor Hubs without Programmer Effort
Haichen Shen, Aruna Balasubramanian, Anthony Lamarca, David Wetherall

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Quantifying and Communicating through Wearables

9/9 Early Afternoon 14:30 - 15:50, Room 1+2

Session C hair: Thomas Ploetz, Newcastle University

[Paper] Object Hallmarks: Identifying Object Users Using Wearable Wrist Sensors
Juhi Ranjan, Kamin Whitehouse

[Paper] Landmark Identification with Wearables for Supporting Spatial Awareness by Blind Persons
Wallace Ugulino, Hugo Fuks

[Paper] Discovery of Everyday Human Activities From Long-term Visual Behaviour Using Topic Models
Julian Steil, Andreas Bulling

[Paper] Quantifying Reading Habits – Counting How Many Words You Read
Kai Kunze, Ömer Sacakli, Shoya Ishimaru, Andreas Dengel, Marcus Liwicki, Koichi Kise, Masahiko Inami

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Sensing with Smartphones

9/9 Late Afternoon 16:20 - 17:30, Hall A

Session C hair: Frank Bentley, Yahoo Research

[Paper] DeepEar: Robust Smartphone Audio Sensing in Unconstrained Acoustic Environments Using Deep Learning
Nicholas Lane, Petko Georgiev, Lorena Qendro

[Paper] Trajectories of Depression: Unobtrusive Monitoring of Depressive States by means of Smartphone Mobility Traces Analysis
Luca Canzian, Mirco Musolesi

[Paper] IDyLL: Indoor Localization using Inertial and Light Sensors on Smartphones
Qiang Xu, Rong Zheng, Steve Hranilovic

[Note] Monitoring Building Door Events using Barometer Sensor in Smartphones
Muchen Wu, Parth Pathak, Prasant Mohapatra

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Interacting with Animals and Flying Robots

9/9 Late Afternoon 16:20 - 17:30, Hall B

Session C hair: Gregory Abowd, Georgia Institute of Technology

[Paper] Dancing with Horses: Automatic Quality Feedback for Dressage Riders
Robin Thompson, Ilias Kyriazakis, Amey Holden, Patrick Olivier, Thomas Ploetz

[Paper] Designing an Emergency Communication System for Human and Assistance Dog Partnerships
Charlotte Robinson, Clara Mancini, Janet van der Linden, Lydia Swanson, Helen Marsden, Jose Valencia, Brendan Aengenheister

[Paper] Diri - the Actuated Helium Balloon: A Study of Autonomous Behaviour in Interfaces
Diana Nowacka, Nils Hammerla, Christopher Elsden, Thomas Ploetz, David Kirk

[Note] Drone & Me: An Exploration Into Natural Human-Drone Interaction
Jessica Cauchard, Jane E, Kevin Zhai, James Landay

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Security Tricks

9/9 Late Afternoon 16:20 - 17:30, Room 1+2

Session C hair: Anthony LaMarca, Intel Lab

[Paper] Physical Media Covert Channels on Smart Mobile Devices
Ed Novak, Yutao Tang, Zijiang Hao, Yifan Zhang, Qun Li

[Paper] Knock x Knock: The Design and Evaluation of a Unified Authentication Management System
Eiji Hayashi, Jason Hong

[Paper] Checksum Gestures: Continuous Gestures as an Out-of-Band Channel for Secure Pairing
Imtiaj Ahmed, Yina Ye, Sourav Bhattacharya, N. Asokan, Giulio Jacucci, Petteri Nurmi, Sasu Tarkoma

[Note] One-Button Recognizer: Exploiting Button Pressing Behavior for User Differentiation
Henning Pohl, Markus Krause, Michael Rohs

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Reshaping UbiComp Emvironments

9/10 Early Morning 9:30 - 10:40, Hall A

Session C hair: Judy Kay, University of Sydney

[Paper] A Comparison of Artificial Driving Sounds for Automated Vehicles
David Beattie, Lynne Baillie, Martin Halvey

[Paper] “If God Gives Me the Chance I will Design My Own Phone”: Exploring Mobile Phone Repair and Postcolonial Approaches to Design in Rural Kenya
Susan Wyche, Tawanna Dillahunt

[Paper] Reducing Users' Perceived Mental Effort Due to Interruptive Notifications in Multi-Device Mobile Environments
Tadashi Okoshi, Julian Ramos, Hiroki Nozaki, Jin Nakazawa, Anind Dey, Hideyuki Tokuda

[Note] L’evolved: Autonomous and Ubiquitous Utilities as Smart Agents
Harshit Agrawal, Sang-won Leigh, Pattie Maes

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Combating Negative Experience and Feelings

9/10 Early Morning 9:30 - 10:40, Hall B

Session C hair: Eun Kyoung Choe, Pennsylvania State University

[Paper] cStress: Towards a Gold Standard for Continuous Stress Assessment in the Mobile Environment
Karen Hovsepian, Mustafa al'absi, Emre Ertin, Thomas Kamarck, Motoshiro Nakajima, Santosh Kumar

[Paper] Visualization of Time-Series Sensor Data to Inform the Design of Just-In-Time Adaptive Stress Interventions
Moushumi Sharmin, Andrew Raij, David Epstein, Inbal Nahum-Shani, Gayle Beck, Sudip Vhaduri, Kenzie Preston, Santosh Kumar

[Paper] Using Physiological Sensors to Detect Levels of User Frustration Induced by System Delays
Brandon Taylor, Anind Dey, Dan Siewiorek, Asim Smailagic

[Paper] Towards a Mobile and Wearable System for Predicting Panic Attacks
Jonathan Rubin, Hoda Eldardiry, Rui Abreu, Shane Ahern, Honglu Du, Ashish Pattekar, Daniel Bobrow

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ISWC/Wearable Interfaces

9/10 Early Morning 9:30 - 10:40, Room 1+2

Session C hair: Hiroyuki Manabe , NTT DOCOMO

[Paper] ProximityHat - A Head-Worn System for Subtle Sensory Augmentation with Tactile Stimulation
Matthias Berning, Florian Braun, Till Riedel, Michael Beigl (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe, Germany)

[Note] Hot & Tight: Exploring Thermo and Squeeze 
Cues Recognition on Wrist Wearables>
Sunghyun Song, Geeyoung Noh, Junwoo Yoo, Ian Oakley, Jun Dong Cho, Andrea Bianchi (Human ICT Convergence, SKKU, Suwon, South Korea; University of Madeira, UNIST, Ulsan, Korea)

[Brief] Magnetic Input for Mobile Virtual Reality
Boris Smus, Christopher Riederer (Google/Columbia University, United States)

[Brief] Controlling Stiffness with Jamming for Wearable Haptics
Tim Simon, Ross Smith, Bruce Thomas (University of South Australia, Australia)

[Brief] PneuHaptic: Delivering Haptic Cues with a Pneumatic Armband
Liang He, Cheng Xu, Ding Xu, Ryan Brill (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States; Capital One, SAN FRANCISCO, California, United States)

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Low-power Systems and Devices

9/10 Early Morning 9:30 - 10:40, Room 3

Session C hair: David Chu, Microsoft Research

[Paper] Low-Power Pervasive Wi-Fi Connectivity Using WiScan
Tianxing Li, Chuankai An, Ranveer Chandra, Andrew Campbell, Xia Zhou

[Paper] Sandra Helps You Learn: the More You Walk, the More Battery Your Phone Drains
Chulhong Min, Chungkuk Yoo, Inseok Hwang, Seungwoo Kang, Youngki Lee, Seungchul Lee, Pillsoon Park, Changhun Lee, Seungpyo Choi, Junehwa Song

[Paper] Experiences with eNav: A Low-power Vehicular Navigation System
Shaohan Hu, Lu Su, Shen Li, Shiguang Wang, Chenji Pan, Siyu Gu, Tanvir Amin, Hengchang Liu, Suman Nath, Romit Roy Choudhury, Tarek Abdelzaher

[Note] Self-Localizing Battery-Free Cameras
Saman Naderiparizi, Yi Zhao, James Youngquist, Alanson Sample, Joshua Smith

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Engagement and Disengagement

9/10 Late Morning 11:30 - 12:50, Hall A

Session C hair: James Landay, Stanford University

[Paper] Activity Tracking: Barriers, Workarounds and Customisation
Daniel Harrison, Paul Marshall, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze, Jon Bird

[Paper] When Fitness Trackers Don’t ‘Fit’: End-User Difficulties in the Assessment of Personal Tracking Device Accuracy
Rayoung Yang, Eunice Shin, Mark Newman, Mark Ackerman

[Paper] Why We Use and Abandon Smart Devices
Amanda Lazar, Christian Koehler, Joshua Tanenbaum, David Nguyen

[Paper] No Longer Wearing: Investigating the Abandonment of Personal Health-Tracking Technologies on Craigslist
James Clawson, Jessica Pater, Andrew Miller, Elizabeth Mynatt, Lena Mamykina

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ISWC/Design and Textiles

9/10 Late Morning 11:30 - 12:40, Hall B

Session C hair: Lucy Dunne , University of Minnesota

[Paper] “New Directions in Jewelry”: a Close Look at Emerging Trends & Developments in Jewelry-like Wearable Devices
Yulia Silina, Hamed Haddadi (Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom)

[Note] A ball-grid-array-like electronics-to-textile pocket connector for wearable electronics
Andreas Mehmann , Matija Varga , Karl Gönner , Gerhard Tröster (ITV, Denkendorf, Germany; Wearable Computing Lab, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland)

[Note] Addressing Dresses: User Interface Allowing for Interdisciplinary Design and Calibration of LED Embedded Garments
Zane Cochran, Clint Zeagler, Sonia McCall (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States)

[Brief] Surface-Mount Component Attachment for E-Textiles
Mary Ellen Berglund, Julia Duvall, Cory Simon, Lucy E Dunne (University of Minnesota/NASA Johnson Space Center, United States)

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Urban Dynamics

9/10 Late Morning 11:30 - 12:40, Room 1+2

Session C hair: Youngki Lee, Singapore Management University

[Paper] Forecasting Urban dynamics with Mobility Logs by Bilinear Poisson Regression
Masamichi Shimosaka, Keisuke Maeda, Takeshi Tsukiji, Kota Tsubouchi

[Paper] Hybrid Participatory Sensing for Analyzing Group Dynamics in the Largest Annual Religious Gathering
Shuja Jamil, Anas Basalamah, Ahmed Lbath, Moustafa Youssef

[Paper] CityMomentum: An Online Approach for Crowd Behavior Prediction at a Citywide Level
Zipei Fan, Xuan Song, Ryosuke Shibasaki, Ryutaro Adachi

[Note] Bike-Sharing Station Placement Leveraging Heterogeneous Urban Open Data
Longbiao Chen, Daqing Zhang, Gang Pan, Xiaojuan Ma, Dingqi Yang, Kostadin Kushlev, Wangsheng Zhang, Shijian Li

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For a Better Workplace

9/10 Late Morning 11:30 - 12:40, Room 3

Session C hair: Koji Yatani, University of Tokyo

[Paper] Tiny Habits in the Giant Enterprise: Understanding the Dynamics of a Quantified Workplace
Akhil Mathur, Marc Van Den Broeck, Geert Vanderhulst, Afra Mashhadi, Fahim Kawsar

[Paper] Wearables in the Wet Lab: A Laboratory System for Capturing and Guiding Experiments
Philipp Scholl, Matthias Wille, Kristof Van Laerhoven

[Paper] Pick from Here! - An Interactive Mobile Cart using In-situ Projection for Order Picking
Markus Funk, Alireza Sahami, Sven Mayer, Lars Lischke, Albrecht Schmidt

[Note] From Research to Industry: Interactive Mobile Services for Accelerating Logistics Processes
Wolfgang Narzt, Gustav Pomberger, Otto Weichselbaum, Reinhard Draxler, Markus Welser

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ISWC/Activity Recognition I

9/10 Early Afternoon 14:10 - 15:30, Hall A

Session C hair: Andreas Bulling , Max Planck Institute for Informatics

[Paper] An Energy-Aware Method for the Joint Recognition of Activities and Gestures Using Wearable Sensors
Joseph Korpela, Kazuyuki Takase, Takahiro Hirashima, Takuya Maekawa, Julien Eberle, Dipanjan Chakraborty, Karl Aberer (Osaka University, Japan/Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Switzerland/IBM Research India, India)

[Paper] Predicting Daily Activities From Egocentric Images Using Deep Learning
Daniel Castro, Steven Hickson, Vinay Bettadapura, Edison Thomaz, Gregory Abowd, Henrik I Christensen, Irfan Essa (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States)

[Note] Activity Classification at a Higher Level: What to Do after the Classifier Does Its Best?
Rabih Younes, Tom Martin, Mark Jones (Virginia Tech, United States)

[Note] Creating General Model for Activity Recognition with Minimum Labelled Data
Jiahui Wen, Mingyang Zhong, Jadwiga Indulska (The University of Queensland, ITEE, Australia)

[Brief] A Wearable System for Detecting Eating Activities with Outer Ear Proximity Sensing
Abdelkareem Bedri, Apoorva Verlekar, Edison Thomaz, Valerie Avva, Thad Starner (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States)

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Sensing with Crowds

9/10 Early Afternoon 14:10 - 15:30, Hall B

Session C hair: Santosh Kumar, University of Memphis

[Paper] More with Less: Lowering User Burden in Mobile Crowdsourcing through Compressive Sensing
Liwen Xu, Xiaohong Hao, Nicholas Lane, Xin Liu, Thomas Moscibroda

[Paper] A Field Study Comparing Approaches to Collecting Annotated Activity Data in Real-World Settings
Yung-Ju Chang, Gaurav Paruthi, Mark Newman

[Paper] CCS-TA: Quality-Guaranteed Online Task Allocation in Compressive Crowdsensing
Leye Wang, Daqing Zhang, Animesh Pathak, Chao Chen, Haoyi Xiong, Dingqi Yang, Yasha Wang

[Paper] SakuraSensor: Quasi-Realtime Cherry-Lined Roads Detection through Participatory Video Sensing by Cars
Shigeya Morishita, Shogo Maenaka, Daichi Nagata, Morihiko Tamai, Keiichi Yasumoto, Toshinobu Fukukura, Keita Sato

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Persuasive and Personal

9/10 Early Afternoon 14:10 - 15:30, Room 1+2

Session C hair: Fahim Kawsar, Bell Laboratories

[Paper] MyBehavior: Automatic Personalized Health Feedback from User Behaviors and Preferences using Smartphones
Mashfiqui Rabbi, Min Hane Aung, Mi Zhang, Tanzeem Choudhury

[Paper] Mindless Computing: Designing Technologies to Subtly Influence Behavior
Alexander Adams, Jean Costa, Malte Jung, Tanzeem Choudhury

[Paper] A Lived Informatics Model of Personal Informatics
Daniel Epstein, An Ping, James Fogarty, Sean Munson

[Paper] Personalization Revisited: A Reflective Approach Helps People Better Personalize Health Services and Motivates Them to Increase Physical Activity
Min Kyung Lee, Junsung Kim, Jodi Forlizzi, Sara Kiesler

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DIY Tools and Strategies

9/10 Early Afternoon 14:10 - 15:30, Room 3

Session C hair: Gabe Cohn, Microsoft Research

[Paper] Learning from the Experts: Enabling and Studying DIY Development of Location-based Visitor Experiences
Ben Bedwell, Peter Slack, Chris Greenhalgh

[Paper] Connecting the Things to the Internet: An Evaluation of Four Configuration Strategies for Wi-Fi Devices with Minimal User Interfaces
Michael Jewell, Enrico Costanza, Jacob Kittley-Davies

[Paper] User Experience in Do-It-Yourself-Style Smart Homes
Jong-bum Woo, Youn-kyung Lim

[Paper] ConductAR: An Augmented Reality Based Tool for Iterative Design of Conductive Ink Circuits
Koya Narumi, Steve Hodges, Yoshihiro Kawahara

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Are You Busy or Bored?

9/10 Late Afternoon 16:30 - 17:40, Hall A

Session C hair: Hans Gellersen , Lancaster University

[Paper] Interruptibility Prediction for Ubiquitous Systems: Conventions and New Directions from a Growing Field
Liam Turner, Stuart Allen, Roger Whitaker

[Paper] Designing Content-driven Intelligent Notification Mechanisms for Mobile Applications
Abhinav Mehrotra, Mirco Musolesi, Robert Hendley, Veljko Pejovic

[Paper] When Attention is not Scarce - Detecting Boredom from Mobile Phone Usage
Martin Pielot, Tilman Dingler, Jose San Pedro, Nuria Oliver

[Paper] Boredom-Computer Interaction: Boredom Proneness and The Use of Smartphone
Aleksandar Matic, Martin Pielot, Nuria Oliver

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Social Life

9/10 Late Afternoon 16:30 - 17:40, Hall B

Session C hair: Junehwa Song, KAIST

[Paper] Social (Media) Jet Lag: How Usage of Social Technology can Modulate and Reflect Circadian Rhythms
Elizabeth Murnane, Saeed Abdullah, Mark Matthews, Tanzeem Choudhury, Geri Gay

[Paper] Need Accurate User Behaviour? Pay Attention to Groups!
Kasthuri Jayarajah, Youngki Lee, Archan Misra, Rajesh Balan

[Paper] FamiLync: Facilitating Participatory Parental Mediation of Adolescents’ Smartphone Use
Minsam Ko, Seungwoo Choi, Subin Yang, joonwon Lee, Uichin Lee

[Note] Who Should I Invite for My Party? Combining User Preference and Influence Maximization for Social Events
Zhiwen Yu, Rong Du, Bin Guo, Huang Xu, Tao Gu, Zhu Wang, Daqing Zhang

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Indoor Localization

9/10 Late Afternoon 16:30 - 17:40, Room 1+2

Session C hair: Daqing Zhang, Peking University

[Paper] Transferring Positioning Model for Device-free Passive Indoor Localization
Kazuya Ohara, Takuya Maekawa, Yasue Kishino, Yoshinari Shirai, Futoshi Naya

[Paper] Calibration-Free Fusion of Step Counter and Wireless Fingerprints for Indoor Localization
Suining He, S.-H. Gary Chan, Lei Yu, Ning Liu

[Paper] You’re where? Prove it! – Towards trusted indoor location estimation of mobile devices
Jacob Biehl, Adam Lee, Matthew Cooper, Gerry Filby

[Note] PinPlace: Associate Semantic Meanings with Indoor Locations without Active Fingerprinting
Xuan Bao, Bin Liu, Bo Tang, Deguang Kong, Bing Hu, Hongxia Jin

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ISWC/Activity Recognition II

9/10 Late Afternoon 16:30 - 17:40, Room 3

Session C hair: Ross T. Smith , University of South Australia

[Paper] Sensor-based Stroke Detection and Stroke Type Classification in Table Tennis
Peter Blank , Julian Hossbach , Dominik Schuldhaus , Bjoern Eskofier (Digital Sports Group, Pattern Recognition Lab, Department of Computer Science, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), Erlangen, Germany)

[Paper] Recognizing New Activities with Limited Training Data
Le T. Nguyen, Ming Zeng, Patrick Tague, Joy Zhang (Carnegie Mellon University, United States)

[Note] A Framework for Early Event Detection for Wearable Systems
Eva Dorschky, Dominik Schuldhaus, Harald Koerger, Bjoern M Eskofier (Friedrich-Alexander-University-Erlangen-Nuremberg/adidas AG, Germany)

[Note] Multi-Sensor Data-Driven Synchronization Using Wearable Sensors
Terrell R Bennett, Nicholas Gans, Roozbeh Jafari (University of Texas at Dallas, Texas A&M University, USA)

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People, Traces and Behaviors

9/11 Early Morning 9:30 - 10:50, Hall A

Session C hair: Andrew Campbell, Dartmouth College

[Paper] Household Occupancy Monitoring Using Electricity Meters
Wilhelm Kleiminger, Christian Beckel, Silvia Santini

[Paper] PerCCS: Person-Count from Carbon Dioxide Using Sparse Non-negative Matrix Factorization
Chandrayee Basu, Christian Koehler, Kamalika Das, Anind Dey

[Paper] puffMarker: A Multi-Sensor Approach for Pinpointing the Timing of First Lapse in Smoking Cessation
Nazir Saleheen, Amin Ali, Syed Monowar Hossain, Hillol Sarker, Soujanya Chatterjee, Benjamin Marlin, Emre Ertin, Mustafa al'absi, Santosh Kumar

[Note] Improved Activity Recognition by Using Enriched Accelerometer Data
Isabel Fernanda Suarez Velasquez, Andreas Jahn, Christoph Anderson, Klaus David

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Sensing and Recognition

9/11 Early Morning 9:30 - 10:50, Hall B

Session C hair: Lama Nachman, Intel

[Paper] Attitudes Toward Vehicle-Based Sensing and Recording
Manya Sleeper, Sebastian Schnorf, Brian Kemler, Sunny Consolvo

[Paper] A Practical Approach for Recognizing Eating Moments with Wrist-Mounted Inertial Sensing
Edison Thomaz, Irfan Essa, Gregory Abowd

[Paper] Let's (not) Stick Together: Pairwise Similarity Biases Cross-Validation in Activity Recognition
Nils Hammerla, Thomas Ploetz

[Paper] I Did Not Smoke 100 Cigarettes Today! Avoiding False Positives in Real-World Activity Recognition
Le T. Nguyen, Ming Zeng, Patrick Tague, Joy Zhang

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ISWC/Towards New Wearable Applicatoins

9/11 Early Morning 9:30 - 10:50, Room 1+2

Session C hair: Kent Lyons , Technicolor

[Paper] Fast Blur Removal for Wearable QR Code Scanners
Gabor Soros, Stephan Semmler, Luc Humair, Otmar Hilliges (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)

[Paper] Wearing Another Personality: A Human-Surrogate System with a Telepresence Face
Kana Misawa, Jun Rekimoto (The University of Tokyo/Sony Computer Science Laboratories, inc., Japan)

[Note] Comparing Order Picking Assisted by Head-Up Display versus Pick-by-Light with Explicit Pick Confirmation
Xiaolong Wu, Malcolm Haynes, Yixin Zhang, Ziyi Jiang, Zhengyang Shen, Anhong Guo, Thad Starner, Scott Gilliland (Georgia Institute of Technology/Carnegie Mellon University, United States)

[Note] Estimating Physical Ability of Stroke Patients without Specific Tests
Adrian Derungs, Julia Seiter, Corina Schuster-Amft, Oliver Amft (Chair of Sensor Technology/University of Passau, Germany/ETH Zurich, create/Switzerland)

[Brief] Affordances for Self-tracking Wearable Devices
Amon Rapp, Federica Cena (University of Torino, Torino, Italy)

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Localization and Navigation

9/11 Early Morning 9:30 - 10:50, Room 3

Session C hair: Polly Huang, National Taiwan University

[Paper] COBWEB: A Robust Map Update System Using GPS Trajectories
Zhangqing Shan, Hao Wu, Weiwei Sun, Baihua Zheng

[Paper] Non-obstructive Room-level Locating System in Home Environments using Activity Fingerprints from Smartwatch
Seungwoo Lee, Yungeun Kim, Daye Ahn, Rhan Ha, Kyoungwoo Lee, Hojung Cha

[Paper] WISDOM: An Efficient Framework of Predicting WLAN Availability with Cellular Fingerprints
Shuai Wang, Xiaofeng Yu, Junqing Xie

[Paper] Enhancing WiFi-based Localization with Visual Clues
Han Xu, Zheng Yang, Zimu Zhou, Longfei Shangguan, Ke Yi, Yunhao Liu

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Skill Development

9/11 Late Morning 11:30 - 12:40, Hall A

Session C hair: Paul Lukowicz, DFKI

[Paper] Exploring Feedback Strategies to Improve Public Speaking: An Interactive Virtual Audience Framework
Mathieu Chollet, Torsten Wörtwein, Louis-Philippe Morency, Ari Shapiro, Stefan Scherer

[Paper] Beyond Activity Recognition: Skill Assessment from Accelerometer Data
Aftab Khan, Sebastian Mellor, Eugen Berlin, Robin Thompson, Roisin McNaney, Patrick Olivier, Thomas Ploetz

[Paper] ROC Speak: Semi-Automated Personalized Feedback on Nonverbal Behavior from Recorded Videos
Michelle Fung, Yina Jin, Ru Zhao, Mohammed (ehsan) Hoque

[Note] Vowel Shapes: An Open-source, Interactive Tool to Assist Singers with Learning Vowels
Cynthia Ryan, Katherine Ciesinski, M. Ehsan Hoque

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ISWC/Eyewear Computing

9/11 Late Morning 11:30 - 12:40, Hall B

Session C hair: Masaaki Fukumoto , Microsoft Research

[Note] An Approach for User Identification for Head-Mounted Displays
Cynthia Rogers, Alexander W. Witt, Alexander Solomon, Krishna Venkatasubramanian (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, United States)

[Note] Estimating Visual Attention from a Head Mounted IMU
Teesid Leelasawassuk, Dima Damen, Walterio W Mayol-Cuevas (University of Bristol, United Kingdom)

[Note] Glass-Physics: Using Google Glass to Support High School Physics Experiments
Paul Lukowicz, Jochen Kuhn, Andreas Poxrucker, Jens Weppner, Benjamin Bischke, Michael Hirth (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence/University of Kaiserslautern/DFKI, Germany)

[Note] MAGIC Pointing for Eyewear Computers
Shahram Jalaliniya, Diako Mardanbegi, Thomas Pederson (IT University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark)

[Note] WISEglass: Multi-purpose Context-aware Smart Eyeglasses
Florian Wahl, Martin Freund, Oliver Amft (University of Passau, Germany)

[Brief] Creating Gaze Annotations in Head Mounted Displays
Diako Mardanbegi, Pernilla Quarfordt (IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark/FX Palo Alto Laboratory, United States)

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Smarter Homes and Vehicles

9/11 Late Morning 11:30 - 12:40, Room 1+2

Session C hair: Jin Nakazawa, Keio University

[Paper] Harvesting Green Miles from my Roof: An Investigation into Self-Sufficient Mobility with Electric Vehicles
Jacky Bourgeois, Stefan Foell, Gerd Kortuem, Blaine Price, Janet van der Linden, Eiman Elbanhawy, Christopher Rimmer

[Paper] EVHomeShifter: Evaluating Intelligent Techniques for Using Electrical Vehicle Batteries to Shift When Homes Draw Energy from the Grid
A.j. Brush, John Krumm, Sidhant Gupta, Shwetak Patel

[Paper] The Potential and Challenges of Inferring Thermal Comfort at Home Using Commodity Sensors
Chuan-Che (jeff) Huang, Rayoung Yang, Mark Newman

[Note] A Model-based Approach to Support Smart and Social Home Living
Shoko Nakamura, Saeko Shigaki, Akihito Hiromori, Hirozumi Yamaguchi, Teruo Higashino

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Understanding and Protecting Privacy

9/11 Late Morning 11:30 - 12:40, Room 3

Session C hair: Eiji Hayashi, Carnegie Mellon University

[Paper] Using Text Mining to Infer the Purpose of Permission Use in Mobile Apps
Haoyu Wang, Jason Hong, Yao Guo

[Paper] AnonyCast: Privacy-Preserving Location Distribution for Anonymous Crowd Tracking Systems
Takamasa Higuchi, Paul Martin, Supriyo Chakraborty, Mani Srivastava

[Note] Spatial Subterfuge: An Experience Sampling Study To Predict Deceptive Location Disclosures
Shion Guha, Stephen Wicker

[Note] How Private Can I Be Among Public Users?
Elham Naghizade, James Bailey, Lars Kulik, Egemen Tanin

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ISWC/Environmental Sensing Systems

9/11 Early Afternoon 14:30 - 15:50, Hall A

Session C hair: Michael Beigl , Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

[Paper] Tracking Motion Context of Railway Passengers by Fusion of Low-Power Sensors in Mobile Devices
Takamasa Higuchi, Hirozumi Yamaguchi, Teruo Higashino (Osaka University, Japan)

[Paper] Improving Floor Localization Accuracy in 3D Spaces Using Barometer
Dipyaman Banerjee, Sheetal Agarwal, Parikshit Sharma (IBM Research - India, New Delhi, India)

[Note] Robust In-situ Data Reconstruction from Poisson Noise for Low-cost, Mobile, Non-expert Environmental Sensing
Matthias Budde, Marcel Koepke, Michael Beigl (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany)

[Note] Fine-grained Social Relationship Extraction from Real Activity Data under Coarse Supervision
Kota Tsubouchi, Osamu Saisho, Junichi Sato, Seira Araki, Masamichi Shimosaka (Yahoo! JAPAN Research/The University of Tokyo/Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)

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Smartphone Apps & Usage

Session C hair: Uichin Lee, KAIST

9/11 Early Afternoon 14:30 - 15:50, Hall B

[Paper] ZapDroid: Managing Infrequently Used Applications on Smartphones
Indrajeet Singh, Srikanth Krishnamurthy, Harsha Madhyastha, Iulian Neamtiu

[Paper] Revisitation Analysis of Smartphone Use
Simon Jones, Denzil Ferreira, Simo Hosio, Jorge Goncalves, Vassilis Kostakos

[Paper] A Mixed-Methods Study of Mobile Users' Data Usage Practices in South Africa
Arunesh Mathur, Brent Schlotfeldt, Marshini Chetty

[Note] Understanding Usage States on Mobile Devices.
Chakajkla Jesdabodi, Walid Maalej

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Public Displays

9/11 Early Afternoon 14:30 - 15:50, Room 1+2

Session C hair: Ehsan Hoque, Rochester

[Paper] An In-the-wild Study of Learning Mid-air Gestures to Browse Hierarchical Information at a Large Interactive Public Display
Christopher Ackad, Andrew Clayphan, Martin Tomitsch, Judy Kay

[Paper] A Laboratory-based Study Methodology to Investigate Attraction Power of Large Public Interactive Displays
Victor Cheung, Stacey Scott

[Paper] GlobalFestival: Evaluating Real World Interaction on a Spherical Display
Julie Williamson, Daniel Sundén, Jay Bradley

[Note] Analyzing Visual Attention During Whole Body Interaction with Public Displays
Robert Walter, Andreas Bulling, David Lindlbauer, Martin Schuessler, Jörg Müller

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Tracking in the Wild

9/11 Early Afternoon 14:30 - 15:50, Room 3

Session C hair: Mirco Musolesi, University College London

[Paper] Mobile Activity Recognition for a Whole Day: Recognizing Real Nursing Activities with Big Dataset
Sozo Inoue, Naonori Ueda, Yasunobu Nohara, Naoki Nakashima

[Paper] Mining Consumer Impulsivity from Offline and Online Behavior
Fuzheng Zhang, Nicholas Jing Yuan, Kai Zheng, Defu Lian, Xing Xie, Yong Rui

[Paper] SmartGPA: How Smartphones can Assess and Predict Academic Performance of College Students
Rui Wang, Gabriella Harari, Peilin Hao, Xia Zhou, Andrew Campbell

[Paper] How Do We Engage With Activity Trackers? A Longitudinal Study of Habito
Rúben Gouveia, Evangelos Karapanos, Marc Hassenzahl

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