NOTICE 2012 : 3rd International NOTICE Conference On Computer Science with a Purpose and Human-Centred Information System Design
Call For Papers
The main track of the Third International NOTICE Conference will be Computer Science with a Purpose and Human-Centred Information System Design.
The main topic will explore the many facets of computerised systems from an interdisciplinary, design-oriented perspective. It seeks to deepen the understanding of design processes aimed at delivering solutions that help in human activities and improve the quality of everyday living. The conference organisers will welcome contributions that address multiple aspects of system design that take into account the complicated nature of human beings, their particular requirements and the need for transdisciplinary problem-solving.
This year papers are particularly invited on the following focus areas:
User-centred design principles
Interaction design principles
User-centred design case studies
e-Learning, blended learning,
Mobile and remote learning,
Ethics in remote learning.
Ambient Assisted Living
Ubiquitous healthcare solutions
Mobile mixed reality
Interactive and virtual educational environments
Intelligent coaching systems
Artificial intelligence for context processing
However, more topics traditionally associated with NOTICE are welcome, as listed below.
The Research Committee encourages all interested people to participation in the conference in given topics:
Innovative technologies for education:
New approaches to teaching, evaluation and assessment,
Interactive and virtual educational environments,
Intelligent teaching systems.
PBL – Problem based vs Project based learning.
Possibilities and strategies of application of computer games in education,
Simulation and serious games, educational aspects in commercial products,
Computer games programming,
Multiuser virtual environments, personalized games nad RPG, strategy games, logical games, other types of games,
Artificial intelligence in games,
Computer graphics algorithms.
Design and management of digital content:
Digital content resources and repositories,
Aspects of using user-defined content,
Copyrights and plagiarism,
Data security and integrity.
Role of new IT technologies:
ICT technologies vs. gender equality in education,
Computer science as a chance for disabled people.
Problems of e-Learning:
e-Learning, blended learning,
mobile and remote larining,
Ethics In remote learing.
Use of various internet technologies in education:
Social networks, Web 2.0, blogs, Wiki based solutions,
Multimedia, video-tutorials, hypermedia, animations and 3D computer graphics presented on-line and off-line.
Computer science in police, investigation offices and jurisdiction:
Investigation computer science,
Methods and tools for crime detection,
Biometrics and data processing.
Human-Computer Interaction HCI,
Context awareness applications,
Mobile mixed reality.
Mobile and distributed multimodal applications in healthcare:
distributed multimodal applications
intelligent systems for medicine
We expect presentations with an interesting ideas, research projects in progress and author’s original theoretical concepts.