Date: Tuesday,2 October
Time: 18:15 : 19:15
Duration: One session
Place: FORTH - AMI amphitheater
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The ICS-FORTH Ambient Intelligence (AmI) Programme is a long-term horizontal interdisciplinary RTD Programme aiming to develop and apply pioneering human-centric AmI technologies and Smart Environments.
In the context of the AmI Programme, more than 130 integrated systems have been developed targeted to a number of interconnected technological environments such as home and daily living, workplace, learning and education, healthcare, arts and culture, leisure and entertainment, and commerce and marketing.
During the demo, which lasts approximately one hour, the visitors will have the opportunity to see many of the developed systems, with particular focus on systems providing innovative forms of interaction with digital and physical cultural heritage artefacts.
Nikolaos Partarakis is a Research Associate at ICS-FORTH. He received a Diploma in Computer Science, a M.Sc. in Information Systems and a Ph.D. in Ambient Intelligence technologies in 2004, 2006 and 2013 respectively, from the University of Crete, Greece. He is member of the Human Computer Interaction Laboratory of ICS-FORTH since 2003, leading the Accessible Web development group, and is actively engaged in the Ambient Intelligence Programme of ICS-FORTH. His research interests include adaptive and intelligent distributed user interfaces, multimodal interaction in AmI environments, Augmented Reality, interactive surfaces, design for all and assistive technologies. He has participated in more than 10 European and national R&D projects, and has co-authored more than 40 scientific publications.