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teaam:start [2019/05/01 18:03]
gjn [Program Committee]
teaam:start [2019/06/28 07:40]
gjn [Schedule]
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-===== Format ​=====   +===== Schedule ​=====   
-The proposed workshop will include paper presentations ​and invited talks related ​to the workshop topics listed above, as well as a panel discussionAll submitted papers ​will be subject to a review by the workshop Program Committee ​Based on the number ​of high quality submissions we will define ​the length ​of the presentations that will be followed by time for questions ​and discussion from the audience+ 
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 +**Keynote speaker:** Prof. Marcin Grzegorzek, Universität zu Lübeck, Institut für Medizinische Informatik 
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 +**Title:** //​Human-centred Pattern Recognition for Assistive Health Technologies//​ 
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 +**Abstract:​** We live in a data-driven society ​and significantly contribute ​to this concept by voluntarily generating terabytes of data everyday. Pattern recognition algorithms that automatically analyse and interpret that huge amount of heterogeneous data towards prevention (early risk detection), diagnosisassistance in therapy/​aftercare/​rehabilitation ​as well as nursing have achieved an extremely high scientific, societal and economic importanceIn this talk, Marcin Grzegorzek ​will present his research in the area motivated above considering,​ apart from machine learning, aspects of hardware, participatory design and ELSI (Ethical, Legal and Social Implications)Two of Marcin'​s projects, (1) Cognitive Village: Adaptively Learning Technical Support Platform for Elderly (funded by the German Federal Ministry ​of Education ​and Research) and (2) My-AHA: My Active and Healthy Ageing (EC Horizon 2020), will serve as concrete application scenarios.
  
 ===== Proceedings =====  ===== Proceedings ===== 
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   * Paper submission:​ 2019-04-29   * Paper submission:​ 2019-04-29
   * Notification:​ 2019-05-13   * Notification:​ 2019-05-13
-  * Camera-ready:​ 2019-06-10 +  * Camera-ready:​ 2019-05-31 
-  * Workshop: TBD, during AIME 2019-06-26-29+  * Workshop:​ 2019-06-26-29
  
 ===== Paper submission ===== ===== Paper submission =====
  
 The Easychair installation at https://​easychair.org/​conferences/?​conf=teaam2019 shoud be used for submissions. We encourage full (12pp) as well as short (6pp) original research papers. Springer LNCS format of PDF submissions is required. The Easychair installation at https://​easychair.org/​conferences/?​conf=teaam2019 shoud be used for submissions. We encourage full (12pp) as well as short (6pp) original research papers. Springer LNCS format of PDF submissions is required.
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 +===== Schedule =====
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 +    9:00-10:30 Opening session (Chair: J. Stefanowski)
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 +    9:00 TEAAM Opening: Workshop chairs
 +    9:15 Marcin Grzegorzek: Human-centred Pattern Recognition for Assistive Health Technologies
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 +    10:30-10:50 Coffee Break
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 +    10:50-11:50 Session 1 (Chair: J. Juarez)
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 +    10:50 Olga Kamińska, et al.: Self organizing maps using acoustic features for prediction of state change in bipolar disorder
 +    11:10 Alexander Galozy, et al.: Towards Understanding ICU Treatments using Patient Health Trajectories
 +    11:30 Erica Ramirez, et al.: Interpretable Anomaly Detection and Classification of Multivariate Time Series for Transparent Human Gait Analysis
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 +    11:50-12:50 Session 2 (Chair: S. Nowaczyk)
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 +    11:50 Leon Kopitar, et al.: Local vs. Global Interpretability of Machine Learning Models in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Screening
 +    12:10 Bernardo Cánovas Segura, et al.: Exploring antimicrobial resistance prediction using post-hoc interpretable methods
 +    12:30 Katarzyna Kobylińska,​ et al.: Explainable machine learning for modeling of early postoperative mortality in lung cancer
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 +    12:50 - 14:00 Lunch Break
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 +    14:00 - 15:30 Session 3 (Chair: G. Stiglic)
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 +    14:00 Keyuan Jiang, et al.: An Explainable Approach of Inferring Potential Medication Effects from Social Media Data
 +    14:20 Xuwen Wang, et al.: A Computational Framework towards Medical Image Explanation
 +    14:40 Discussion and workshop closing
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 +    15:30 - 16:00  (farewell) Coffee Break
  
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