Computer-aided intelligence and virtual worlds in the focus of measurement technology
“IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Virtual Environments for Measurement Systems and Applications (IEEE CIVEMSA 2022)” to be held on June 15 to 17, 2022 at Chemnitz University of Technolog
The Chair of Measurement and Sensor Technology at Chemnitz University of Technology invites to the “IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Virtual Environments for Measurement Systems and Applications (IEEE CIVEMSA 2022)” to be held on June 15 to 17, 2022. IEEE CIVEMSA 2022 is an international conference dedicated to computational intelligence, virtual environments, and human-computer interaction technologies for measurement systems and related applications. This year, the conference will be held in a hybrid form. It is hosted by Chemnitz University of Technology on-site in the new library building.
“Artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction- have become more and more important for instrumentation in the last couple of years. There is a steady increase in these kinds of applications which makes IEEE CIVEMSA a great opportunity for scientific discussions, international networking, and meeting multi-disciplinary scientists and experts," says Prof. Dr. Olfa Kanoun, head of the professorship of Measurement and Sensor Technology at Chemnitz University of Technology and chair of the IEEE CIVEMSA 2022.
The conference expects 60 participants, and the program includes 11 sessions with three plenary speakers comprising international experts offering an intensive knowledge transfer in the fields of artificial intelligence and measurement systems. Prof. Inès Chihi from University of Luxembourg is presenting a comparative study between ANN and the Multi-model approach to discuss whether Artificial intelligence is the best solution for systems with unpredictable behavior. Prof. Pasquale Arpaia from University of Napoli Federico II is giving a lecture on Wearable Brain-Computer Interfaces for measuring mental states. Prof. Josef F. Krems from the Chemnitz University of Technology is giving a talk on the contributions toward vehicle automation.
The conference includes special sessions on interesting topics. One of them is organized by Prof. Dr. Georg Jahn from Chemnitz University of Technology representing the CRC 1410 Hybrid Societies and discusses the topic of humans interacting with embodied technologies. Another session is organized by Prof. Dr. Ulrike Thomas from Chemnitz University of Technology highlighting various methods, tools, and systems and their application for telemanipulation. Another interesting session is organized by Prof. Dr. Olfa Kanoun entitled “Body attached wireless sensor network” and discusses novel developments in the field of wireless sensor networks for human action monitoring.
The conference is sponsored by the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Society, Hybrid Societies, and the Chemnitz School of Metrology. Participation is possible in-person and online.
(Author: Prof. Dr. Olfa Kanoun)