The Special Session will be part of the Computational Intelligence and Games (IEE CIG 2018) conference to be held in Maastricht, Netherlands, on August 14-17, 2018. Paper submissions are invited on the Special Session topic.
Special Session papers will be reviewed by the TPC of the session; they will be part of the Conference Proceedings, and they will be uploaded to IEEE Xplore.
The Assisted Pilots procedure began in September 2017 with enhancement of the platform according the evaluation results of Driver Pilots outcome, leading to the refinement of components and system level technology consolidation. The enhanced version of the MaTHiSiS platform was tested during this phase with the different PAs first by the partners at their own premises.
The internal testing phase ended at mid-October and the piloting partners were able to test the system at the school venues in the second half of October in order to start running effective pilots in November 2017.
SIMO EDUCATION 2017 took place at Ifema - Feria de Madrid on the 25 to 27 October, where our colleagues from JCYL (General Directorate of Educational Innovation and Teacher Training) presented the MaTHiSiS project along with other education innovation projects during a special session at the Aula Magna (26/10/2017, 15:30-16:30).
Our colleagues from the University of Maastricht presented the paper titled as “Multimodal Fusion Based on Information Gain for Emotion Recognition in the Wild” during the IEEE Technically Sponsored Intelligent Systems Conference, which took place in London (United Kingdom) from 7 to 8 September 2017 with more than 300 attendants.
Dr. Stelios Asteriadis participated in the 3rd Global Summit and Expo on Multimedia & Artificial Intelligence. This event is a leading conference for international community of academic experts, scholars and business people in the field of Multimedia & Artificial Intelligence Technologies. During the event, hold in Lisbon (Portugal) on the 20th of July 2017, MaTHiSiS project was presented to an audience of around 20 people.
The University of Mastricht organized an event to inform around 119 prospective students and their parents and guardians about the bachelor’s programmes in Maastricht University. During this event, different research groups belonging to the University show their developments and research projects. The members of the consortium from UM presented MaTHiSiS project with a poster and an oral presentation. Moreover, a live demo using one of the robots used in MaTHiSiS platform (TurtleBot) was performed to show some of its capabilities.