Programme Thursday 4 June

See the detailed plan of the location for a location of each room.

Time
09:00 - 09:30 Welcome & opening speech - Aud. Max Weber
09:30 - 10:15 Opening Keynote: The Internet Revolution Will Be Televised by Rich Ezekiel (Yahoo! Connected TV) - Aud. Max Weber
10:15 - 11:00 Coffee break - Entrance Hall AP
11:00 - 12:30

Session 1 Communication and presence - Aud. Max Weber
Chair: Gunnar Harboe

  • F David Wheatley and Santosh Basapur. A Comparative Evaluation of TV Videotelephony with WebCam and Face to Face Communication
  • F Claus Knudsen and Roel Puijk. Television and Presence: Experiments in interaction and mediation in a digital environment
  • F Doug Williams, Marian Ursu, Pablo Cesar, Karl Bergstrom, Ian Kegel and Joshan Meenowa. An Emergent Role for TV In Social Communication
  • S Jorge Abreu, Pedro Almeida, Vanessa Nobre and Ricardo Pinto. Implementation of social features over regular IPTV STB

Session 2 Business and policy - Aud. Jean Monnet
Chair: Jo Pierson

  • F Nils Walravens and Caroline Pauwels. From High Hopes to High Deficit and Back: A Historic Overview of Europe’s HDTV Policy and Reflections Towards the Future of HDTV
  • F Wendy Van den Broeck and Jo Bauwens. The promises of iDTV: between push marketing and consumer needs
  • S Sander Limonard, Jop Esmeijer and Martijn Staal. Business Considerations in Creating a Social TV experience
  • S Timber Haaker, Sander Smit, John Vester, Keir Shepherd, Naoko Ito, Mark Guelbahar and Josip Zoric. Business models for networked media services
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch break - Alma 2 Side Aisle
13:30 - 15:00

Session 3 Active viewers - Aud. Max Weber
Chair: Marian Ursu

  • F Marcelo Manzato, Danilo Coimbra and Rudinei Goularte. Multimedia content personalization based on peer-level annotation
  • F Vivian Motti, Roberto Fagá, Renan Cattelan, Maria da Graca Pimentel and Cesar Teixeira. Collaborative synchronous video annotation via the watch-and-comment paradigm
  • F Stephen Lynn, Dan R. Olsen and Brett G. Partridge. Time Warp Football
  • S Axel Bruns. The User-Led Disruption: Self-(Re)broadcasting at Justin.tv and Elsewhere

Session 4 Multiple devices - Aud. Jean Monnet
Chair: Hendrik Knoche

  • F Marianna Obrist, Christiane Moser, Damien Alliez, Teresa Holocher and Manfred Tscheligi. Connecting TV & PC: An In-Situ Field Evaluation of an Unified Electronic Program Guide Concept
  • F Nairon Saraiva Viana and Vicente Ferreira de Lucena Jr. A Software Model Supporting the Management of Home Network Services through the Brazilian iDTV
  • S Gorka Epelde, Eduardo Carrasco, Gottfried Zimmermann, Juergen Bund, Markus Dubielzig and Jan Alexandersson. URC Based Accessible TV
  • S Orlewilson B. Maia and Vicente Ferreira de Lucena Jr. A Communication Infrastructure between the Brazilian Interactive Digital TV and Residential Devices

iTV in Industry - AV03.12
Chair: Koen Swings

  • Pablo Rebaque Rivas, Raquel Navarro-Prieto (Barcelona Media - Innovation Centre) & Jorge Hernández Pablo (Teléfonica I+D) - User study on the impact of personalization, related content and individual preferences on interactive TV ads
  • Paul Meyers (Paratel) - Talk to your customers through idtv
  • Gerrit Van den Breede & Ward De Bruecker (KOC) - Accessible digital television for the visually and hearing-impaired in Flanders
  • Mirja Bächle (Facit Digital) & Kathrin Damian (Alcatel Lucent) - Bringing added value to iTV users?
15:00 - 16:00 Coffee break - Entrance Hall AP
16:00 - 17:15

Session 5 Context-awareness & semantics - Aud. Max Weber
Chair: Cristian Hesselman

  • F Pieter Bellekens, Geert-Jan Houben, Lora Aroyo, Annelies Kaptein and Krijn Schaap. User Model Elicitation and Enrichment for Context-sensitive Personalization in a Multiplatform TV Environment
  • S Stefan Dietze and John Domingue. Towards Context-aware Multimedia Processing through Semantic Web Services
  • S Toon De Pessemier, Tom Deryckere, Kris Vanhecke and Luc Martens. Context aware recommendations for user-generated content on a social network site
  • S Christoph Brachmann and Rainer Malaka. Keyframe-less Integration of Semantic Information in a Video Player Interface

Session 6 Involving users in design and evaluation - Aud. Jean Monnet
Chair: Marianna Obrist

  • S Verena Wuerbel, Stefan M. Gruenvogel and Philipp Krebs. An Analysis of New Feedback Methods for Parallel Multi-Stream Production
  • S Gijs Geleijnse, Dzmitry Aliakseyeu and Eddine Sarroukh. Comparing Text Entry Methods for Interactive Television Applications
  • S Janez Zaletelj, Mladen Savic and Marko Meza. Real-time Viewer Feedback in the iTV production
  • S Skylla Janssen. Interactive Television Format Development – Could Participatory Design Bridge the Gap?
  • S Panagiotis Giotis and George Lekakos. Effectiveness of interactive advertising presentation models
17:15 - 18:00 Keynote speech: Needs, emotions, experience! by Prof. Dr. Marc Hassenzahl (Folkwang University) - Aud. Max Weber
 
19:30 - 23:00 Conference dinner
(The conference dinner will be held at the Faculty Club →, located in the 13th century Infirmerie of the Grand Beguinage, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List. See the city map for the location of the Faculty Club)

F: Full papers S: Short papers

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