Cyprus

Timetable




ISD2017 Agenda

(final)

DAY 1: Wednesday, September 6, 2017
08:30-09:30 Registration Ground floor foyer
09:30-10:00 ISD2017 Conference Opening Auditorium 1, Ground floor
10:00-11:00 Keynote Address 1 Auditorium 1, Ground floor
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break Foyer area, Ground floor
11:30-13:00 Parallel Sessions
Session A1.1
Session B1.1
Session C1.1

Room 017, Ground floor
Room 018, Ground floor
Room 006, Ground floor
13:00-14:30 Lunch Cafeteria, Ground floor
14:30-16:00 Parallel Sessions
Session A1.2
Session B1.2
Session C1.2

Room 017, Ground floor
Room 018, Ground floor
Room 006, Ground floor
16:00-16:30 Coffee Break Foyer area, Ground floor
16:30-17:30 Parallel Sessions
Session A1.3
Session B1.3

Room 017, Ground floor
Room 018, Ground floor
17:30-19:00 Welcome ceremony (Cocktail reception at the Garden)
DAY 2: Thursday, September 7, 2017
08:30-09:30 Registration Ground floor foyer
09:30-10:30 Keynote Address 2 Auditorium 1, Ground floor
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break Foyer area, Ground floor
11:00-12:30 Parallel Sessions
Session A2.1
Session B2.1
Session C2.1

Room 017, Ground floor
Room 018, Ground floor
Room 006, Ground floor
12:30-14:00 Lunch Cafeteria, Ground floor
14:00-15:30 Parallel Sessions
Session A2.2
Session B2.2
Session C2.2

Room 017, Ground floor
Room 018, Ground floor
Room 006, Ground floor
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break Foyer area, Ground floor
16:00-17:00 Parallel Sessions
Session A2.3
Session B2.3
Session C2.3

Room 017, Ground floor
Room 018, Ground floor
Room 006, Ground floor
17:15-night Social event (Guided Tour of Larnaca and a Traditional Dinner) Bus leaves from UCLan Cyprus at 17:15
DAY 3: Friday, September 8, 2017
08:30-09:30 Registration Ground floor foyer
09:30-10:30 Keynote Address 3 Auditorium 1, Ground floor
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break Foyer area, Ground floor
11:00-12:30 Parallel Sessions
Session A3.1
Session B3.1
Session C3.1

Room 017, Ground floor
Room 018, Ground floor
Room 006, Ground floor
12:30-13:00 ISD2018 Presentation and ISD2017 Closing Auditorium 1, Ground floor
13:00-14:00 Lunch Cafeteria, Ground floor
14:00- Optional activities (sightseeing)

DAY 1 | Wednesday, September 6, 2017

(final)

DAY 1: Wednesday, September 6, 2017
08:30-9:30 Registration Ground floor foyer
09:30-10:00 ISD2017 Conference Opening Auditorium 1, Ground floor
10:00-11:00 Keynote Address 1
Janet C Read, Univ. of Central Lancashire: The good, the bad and the ugly of child computer interaction
Session chair: Marios Raspopoulos, UCLan Cyprus, Cyprus
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break
Foyer area, Ground floor
11:30-13:00 Session A1.1
T1: Information Systems Methodologies and Modelling
Session chair: Henry Linger, Monash University, Australia
Room 017, Ground floor
11:30-12:00 Tony Clark, Balbir Barn, Vinay Kulkarni, Souvik Barat:
Querying Histories of Organisation Simulations
12:00-12:30 Berislav Andrlic:
Study on Differences Among Online Consumer Groups based on Factors Affecting Online Purchase Intention
12:30-13:00 Nadine Mandran, Sophie Dupuy-Chessa:
THEDRE: a Traceable Process for High Quality in Human Centred Computer Science Research (presentation)
11:30-13:00 Session B1.1
T2: Managing IS Development
Session chair: Emilio Insfran, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
Room 018, Ground floor
11:30-12:00 Malgorzata Pankowska:
Business Strategy Analytics for Public Procurement Architecture Development
12:00-12:30 Muhammad Binsawad, Osama Sohaib, Igor Hawryszkiewycz:
Knowledge-Sharing in Technology Business Incubator
11:30-13:00 Session C1.1
T3: ISD Education
Session chair: Michael Lang, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
Room 006, Ground floor
11:30-12:00 Udayangi Perera Muthupoltotage, Lesley Gardner:
Analysing the Relationships between Digital Literacy and Self-Regulated Learning of Undergraduates – A Preliminary Investigation (presentation)
12:00-12:30 Juan Miguel Sánchez Begines, Maria Jose Escalona, O Strutynska, M Umryk, Tomas Wojdynsky, Francisco Jose Dominguez Mayo:
The importance of user in ISD. Do we really teach?
12:30-13:00 Aleksandra Lazareva:
Facilitating Synchronous Collaborative Writing with a Collaboration Script
13:00-14:30 Lunch
Cafeteria, Ground floor
14:30-16:00 Session A1.2
T1: Information Systems Methodologies and Modelling (cont.)
Session chair: Chris Barry, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
Room 017, Ground floor
14:30-15:00 Javier Gutiérrez, Isabel Ramos, Manuel Mejias, Carlos Arévalo, David Lizcano:
Modelling Gherkin Scenarios Using UML
15:00-15:30 Mariusz Żytniewski
Business process oriented autopoietic knowledge management support system design
15:30-16:00 João Barata, Paulo Rupino da Cunha, Anand Gonnagar, Mateus Mendes:
A Systematic Approach to Design Product Traceability in Industry 4.0: Insights from the Ceramic Industry
14:30-16:00 Session B1.2
T2: Managing IS Developmen (cont.)
Session chair: Emilio Insfran, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
Room 018, Ground floor
14:30-15:00 Oscar González-Rojas, Juan E. Gómez-Morantes, Guillermo Beltrán:
Identifying Gaps on IT Governance Capabilities: Findings in the Logistics and Transportation Industry in Colombia
15:00-15:30 Rajip Thapa, Moshiur Bhuiyan, P.W.C Prasad, Aneesh Krishna:
Use of Radio Frequency Identification Technology in Reducing Overcrowding at Australian Emergency Departments
15:30-16:00 Van Dong Phung, Igor Hawryszkiewycz, Muhammad Binsawad:
Exploring How Environmental and Personal Factors Influence Knowledge Sharing Behaviour Leads to Innovative Work Behaviour in Vietnamese Higher Education Institutions
14:30-16:00 Session C1.2
T3: ISD Education (cont.)
Session chair: Irene Polycarpou, UCLan Cyprus, Cyprus
Room 006, Ground Floor
14:30-15:00 Sergio Caro-Alvaro, Eva Garcia-Lopez, Antonio Garcia-Cabot, Luis de-Marcos, Jose-Javier Martinez-Herraiz:
Development of a Social Gamified Platform for e-Learning
15:00-15:30 Oscar González-Rojas, Sebastian Lesmes:
GovernIT: A Software for Decision-making Support on Automated IT Governance Models
16:00-16:30 Coffee Break
Foyer area, Ground floor
16:30-17:30 Session A1.3
T1: Information Systems Methodologies and Modelling (cont.)
Session chair: Chris Barry, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
Room 07, Ground floor
16:30-17:00 Janet C Read, Alex Harding:
A Study into the Adoption of, and Enthusiasm for Agile Development Methodologies Within Further Education.
17:00-17:30 Emilio Insfran, Silvia Abrahão, Raphael Pereira de Oliveira, Fernando González-Ladrón-de-Guevara, Marta Fernández-Diego, Carlos Cano Genovés:
Specifying Value in GRL for Guiding BPMN Activities Prioritization
16:30-17:30 Session B1.3
T2: Managing IS Developmen (cont.)
Session chair: Henry Linger, Monash University, Australia
Room 018, Ground floor
16:30-17:00 Florina Covaci, Cristian Bologa, Gheorghe Cosmin Silaghi:
Expected Utility and Risk Management in Complex Projects
17:00-17:30 David Piedra, Steven Godoy, Pedro Tenezaca, Edisson Patino, Daniel Merchan, Priscila Cedillo:
Smart Irrigation System for Smart Farming
17:30-19:00 Welcome ceremony (Cocktail reception at the Garden)

DAY 2 | Thursday, September 7, 2017

(final)

DAY 2: Thursday, September 7, 2017
08:30-9:30 Registration Ground floor foyer
09:30-10:30 Keynote Address 2
Alexis Piperides, proto.io:
The importance of UX in a product’s success
Session chair: Nearchos Paspallis, UCLan Cyprus, Cyprus
Auditorium 1, Ground floor
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
Foyer area, Ground floor
11:00-12:30 Session A2.1
T1: Information Systems Methodologies and Modelling (cont.)
Session chair: Małgorzata Pańkowska, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
Room 017, Ground floor
11:00-11:30 Lorena Arcega, Jaime Font, Øystein Haugen, Carlos Cetina:
On the Influence of Modification Timespan Weightings in the Location of Bugs in Models
11:30-12:00 Eric Souza, Silvia Abrahão, Emilio Insfran, Ana Moreira, João Araújo:
Evaluating the efficacy of value-driven methods: a controlled experiment
12:00-12:30 Julio Sandobalin, Emilio Insfran, Silvia Abrahao:
End-to-End Automation in Cloud Infrastructure Provisioning
11:00-12:30 Session B2.1
T7: Cognitive Science
Session chair: Marios Raspopoulos, UCLan Cyprus, Cyprus
Room 018, Ground floor
11:00-11:30 Panayiotis Christodoulou, Andreas S. Andreou, Sotirios P. Chatzis:
A Variational Recurrent Neural Network for Session-Based Recommendations using Bayesian Personalized Ranking
11:30-12:00 Geir Thore Berge, Ole-Christoffer Granmo, Tor Oddbjørn Tveit:
Combining Unsupervised, Supervised, and Rule-based Algorithms for Text Mining of Electronic Health Records - a Clinical Decision Support System for Identifying and Classifying Allergies of Concern for Anesthesia During Surgery
12:00-12:30 Ashish Kumar Jha, Snehal Shah:
Influencing the Influencers: Analyzing Impact of Prior Review Sentiments on Product Reviews
11:00-12:30 Session C2.1
T6: Human Computer Interaction (HCI) in ISD
Session chair: Panayiotis Andreou, UCLan Cyprus, Cyprus
Room 006, Ground floor
11:00-11:30 José R. Hilera, Salvador Otón, Cristian F. Timbi-Sisalima, Juan Aguado-Delgado, Francisco J. Estrada, Héctor R. Amado-Salvatierra:
Combining multiple Web Accessibility Evaluation Reports using Semantic Web Technologies
11:30-12:00 Sergio Caro-Alvaro, Antonio Garcia-Cabot, Eva Garcia-Lopez, Luis de-Marcos, Jose-Maria Gutierrez-Martinez:
Mobile Instant Messaging Apps: Usability Evaluation on iOS and Android Platforms and Recommendations for Developers
12:00-12:30 John Sören Pettersson, Malin Wik, Henrik Andersson:
Wizards of Oz in the Evolving Map of Design Research – Trying to Frame GUI Interaction Interviews
12:30-14:00 Lunch
Cafeteria, Ground floor
14:00-15:30 Session A2.2
T1: Information Systems Methodologies and Modelling (cont.)
Session chair: Małgorzata Pańkowska, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
Room 017, Ground floor
14:00-14:30 Jorge Echeverría, Francisca Pérez, Carlos Cetina, Óscar Pastor:
Assessing the Performance of Automated Model Extraction Rules
14:30-15:00 Irena Holubova, Tomas Novella:
User-friendly and Extensible Web Data Extraction
15:00-15:30 Parisa Aasi, Lazar Rusu:
Facing The Digitalization Challenge: Why Organizational Culture Matters and How It Influences IT Governance Performance
14:00-15:30 Session B2.2
T7: Cognitive Science (cont.)
Session chair: Andreas Pamboris, UCLan Cyprus, Cyprus
Room 018, Ground floor
14:00-14:30 Luisa Parody, Ángel Jesús Varela-Vaca, María Teresa Gómez-López, Rafael M. Gasca:
FABIOLA: Defining the Components for Constraint Optimization Problems in Big Data Environment
14:30-15:00 Adrian Iftene:
Scalable system for opinion mining on Twitter data. Dynamic visualization for data related to refugees’ crisis and to terrorist attacks
15:00-15:30 Diana Trandabat:
Mining social media to extract structured knowledge through semantic roles
14:00-15:30 Session C2.2
T6: Human Computer Interaction (HCI) in ISD (cont.)
Session chair: Josephina Antoniou, UCLan Cyprus, Cyprus
Room 006, Ground floor
14:00-14:30 Navid Memar, Aneesh Krishna, David McMeekin, Tele Tan:
Gamification of Information System Testing - Design Consideration through focus group discussion
14:30-15:00 Wilson Valdez, Juan Marcelo Parra, Priscila Cedillo, Andrea Guevara, Jose Ortiz-Segarra:
Intelligent Pillbox: Evaluating the User Perceptions of Elderly People
15:00-15:30 Barnabé Faliu, Alena Siarheyeva:
Shaping the place - A digital design heuristics tool to support creation of urban design proposals by non-professionals
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
Foyer area, Ground floor
16:00-17:00 Session A2.3
T8: Security and Privacy in ISD
Session chair: Eliana Stavrou, UCLan Cyprus, Cyprus
Room 017, Ground floor
16:00-16:30 Lena Connolly, Michael Lang, Doug Tygar:
The Impact of Procedural Security Countermeasures on Employee Security Behaviour: A Qualitative Study
16:30-17:00 Lenuta Alboaie:
Towards a smart society through personal assistants employing executable choreographies
16:00-17:00 Session B2.3
T12: General topics in ISD
Session chair: Gavriel Panis, Cyta, Cyprus
Room 018, Ground floor
16:00-16:30 Ovidiu Noran, Peter Bernus:
Challenges in Implementing a Portable Patient Identification System for Ubiquitous Healthcare in Developing Countries
16:30-17:00 Bo Andersson:
Improving disease surveillance in Malawi – reflections on a mobile system field-test
17:15-night Social event (Guided Tour of Larnaca and a Traditional Dinner)
Bus leaves from UCLan Cyprus at 17:15

DAY 3 | Friday, September 8, 2017

(final)

DAY 3: Friday, September 8, 2017
08:30-9:30 Registration Ground floor foyer
09:30-10:30 Keynote Address 3
Loizos Michael, Open University Cyprus:
From Computing Machinery to Collaborative Assistants: The Next Generation of Information Systems
Session chair: Marios Raspopoulos, UCLan Cyprus, Cyprus
Auditorium 1, Ground floor
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
Foyer area, Ground floor
11:00-12:30 Session A3.1
T8: Security and Privacy in ISD (cont.)
Session chair: Eliana Stavrou, UCLan Cyprus, Cyprus
Room 017, Ground floor
11:00-11:30 Paul Tran-Van, Nicolas Anciaux, Philippe Pucheral:
SWYSWYK: a Privacy-by-Design Paradigm for Personal Information Management Systems
11:30-12:00 Farzaneh Karegar, Daniel Lindegren, John Sören Pettersson, Simone Fischer-Hübner:
Assessments of a Cloud-Based Data Wallet for Personal Identity Management
12:00-12:30 Eliana Stavrou, Nearchos Paspallis:
A classification platform for security protocols in WSNs
11:00-12:30 Session B3.1
T12: General topics in ISD (cont.)
Session chair: Michael Lang, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
Room 018, Ground floor
11:00-11:30 Peter Bellström:
What do page users ask about? A content analysis of page user posts on a local government Facebook page
11:30-12:00 Katrine Arenfeldt, Amalie Corty Dam, Kim Harder Fenger, Johan Silkjaer, Nikolaus Obwegeser:
Aligning drivers, contract, and management of IT-outsourcing relationships: a type-dependent model
12:00-12:30 Peter Danielsen, Kenneth Sandfeld Hansen, Mads Helt, Lasse Holm Nielsen, Nikolaus Obwegeser:
A process for selection and training of super-users for ERP implementation projects
12:30-13:00 ISD2018 Presentation
ISD2017 Closing
Auditorium 1, Ground floor
13:00-14:00 Lunch
Cafeteria, Ground floor
14:00- Optional activities (sightseeing)

Instructions for Presenters and Session chairs

  • The rooms used for the 3 parallel sessions are all equipped with computers running MS Windows 10 and MS Office and are connected to overhead projectors
  • You can choose to give your presentation using the existing computers (recommended) or connect your own computer (only VGA cables will be available)
  • The existing computers will be logged on to guest accounts, and connected to the Internet. Also, they are all connected to speakers in case you would like to show videos.
  • Your presentation should be limited to 20 minutes of talk, leaving 10 minutes for Q&A. Track chairs should ensure the sessions (including set-up time) do not overrun 30 minutes.

The conference will take place from 6th to 8th September 2017.
More information about the venue can be found here.

Keynotes Speakers

The good, the bad and the ugly of child computer interaction


Abstract

When children interact with computer technologies the technology and the interaction have an affect on the child. Unable to maturely determine what is good for them, children rely on adults to make the right choices in the design, procurement and circulation of computer technology products. The adult stakeholders in this chain of interventions each has a different motivation and, more tellingly, each has his or her own view on what is 'good' for the child.

In this interactive and engaging talk, Prof. Read will unpick how 'good for children' can be discussed, determined and deigned for in the world of interactive technology for children Drawing on research carried out over the last ten years on the design and evaluation of technologies for children, this talk will bring a new perspective to the development of children's technology products and, surprisingly perhaps, will also have the audience thinking about how and why technology is designed for other users.

Janet C Read

Janet C Read Prof. Read is a leading researcher in the field of child computer interaction where she is the co-author of one of the main academic texts and is the editor in chief of the International Journal of CCI. Despite only being in academia for the last fifteen years, Prof Read has examined over 20 PhD candidates across seven countries, has supervised eleven PhD students to completion and has over 200 peer reviewed articles.

Whilst having an interest in all things computational (her first degree was in Mathematics), and supervising students in forensic computing, educational pedagogy and serious games design, her main interest is in technologies for children where she is particularly interested in designing for teenagers, the evaluation of technologies for and with children, the applications of digital ink to learning environments and the study of ethical participatory design with children.

She has worked on funded projects with the BBC, with Lego and with Vision Objects and she has chaired conferences and workshops across the globe (including IDC2003, FNG2006, HCI2014, IDC2016).



The importance of UX in a product’s success


Abstract

There are numerous stories where companies built features/products only to find out that users didn’t find them useful, couldn’t easily use them or that they just didn’t like them. The user experience (UX) was not great and that drove users away.

Designing products having the user in mind is easier said than done. You might assume that you know (because e.g. you’ve been in the market for years) what users need, what they like, how they would behave, but in fact you don’t. In most cases your assumptions will be wrong. The only way to get that knowledge is from the users themselves: by asking, observing, testing, monitoring.

But it doesn’t end here. You have to act upon that knowledge and let it be reflected in your product's design decisions. You need to prototype solutions and test them to see if they meet your objectives. This iterative process is known as the Human-Centered Design process.

The talk will go through the importance of UX in a product’s success, the Human-Centered Design process and give real-life examples from Alexis' experience.

Alexis Piperides

Alexis Piperides - Proto.io Alexis is co-founder and CEO of Proto.io, the leading mobile app prototyping platform. Alexis is a UX design enthusiast and an advocate of new faster product lifecycles through prototyping and other innovative processes. He has been building software for the last 20 years and is involved in several UX design projects while acting as a product manager at Proto.io.













From Computing Machinery to Collaborative Assistants
The Next Generation of Information Systems


Abstract

A certain conceptual transition is currently taking place on the way we perceive and develop information systems. The prevalent metaphor of information systems as multi-purpose computing machinery that operates against an objective metric of correctness is giving way to a view of information systems as personal assistants that collaborate with their users to interactively tackle subjectively-evaluated tasks. Preprogrammed solutions that come equipped with strict design-time guarantees are being replaced by machine learning solutions that offer statistical run-time guarantees against their training material.

Despite the ongoing unprecedented impact of this new generation of information systems, our inability to understand how they reach their decisions — especially when deployed in critical situations, and more so when they, inevitably, happen to err — remains a major and growing concern, and keeps ordinary and expert users alike from fully embracing these systems in their new collaborative assistant role. The ongoing effort to design explainable and transparent systems seems to point back to the early years of Artificial Intelligence, and to the goal of understanding and replicating aspects of human intelligence, giving rise to systems that operate in a manner that is cognitively-compatible with humans.

This talk will present evidence from Cognitive Psychology and Artificial Intelligence that suggest that argumentation might be a key ingredient for developing cognitively-compatible collaborative systems: argumentation is inherent in the process of human reasoning, it plays a critical role in human-to-human communication, it is amenable to automated computation, and it offers a natural representation for knowledge that is either provided to a system by humans or is autonomously learned through training.

Loizos Michael

Loizos Michael Loizos Michael (http://cognition.ouc.ac.cy/loizos) is an Assistant Professor at Open University of Cyprus, where he founded and directs the Computational Cognition Lab. He was educated at University of Cyprus, graduating with a B.Sc. in Computer Science and a minor degree in Mathematics in 2002, and being awarded the Republic of Cyprus Presidential Award for Academic Performance. He continued his education at Harvard University, where he received an M.Sc. and a Ph.D. in Computer Science in 2008.

He has served as the PC chair of the 15th European Conference on Logics in Artificial Intelligence (JELIA), and is organizing the ongoing IJCAI workshop series on Cognitive Knowledge Acquisition (Cognitum), the upcoming workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Cognition (AIC), and the new workshop on Argument and Cognition. He is currently serving as the academic head of the M.Sc. Program in Cognitive Systems: Human-Computer Symbiosis (http://cogsys.ouc.ac.cy), offered jointly with the University of Cyprus.

His research focuses on the development of computational models for cognitive processes, with emphasis on the interaction between learning theory, logic-based knowledge representation, and commonsense reasoning and argumentation. He regularly publishes his work in top scientific journals and conferences, and presents it through tutorials, colloquium talks, and open-to- the-public events.

Social Events

Welcome Reception

  • Date: Wednesday, 06 September
  • Time: 17:30
  • Location: UCLan Cyprus - Venue

Welcome Reception is the first social gathering between all conference delegates and it will take place at the UCLan Cyprus - Venue. It will be a relaxing evening during which delegates will have the opportunity to talk to colleagues and peers, while enjoying local drinks and ample canapés.


Dinner

Cyprus Night with dinner and guided tour of Larnaca

  • Date: Thursday, 07 September
  • Departure Time: Buses leave conference area at 18:30
  • Location: Tour of Larnaca and Traditional Tavern located in Ayia Anna village

We will depart from the venue in air-conditioned coaches for a fascinating tour. Experienced professional guides will tell us about the history of Cyprus in general and Larnaca town in particular. We will visit Larnaca old town and we will finish our tour with a dinner at a traditional tavern located in Ayia Anna village. The dinner will consist of an array of traditional dishes complimented with local drinks and desserts. During the dinner we will enjoy an entertaining programme with live music and singing performed by a local band and traditional dances performed by a local dance group.


Dinner