• The 13th International ACM Conference on Management of Digital EcoSystems (MEDES'21) November 2021, Hammamet - Tunisia

  • Paper Submission Deadline: July 16th, 2021 (EXTENDED)

  • Author Notification: August 16th, 2021 (EXTENDED)

  • Hammamet, Tunisia

Keynote Speaker
University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy
Keynote Speaker
University of Malta, Malta
Keynote Speaker
Imperial College London, UK

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by Johann Gamper

University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy

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by Georgios N Yannakakis

University of Malta, Malta

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Georgios N. Yannakakis is a Professor and Director of the Institute of Digital Games, University of Malta, co-founder of modl.ai, and an Associate Professor at the Technical University of Crete. He does research at the crossroads of artificial intelligence, computational creativity, affective computing, advanced game technology, and human-computer interaction and he has published over 260 journal and conference papers in the aforementioned fields (h-index 53). His research has been supported by numerous national and European grants and has appeared in Science Magazine and New Scientist among other venues. He has been involved in a number of journal editorial boards and he is currently an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Games and the IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation journals (among others). Prof. Yannakakis has been the General Chair of key conferences in the area of game artificial intelligence (IEEE CIG 2010) and games research (FDG 2013, FDG 2020). He is the co-author of the Artificial Intelligence and Games textbook and the co-organiser of the Artificial Intelligence and Games summer school series.

Developing A Digital Platform for Remote Healthcare Monitoring

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by Payam Barnaghi

Imperial College London, UK

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Payam Barnaghi is Chair of Machine Intelligence Applied to Medicine in the Department of Brain Sciences at Imperial College London. He is Co-PI and Deputy Head of Care Research and Technology Centre at the UK Dementia Research Institute (UK DRI). His main research goal is to develop AI and machine learning solutions for healthcare and create affordable and scalable digital systems than can be applied across a range of health conditions. He works on machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), semantic computing, adaptive algorithms and computational neuroscience to solve problems and develop new technologies for the future healthcare systems.

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