Track: ICT-support for organizations during emergencies and accidents
Track Organizer:
Mika Luimula (Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland)
Session 1: The role of Social media and ICT in emergency situations (Chrisna Ravyse, Edvantage Ltd.)
Session 2: Industry and demo session for applications in emergencies and accidents (Fahmi Bellalouna, Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences)
Session 3: Virtual Safety Training (Mika Luimula, Turku University of Applied Sciences)
Track: Analysing Human Cognition with AI
Track Organizer:
Lars Oestreicher (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Session 1: Impairments and Disabilities
Session 2: Controlling Artefacts
Session 3: Cognitive Processes
Track: The use of interactive technologies in maritime training
Session 1: Simulators, Emulators vs. Reality
Session 2: The Cognitive Ergonomics in Intelligent Support for Logistics
Session 3: Sailing robotships
Track: Linguistic and Behavioural Interaction Analysis in Empathic Systems
Track Organizers:
Anna Esposito (Università Vanvitelli/IIASS, Italy)
Antonietta M. Esposito (Osservatorio Vesuviano, Sezione di Napoli,Italy)
Maria Koutsombogera (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
Gennaro Cordasco (Università Vanvitelli/IIASS, Italy),
Mauro Maldonato (Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy)
Carl Vogel (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)

This track aims at gathering original works on communication, actions, perception and emotion from experimental and theoretical points of view. The ultimate goal of this research is to provide computational paradigms that may
implement culture-specific, trustful, credible, satisfactory and emotionally coloured human-machine interfaces and artificial agents.

The topics include, but are not limited to:

 Cross-cultural processing of social signals
 Linguistic and social interactional exchanges
 Social Robotics: analysis and applications
 Human behaviour: Analysis and understanding
 Linguistic sentiment analysis
 Changes in sentiment expressions
 Cognitive Economy
 Group behaviour, group cognition and cultural specificity
 Influence of context on perception, memory and decision making
 Cognitive systems for multimodal signal analysis
 Nonlinear processing of audio-video social signals
 Multimodal social signal processing
 Other…..

Track:  Digital transformation environment for education
Track Organizer: György Molnár (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
Track: CogInfoCom based LearnAbility
Track Organizer: Attila Kővári (University of Dunaújváros, Hungary)
Track: Virtual Reality
Track Organizers:
Ildikó Horváth (Széchenyi István University)
Anna Sudár (Széchenyi István University)
Session:  UX within CogInfoCom
Session Organizer: Károly Hercegfi (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
Session:  3D Digital Education
Session Organizer: Ildikó Horváth (Széchenyi István University, Hungary)
Session: Mathability
Session Organizers:
Attila Gilányi (University of Debrecen, Hungary)
Katarzyna Chmielewska (Kazimierz Wielki Universit, Poland)
Session: Multidisciplinar approach of CogInfoCom
Session Organizer:
Marianna Zichar (University of Debrecen, Hungary)
The main aim is to demonstrate the multidisciplinary characteristics of Cognitive Infocommunication.