Open Science Research Excellence

ICEEWT 2020 : International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Wearable Technology

Venice, Italy
June 22 - 23, 2020

Call for Papers

ICEEWT 2020 : International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Wearable Technology is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Electrical Engineering and Wearable Technology. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Wearable system design, wearable displays
  • Smart textile technologies, textile sensing and feedback
  • Wearable sensors, actuators, input and output devices
  • Hardware and software aspects of power management
  • Wearable sensor networks, on-body networks and support for interaction with other systems
  • Wearable apps delivered through smartphones
  • Smartphone technologies with a wearable impact
  • Extending smartphone hardware
  • Smartphone interaction, cooperative
  • Information processing, methods and tools
  • Adaptivity, personalization, customization and lifelong learning in activity recognition
  • Context-awareness through big data, web-mining and cloud computing
  • Data fusion, sensor synergies, advanced machine learning and reasoning for context awareness
  • Automating the design of activity recognition chains
  • Smart or automated data annotation techniques
  • Modeling, simulations, and tools supporting science
  • Formal evaluation of performance of wearable computer technologies
  • Interaction design, industrial design of wearable systems
  • User modeling, user evaluation, usability engineering, user experience design
  • Societal implications, health risk, environmental and privacy issues
  • Wearable technology for social-network computing, visualization and augmentation
  • Environmental sciences, urbanism, and architecture
  • Eyewear computing
  • Eye and wrist-wear sensors, actuator systems, impact studies
  • Eyewear computing for healthcare
  • Human factors issues with, and ergonomics of, eye-and wrist-worn systems